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Autotheory as Feminist Practice in Art, Writing, and Criticism

Writer
Lauren Fournier
Date
2022
Publisher
MIT Press
Format
Monographs
ISBN
9780262544887
Length
320 pp
Genre
Feminist Theory, Theory
Description

In the 2010s, the term “autotheory” began to trend in literary spheres, where it was used to describe books in which memoir and autobiography fused with theory and philosophy. In this book, Lauren Fournier extends the meaning of the term, applying it to other disciplines and practices. Fournier provides a long-awaited account of autotheory, situating it as a mode of contemporary, post-1960s artistic practice that is indebted to feminist writing, art, and activism. Investigating a series of works by writers and artists including Chris Kraus and Adrian Piper, she considers the politics, aesthetics, and ethics of autotheory.

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