Kate Neave's Digital Exhibition Explores Performance Anxiety and "Glitch Feminism"
Featuring women and non-binary artists whose work reclaims the body and distorts tired narratives.
Curator Kate Neave just launched her latest digital exhibition, titled “Performance Anxiety,” featuring women and non-binary artists who seek to challenge traditional narratives and our perceptions and expectations of gender and race.
Split into two parts, the exhibition sees artists like Aun Helden, Ellie Pritts, Kika Nicolela and Saeko Ehara reclaiming the body through their own, distinctive works, in a bid to distort tired narratives and unwelcome stereotypes. Inspired by Legacy Russell’s Glitch Feminism book — supporting the power of technology in challenging outdated norms — the exhibition aims to spotlight groundbreaking pieces from rising digital artists.
A long-term ambassador of championing underrepresented artists, curator Kate Neave seeks to investigate how these artists are utilizing the digital realm in order to spark positive change, creating new and disruptive dialogues surrounding the body and its many forms.
Take a look at some of the works on show above, and access Part II of “Performance Anxiety” now.
In other art and design news, Misha Japanwala’s solo exhibition just opened in New York.