【CGS Open Lecture】The Ambiguity of Subversive Representation of "Reproduction" in Feminist ArtSaturday,September 18,2021
Center for Gender Studies will host an online public lecture by an emerging scholar, Fumina Hamasaki.
In this lecture, the audience will enjoy her interdisciplinary approaches to feminist visual art practices in the 1960s-1970s.
◆Lecture Title: The Ambiguity of Subversive Representation of "Reproduction" in Feminist Art
◆Date: 2021/10/1(Fri) 17:00-19:30
◆Venue: This event will be held online. Please register in advance.
◆Lecturer: Fumina Hamasaki (Ph.D., University Lecturer)
◆Language: This event will be held in Japanese without translation
Fumina Hamasaki, Ph.D. , University Lecturer
Fumina Hamasaki's research interest lies in the field of feminist thoughts, philosophy, literature, and visual arts. With a focus on such ideas as "Animals", "Women", "Consumption", "(Re)production", "Subject", her research considers politics of representation, its subversive possibilities, and its limits.
The ambiguity of Subversive Representation of "Reproduction" in Feminist Art
There is a trend in the feminist art movement after the 1960s where the artists try to subvert the meaning of "reproduction" under patriarchy. By introducing strategies of representation applied by feminist artists such as parodying, this lecture considers the ambiguity of subversive possibilities of such artistic works.
Shunichiro Oka（Center for Gender Studies, RIA, p00