Feminism was an infant movement in 1971 and it’s members had a lot to be indignant about. Before the social revolution of the late 60s, any woman who didn’t care for the idea of having a litter of kids, then spending the rest of her life as a cook, nanny, dishwasher and a not so happy homemaker was considered “neurotic”, “socially dysfunctional”, “unbalanced”, or worse. That was just one issue. Being trapped in a crappy, low paying job within a culture of pervasive sexual harassment were some others
In this Discussion, you will select a Feminist artist who does work that you find powerful and interesting. You will then post a 500-750 word analysis of one of her works. If, during your exploration, you discover a different Feminist artist whose work you would rather write about, you may do so.
Briefly summarize the key ideas in the work of your selected artist. What is she saying through her work?
How does the artist convey her content through her art? Consider her medium and approach.
Did this art work make a difference to you, or to your way of thinking about feminist issues, beyond mere amusement or decoration? Why or why not?
Your post must be between 500 and 750 words.
Please do not select images of nudity that might be considered too graphic.