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Subjective VA Q, Judy Chicago

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This is an essay that is answering a HSC question on the subjective frame. It uses Judy chicago as the main analysis,

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Visual arts Feminism Arts Feminist theory Contemporary art Feminist art Hildegard of Bingen Judy Chicago
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Visual arts Feminism Arts Feminist theory Contemporary art Feminist art Hildegard of Bingen Judy Chicago
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As a result, she was able to strengthen her personal message and celebrate women collectively which in effect, deeply and emotionally Impacted on the female community. To create a feminist art piece, Chicago has utilised creative means in order to interpret the significance of mythical and significant women in history. Her meaning was interpreted further, because of the 1970’s movement which she referenced and drew upon in her works, adding to its impact. Judy Chicago’s plate setting in Wing I section named “Kali”(1979) depicts the Hindi Mother Goddess known for opposing forces of destruction and death along concepts of creation and salvation. She is able to communicate the notion of women power amongst females through her active creativity of symbolism a...
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