Collaborations

Exquisite Corpse

Exquisite Corpse drawing by (L to R) Ryan Griffis, Hyla Willis, and Christiane Leach for the "Surrealism and War" exhibition at the National Veterans Art Museum, 2014.

Equisite Corpse detail

Middle panel of Exquisite Corpse drawing honoring John Horse by Hyla Willis, for the "Surrealism and War" exhibition at the National Veterans Art Museum, 2014.

Propositions and Undoings

subRosa combined notes, drawings, materials, and objects that reflect some of our own and others' meanderings and serious study in scientific, social and artistic pursuits. Pittsburgh Biennial, Regina Gouger Miller Gallery, 2011. (photo by Tom Little…

Propositions and Undoings

Gallery visitors are invited to sit at the different tables, alone or with another person, to think and talk about the themes, histories, and ideas embedded in each setting—and to share their responses in the space. subRosa: Pittsburgh Biennial, Re…

Propositions and Undoings

This project by subRosa initiates a collective inquiry about how feminist knowledge sharing might inform "bench-side" approaches to scientific method and science pedagogy. Pittsburgh Biennial, Regina Gouger Miller Gallery, 2011. (photo by Tom Little)

Propositions and Undoings

This project by subRosa initiates a collective inquiry about how feminist knowledge sharing might inform "bench-side" approaches to scientific method and science pedagogy. Pittsburgh Biennial, Regina Gouger Miller Gallery, 2011. (photo by Tom Little)

Out-Rage-Us-Joy

subRosa's project for “The Way That We Rhyme: Women, Art and Politics.” Participants were invited to write shout-outs to inspirational figures, and decorate paper “Cones of Respect” that were then pinned on a ‘pier post,’ or communication…

Out-Rage-Us-Joy

subRosa's project for "The Way That We Rhyme." A poetic, performative installation, commissioned for an intergenerational feminist exhibition. Performers rode on two ‘rafts’ made from discarded tires, painted canvas, and reclaimed billboard mate…

Propositions and Undoings

This project by subRosa initiates a collective inquiry about how feminist knowledge sharing might inform "bench-side" approaches to scientific method and science pedagogy. Pittsburgh Biennial, Regina Gouger Miller Gallery, 2011. (photo by Tom Little)

Can You See Us Now?

The audience could investigate the connections between the large aerial maps, objects beneath the floor, and an interpretive text distributed in the space. Another wall displayed five posters by Mexican artist/designer teams expressing concern and ou…

Can You See Us Now?

Created specifically for "The Interventionists: Art in the Social Sphere," subRosa mapped the intersections of women’s material and affective labor in North Adams, MA, and Ciudad Juárez, Mexico after discovering that the museum itself was a former…

Transfer Points

"Transfer Points," 2009 collaboration with Jen Morris.

U-Gen-A-Chix

After taste-testing the GMO biscuits, participants give live video interviews to subRosa, offering their opinions about the widespread use of GMOs, and related biological and social eugenic tendencies. (Note: This performance has been re-staged under…

U-Gen-A-Chix

Originally staged inside the student center at a large US public university, subRosa's "U-Gen-A-Chix" engaged students directly in an experience designed to stimulate critical conversations about eugenics as it relates to contemporary genetic enginee…

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