“It started with the rageful smashing of a Trump piñata on election night,” says artist and co-curator Kristin Barendsen about Freeform Art Space’s new show “The Feral Howl: A Feminist Response to Our Time.”
“We made art from the wreckage and our bodies, which felt more vulnerable to predation than ever but also filled with the power of sacred anger.”
“The Feral Howl: A Feminist Response to Our Time” is an exhibition that addresses the current administration’s recent assaults on the bodies of women and femmes, on the environment and on the rights of people of color.
Paintings, drawings, sculptures, photographs, video and installations by a dozen women and non-binary artists are featured during the show, which opens on January 12 at Freeform Art Space. [Read More…]