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"Greener Pastures" combines kitsch, objects of consumerism, and queerness to position performance and media artist, Liss LaFleur, as a cowgirl on a new frontier. Included in this exhibition are five new performances captured in photography and video, along with leather, aluminum, glass and neon sculptures.

LaFleur's work often originates with the artist creating extensions of the body as props for performances to exploit how history, language, and expectations work to etch identity into (or out of) one's existence. For "Greener Pastures," LaFleur confronts the biological, historical, and political ideologies of the cowgirl to outline a new conceptual territory surrounding sensuality, the feminist body, and the South.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through April 15.

"Greener Pastures" combines kitsch, objects of consumerism, and queerness to position performance and media artist, Liss LaFleur, as a cowgirl on a new frontier. Included in this exhibition are five new performances captured in photography and video, along with leather, aluminum, glass and neon sculptures.

LaFleur's work often originates with the artist creating extensions of the body as props for performances to exploit how history, language, and expectations work to etch identity into (or out of) one's existence. For "Greener Pastures," LaFleur confronts the biological, historical, and political ideologies of the cowgirl to outline a new conceptual territory surrounding sensuality, the feminist body, and the South.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through April 15.

"Greener Pastures" combines kitsch, objects of consumerism, and queerness to position performance and media artist, Liss LaFleur, as a cowgirl on a new frontier. Included in this exhibition are five new performances captured in photography and video, along with leather, aluminum, glass and neon sculptures.

LaFleur's work often originates with the artist creating extensions of the body as props for performances to exploit how history, language, and expectations work to etch identity into (or out of) one's existence. For "Greener Pastures," LaFleur confronts the biological, historical, and political ideologies of the cowgirl to outline a new conceptual territory surrounding sensuality, the feminist body, and the South.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through April 15.

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WHERE

Women and Their Work
1710 Lavaca St.
Austin, TX 78701
http://www.womenandtheirwork.org/upcoming_events.html?itemid=1467

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