On November 8th and 9th, the Graduate Center Art History Ph.D. candidate Gillian Sneed and Madeline Murphy Turner (Ph.D. Candidate, The Institute of Fine Arts, NYU) co-organized the panel “Latin American Women Artists and the Auto-archive c.1970-1985” at the International art and Architecture conference, Rethinking the Past: Memory/Archive/Document held at the Museu Calouste Gulbenkian in Lisbon!
Along with Giulia Lamoni (Instituto de História da Arte / FCSH – Universidade Nova de Lisboa), they also presented papers on the panel. Sneed’s paper was titled ““Regina Vater’s Fear (1975): Brazilian Video Performance as Gendered Auto-Archive”; Lamoni’s paper was titled “Alicia Barney’s ‘Diario Objecto’”; and Murphy Turner’s paper was titled “From the Kitchen to the Clothesline: Women Artists in Mexico and the Expanded Archive”. Cristiana Tejo (Instituto de História da Arte / FCSH – Universidade Nova de Lisboa) moderated the panel.
[pictured: Gillian Sneed, Cristiana Tejo, Giulia Lamoni, Madeline Murphy Turner, photos curtosey Gillian Sneed]