CMU’s Miller Gallery looks at hacking, modding and remixing as feminist protest.
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Spanning 1978 to the present day, works represent a wide range of media and techniques, including video art, performance, sculpture, gaming, photography, and more. A thread connecting all of the works is a focus on how artists working at the intersection of art and technology are disrupting established beliefs and practices in tech fields and popular culture, and how artwork made by women can powerfully and effectively represent people and issues that are often marginalized, ignored and dismissed.

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