Stall Talk, 2011
From its conception, Stall Talk was a collaborative project. To begin, the members of the group exhibition, Womynhouse, were gathered together for a recorded discussion about contemporary issues surrounding gender and identity. Participants filled out a questionnaire in order to get them thinking about how gender affects their relationships both on a personal and social level. Exhibition-goers were invited to listen and join in the conversation further layering the collage of personal experiences, stories, and interactions.
Stall Talk was created for the group exhibition, Womynhouse, at Loyola Marymount University. The exhibition was inspired by Judy Chicago's and Miriam Shapiro's ground-breaking, 1972 Womanhouse and Feminist Art Program at California Institute of the Arts.