[NetBehaviour] The Body Politic of subRosa

netbehaviour netbehaviour at furtherfield.org
Wed Oct 9 16:17:19 CEST 2013


The Body Politic of subRosa.

Rachel Falconer writes about the cyberfeminist art collective subRosa, a 
group using science, technology, and social activism to explore and 
critique the political traction of information and bio technologies on 
women’s bodies, lives and work.

Following a recent interview with the founding members of the 
collective, Hyla Willis and Faith Wilding, this article presents 
subRosa's trans-disciplinary, performative practice and questions what 
it means to claim a feminist position in the mutating economies of 
biotechnology and techno-science.

http://www.furtherfield.org/features/articles/body-politic-subrosa

More about subRosa & Rachel Falconer

subRosa has performed, exhibited, lectured and published in the USA, 
Spain, Britain, Holland, Germany, Croatia, Macedonia, Mexico, Canada, 
Slovenia, and Singapore, and has received many commissions for its work 
as well as funding from the Creative Capital Foundation, Pennsylvania 
Council on the Arts, and the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie 
Mellon. Many of subRosa’s publications can be downloaded freely at 
http://home.refugia.net.

Rachel Falconer is a curator, writer and producer working at the 
intersections of technology, the media and contemporary art. She is 
currently Co-Editor at Furtherfield and a founding member of the 
collective Hardcore Software. She holds a BA in Industrial Design from 
UCL and Il Politecnico di Milano and an MA in Curating Contemporary Art 
from the Royal College of Art. http://www.rachelfalconer.com



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