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Tamsyn Challenger in conversation with Fran Cottell and Rebecca Fortnum

How far do contemporary women artists identify with feminism?

Rebecca Fortnum is an artist and Reader in Fine Art at University of the Arts London and author of Contemporary British Women Artists: In Their Own Words, I B Tauris & Co Ltd, 2007. Fran Cottell is an artist whose work has been associated with the women’s movement since the 1970’s. Her e-book, House: from Display to Back to Front is available from www.ktpress.co.uk.

This event accompanies the Beaconsfield exhibition Tamsyn Challenger: Monoculture (20 February – 13 April 2013)

Themes of habitual performance, viral infiltration and feminine identity link earlier forms of human control by pseudo-sexual torture with cultural homogenisation on a global scale.

Monoculture premiers new works developed by Tamsyn Challenger during the artist’s residency with Beaconsfield since June 2012.



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Date and Time:

23 March 2013 at 3:00 pm


1 hour



22 Newport Street
SE11 6AY
020 7582 6465

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