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Feminist Art Topics
Artworks on 30 Topics

30. Memorials/Monuments

29. Questioning Nationalism

28. Relationships/Between You and Me

27. Confronting Racism

26. War/Conflict

25. Migration

24. Maps, Borders and Cultural geography

23. Land/Landscape

22. Ecology/Ecofeminism

21. Rooms

20. A House

19. Rape/Violence against women

18. Images of/about women from history

17. Women at Work

16. Cleaning/Maintenance Work

15. Food/Cooking

14. Artists' Parents/Grandparents

13. Marriage/Weddings

12. Masquerade/Mask

11. Mannequin/Puppet/Automaton/Cyborg

10. A/The Dress

9. Nude/Naked

8. Ecstatic Bodies

7. Old Age

6. Motherhood/Mothers/Child-rearing

5. Conception/Pregnancy/Childbirth

4. Menstruation/Abortion

3. Girls

2. Images of the phallus

1. Core imagery, vaginas and vulvas

Artworks by women artists on 30 topics
related to Feminism and Contemporary Art

Introduction

About this topic: Rooms

The works all feature, explore or create rooms. These rooms form the work or are central to the subject of the artworks. Many are temporary constructions or installations, some are built as complex interactive environments. Ilya Kabakov's concept of a "total installation" was inspired by Irina Nakhova's project.

  1. Carolee Schneemann (USA) Eye/body: 36 Transformative Actions for Camera (1963) loft environment, built in New York, photographed performance actions      


  2. Marta Minujin (Argentina) La Menesunda (1965) built gallery environment, audience interaction recorded on 16 mm Film, digitalised  8.09 min     


  3. Yayoi Kusama (Japan) Kusama's Peep Show or Endless Love Show (1966) Mirrors, coloured lights 210 x 240 x 205 cm     


  4.  Gego (Venezuela) Reticulárea (ambientación) (1969) Installation at Museo de Bellas Artes, Caracas      


  5. Dorothea Tanning (France) Chambre 202: Hotel du Parot (1970) Bois, tissus, laine, papier peint, tapis, ampoule électrique 340,5 x 310 x 470 cm  Centre Pompidou AM-1977-204  


  6. Anna Sjodahl (Sweden) Var Dags liv: Mitt alternativ / Everyday Life: My Alternative (1973) installation with paintings and objects from the artists home, Konstframjandet, Stockholm   Moderna Museet  


  7. Francesca Woodman (USA) Untitled: Providence, Rhode Island (1975 - 1976) series of photos      


  8. Rejsning Gruppe (Denmark) Kvindendstillingen XX pa Charlottenberg (1975) collaborative installation of rooms transforming one floor of exhibition       Read about this in Monika Kaiser Neubesetzungen des Kunst-Raumes


  9. Lydia Schrouten (The Netherlands) Kooi / Cage (1978) performance, 30 mins inside cage of 2x2x2m with built in watercolour pencils, performed 3 times in Holland and France      


  10. Amalia Mesa-Bains (with Lomas Garga) (USA) Frida Kahlo Altar (1979) altar and mixed media installation, Galeria de la Raza, San Francisco      


  11. Sophie Calle (France) L'Hotel (1981) 7 Epreuves chromogènes contrecollées sur papier et texte, 7 épreuves gélatino-argentiques contrecollées sur papier, 1 texte   Centre Pompidou AM 2000-9 (1-8)  


  12. Vera Frenkel (Canada) The Secret Life of Cornelia Lumsden: a Remarkable Story (reconstruction of Her Room in Paris) (1981) video installation in which author plays 4 different roles, reconstruction of room      


  13. Ingrid Ernst (Germany) Jede Frau tragt ein Zimmer (1982) performance production, Unbeachtete Produktionsformen, Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, recorded on Super 8   Film Portal Germany  


  14. Irina Nakhova (Russia, USA) Rooms (1983 - 1987) installations using paper, paint and collage, the first "total installations" in Russia      


  15. Helen Chadwick (UK) Ego Geometria Sum (1984) installation, 10 objects, 10 photos presented at Aspex Gallery, Plymouth      


  16. Miriam Cahn (Germany) Frauen, FrauenRaume, Etat de Guerre, Das Wilde lieben (1984) room installation of paintings, Galerie Stampa Basel      


  17. Hannah O'Shea (UK) Hannah's at Home (1985) performance using contents of artists' home displaced to gallery      


  18. Louise Bourgeois (USA) Cell (Eyes and Mirrors) (1989 - 1993) sculpture, steel, limestone and glass   Tate Collection  


  19. Lynn Hershmann, Sara Roberts (USA) Room of One's Own (1990 - 1993) interactive installation      


  20. Cornelia Parker (UK) Cold Dark Matter: An Exploded View (1991) Wood, metal, plastic, ceramic, paper, textile and wire 4 x 5 x 5 m  Tate Collection  


  21. Ana Viera (Portugal) Environment (1992) installation, print on veils/fabric      


  22. Alison Marchant (UK) Living Room (1994) bookwork/artwork about 2 major housing initiatives comprising oral histories and photos (book: London: Working Press, 1997)      


  23. Pipilotti Rist (Switzerland) Das Zimmer/ The Room (1994) video installation       


  24. Maureen Connor (USA) Love (at first) Site (Balcony, Bachelors Pad, Bedroom) (1997 - 1998) 3 installations, with built and projected elements triggered by sensors, installed for All You Need is Love (Laznia, Gdansk, 2000)      


  25. Rosemarie Trockel (Germany) Sleeping Pill  (1999) installation,German Pavilion, Venice Biennale      


  26. Monica Bonvicini (Italyu) I Believe in the Skin of Things as in That of Woman (1999) installation, drywall panels, aluminium studs, wood panels , graphite      


  27. Priscilla Monge (Costa Rica) Cuarto de Aislamiento y proteccion: Room for Isolation and Restraint (2000) installation with sanitary napkins, 49th Venice Biennale, 201      


  28. Chiharu Shiota (Japan) During Sleep (2000) installation, string and beds, with artist sleeping, Kunstraum Maximilianstrasse, Stadtforum München      


  29. Koo Jeong-A (Korea) Untitled  (2001) Medium, néon, plastique, papier, métal   Centre Pompidou AM 2002-288  


  30. Simryn Gill (Singapore, Australia) Dalam (series) (2001) 258 chromogenic prints 23.5 x 23.5 cm     


  31. Rita Duffy (UK) Veil (2001) installation, lights, pigment, salt and glass, 6 metal doors from Armagh Women's Prison 183 x 91 cm     


  32. Cristina Iglesias (Spain) Untitled (Passage II) (2002)    Centre Pompidou AM 2004-182  


  33. Karen Knorr (UK) Fables  (2003 - 2008) Lamda C type Fuji Crystal Archive Paper 122 x 152 cm     


  34. Monika Sosnowska (Poland) Corridor (2003) installation, Istanbul Biennale, 2003      


  35. Mariko Mori (Japan) Wave UFO (2003) Aluminum, magnesium, carbon fiber, Technogel, and fiberglass,  16 x 37 x 17 ft     


  36. Sheela Gowda (India) Darkroom (2006) Shanty fort constructed of metal tar drums from construction sites      


  37. Kim Soo-ja (Korea) Mirror Room (2011) Venice Biennale, Korean pavillion      


  38. Liina Siib (Estonia) A Woman Takes a Little Space (2011) installation, Estonian Pavilion, Venice