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Chitra Ganesh, "Combing Hair on Balcony," courtesy of the artist.
Lizzie Borden, "Born in Flames," film still, courtesy of the artist.
Rose B. Simpson, "The Remembering," 2020, ceramic, metal, wood sticks and leather, courtesy of Rennie Collection.
Tourmaline, "Coral Hairstreak," 2020, courtesy of the artist.
Sin Wai Kin (fka Victoria Sin), "Today's Top Stories," 2020, video still, courtesy of the artist.
Chitra Ganesh, "Combing Hair on Balcony," courtesy of the artist.
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World-Makers and Feminist Futures at the Bronx Museum of Arts

By Eunice Chan

April 26, 2021

In celebration of its 50th anniversary, the Bronx Museum of Arts presents “Born in Flames: Feminist Futures,” curated by Jasmine Wahi, Holly Block Curator of Social Justice. From April 28 to September 12, this group exhibition of work by 14 femme-identified and non-binary artists discusses current oppression and ways to create a just and equal environment in the future.

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Lizzie Borden, "Born in Flames," film still, courtesy of the artist.

“What can the future hold if our present is part of a long-standing cycle of capitalist values?” The focus of the exhibition is drawn from Lizzie Borden's 1983 feminist film of the same title. Featured artists question capitalism and patriarchy through depicting their vision of the future.

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Chitra Ganesh, "Combing Hair on Balcony," courtesy of the artist.

Participating artists include Caitlin Cherry, Chitra Ganesh, Clarissa Tossin, Huma Bhaba, Firelei Báez, Lizzie Borden, María Berrío, Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum, Rose B. Simpson, Sin Wai Kin (fka Victoria Sin), Saya Woolfalk, Shoshanna Weinberger, Tourmaline, and Wangechi Mutu.

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Rose B. Simpson, "The Remembering," 2020, ceramic, metal, wood sticks and leather, courtesy of Rennie Collection.

“All of these artists are world-makers, and we’re getting to experience pieces of their worlds,” said Wahi.

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Tourmaline, "Coral Hairstreak," 2020, courtesy of the artist.

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Sin Wai Kin (fka Victoria Sin), "Today's Top Stories," 2020, video still, courtesy of the artist.
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