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Art Labor, Sex PoliticsFeminist Effects in 1970s British Art and Performance$
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Siona Wilson

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780816685738

Published to Minnesota Scholarship Online: January 2016

DOI: 10.5749/minnesota/9780816685738.001.0001

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The Spectator as Reproducer

The Spectator as Reproducer

Mary Kelly’s Early Films

(p.53) 2 The Spectator as Reproducer
Art Labor, Sex Politics

Siona Wilson

University of Minnesota Press

In an analysis of Mary Kelly’s early works in film, performance, and photography, Chapter Two traces the links between feminist labor activism and Kelly’s emerging commitment to psychoanalysis. I analyze her political aesthetic in relation to Andy Warhol’s Factory and Laura Mulvey’s important feminist polemic on cinema.

Keywords:   Feminism, feminist art, avant-garde, conceptual art, photography, film, performance, collectivity, sexuality

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