Carolee Schneemann, born in 1939 in Pennsylvania, is a multidisciplinary artist known for her works that explore discourses surrounding the body, sexuality, and gender. Schneemann's practice has encompassed painting, photography, performance, and installation.
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In 1975, a beautiful, naked 36-year-old woman stood in front of 300 people and extracted a scroll from her vagina. She read it aloud slowly, unfurling it into a long, thin tendril of paper. The text w
My introduction to the work of Carolee Schneemann was an ironic rehash of her iconic 1975 work Interior Scroll. It came in a Ms. Lower East Side contest in the early nineties, an era in which I was
Pioneering American artist, feminist, and filmmaker Carolee Schneemann, known for her multidisciplinary practice that spans more than six decades, has died. She was seventy-nine years old.
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