Talks Back is a screening program and an extension of HACKING / MODDING / REMIXING as Feminist Protest, the current exhibition at Carnegie Mellon University’s Miller Gallery, of interventions and provocations on pop culture by women in technology from 1978 to present.
The Screening Program includes video works by women artists who, like Andy Warhol himself, have opted to move away from the limitations of gallery contexts and art world audiences and put themselves in conversation with television and cinema (and their audiences). Inspired by the possibilities offered by public access television in so-called low culture, these artists bring new meaning to films and television programming by inserting themselves into existing media narratives.
Talks Back: A Screening Program will be held on Friday, February 10 at 7:00 pm at The Andy Warhol Museum. A Q+A and post-screening panel will feature Angela Washko, Suzie Silver, Ann Hirsch and Rachel Rampleman. For more information, visit the Talks Back event page.