New Geographies of Feminist Art: China, Asia, and the World

Artists’ Roundtable: Sites

Navjot, Lacuna in Testimony, 2003, 3-channel video installation with 72 mirror pieces, 7.26 minutes, color, sound, loop, 7 x 27 feet.


One of the hallmarks of feminist art production has been its critique of institutional hierarchies—from those of the home and factory to those of the market and museum—by creating alternative environments through site-specific work located outside of traditional art spaces. This roundtable features a moderated discussion among well-established feminist artists who work in site-specific, environmental, and collaborative modes. It asks how they engage physical, social, or historical sites, and how their work is received when exhibited in Asia and the West.

Wu Mali
Kaohsiung Normal University

Hung Liu
Mills College

Mumbai and Bastar

Mary-Ann Milford-Lutzker
Mills College

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