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Laurie Simmons has sometimes been cast as a "reluctant feminist." In this conversation, the artist brings together a panel of next-generation thinkers to consider the tension between personal politics and the making of feminist art in a moment when gender is increasingly deconstructed. They also address how the feminist reading of her work by younger artists has changed her own perspective and her work.
Image: Laurie Simmons, Tourism: Parthenon/First View, 1984 Photo: courtesy the artist and Salon 94 © Laurie Simmons.