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Participatory Art: Suzanne Lacy

In this video, learn about artist Suzanne Lacy and how she creates public actions and live community participatory performances.

Suzanne Lacy creates public actions and live community participatory performance that call out political and legal systems for overlooking and obstructing women’s health, safety and voices.

She’s an artist who frequently works collaboratively with other artists and select communities in the creation of participatory actions, installations, performances and exhibitions.

To learn more, view her website, her performance installation In Mourning and in Rage 1977 performed at City Hall, Los Angeles, CA, or her public performance, sound recordings, and photographic installation Anyang Women’s Agenda 2010.

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