Momentum: Women/Art/Technology is an exploration into the intersection of technology, art practice and feminism. It presents innovative uses of technology utilized and advanced by women and transgender artists through exhibitions, symposia, film screenings, and public discussions. Since 2011, Momentum artists have challenged gender-biased notions of who employs technology, and showcased women artists’ sustained ability to break new ground in uncharted artistic realms.
The Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series (DWAS), founded by Joan Snyder and established at the Mabel Smith Douglass Library in 1971, is the oldest continuous running exhibition space in the United States that is dedicated to the work of emerging and established contemporary women artists being made visible to the general public.
Courtesy of the artist and Momentum: Women/Art/Technology, photo by Grimanesa Amorós Studio
Media: LEDs, diffusion material, custom lighting sequence, electrical hardware
Dimensions: 9 ft 7 in x 9 ft 6 in x 1 ft
Single channel video animation 4 min 40 sec
Music by: Ivri Lider – The Young Professionals