Where the Future Came From: A Collective Research Project on the Integral Role of Feminism in Chicago's Artist-Run Culture From the Late-Nineteenth Century To the Present

Where the Future Came From: A Collective Research Project on the Integral Role of Feminism in Chicago's Artist-Run Culture From the Late-Nineteenth Century To the Present

Regular price
Not Yet Available
Sale price
$25.00
Unit price
per 

Edited by Meg Duguid

Where the Future Came From explores Chicago’s artist-run culture by focusing on the work of women and women-identified makers from the late-nineteenth century to the present. Documenting a 2018-2019 participatory exhibition and related programming at Columbia College Chicago, this book catalogs over 50 alternative spaces and projects spanning 140 years and shares presentations and essays by 30 artists, organizers, curators, and historians that offer personal as well as scholarly accounts of feminist cultural work, much of which has not been chronicled before.

With contributions by TJ Boisseau, Estelle Carol, Daisy Yessenia Zamora Centeno, Carol Crandall, Mary Ellen Croteau, Jory Drew, Meg Duguid, Courtney Fink, Luz Magdaleno Flores, Jeffreen M Hayes, Tempestt Hazel, Joanna Gardner-Huggett, Sam Kirk, Rana Liu, Sharmili Majmudar, Nicole Marroquin, Meida McNeal, Beate Minkovski, Lani Montreal, Neysa Page-Lieberman, Melissa Potter, Amina Ross, Jennifer Scott, Kate Sierzputowski, Jennifer Sova, Gloria Talamantes, Kate Hadley Toftness, Arlene Turner-Crawford, and Lynne Warren