HOWW to BEHAAYV by Johanna Winters
Exhibition Runs: March 27 – May 9, 2021
Save the Date: On Zoom May 4th at 6pm join us for a Conversation between artist Johanna Winters and curator Nicole Soukup CLICK HERE TO JOIN THE CONVERSATION ON TUESDAY MAY 4th at 6pm.
Johanna Winters is exploring “HOWW to BEHAAYV” in her new multi-media installation, that includes video, puppetry and sculpture. The aging female experience is an unheard account, particularly between the years marked by the gradual expiration of a woman’s biological relevance. Winters’ work is a dispatch of the anxieties she shares with women about the shame, disappointment, and pleasure of aging. It is a confrontation of the social conditioning that perpetuates the repression of female pleasure.
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