PUBLICATIONS & EVENTSCrystal Palace Film Fest screening & Liena Vayzman curator lecture State University of New York - WCC Center for Digital Arts 10.22.13"The Self-Portraits of Claude Cahun: Transgression, Self-Representation, and Avant-Garde Photography, 1917-1947"
by Liena Vayzman, Yale University, PhD Dissertation, Free full text dowload
+ Abstract"Photographing the Invisible: LaToya Ruby Frazier at the Brooklyn Museum" Daily Serving 07.13 "Art as Response to Attacks on LGBT Rights in Russia on the Eve of the Sochi Olympics" Huffington Post 9.28.13Farm Fresh Art: Food, Art, Politics, and the Blossoming of Social PracticeArt Practical (SF)
Reprinted in Proximity Magazine (Chicago) "I'd Rather Be Here Now: The Performative Verb of Painting. Interview with Anoka Faruqee" X-TRA Contemporary Art Quarterly (Los Angeles)Crystal Palace: 1st ArtSpace Experimental Film and Video Festival
curated by Liena Vayzman 2012 Info..
+ Blog Women and the Politics of Representation Panel
Yale Club of New York*LinkMaterial Cultures in the Space Between, 1914-1945, Brown University, 06.14.2012 - 06.16.201214th Annual Conference of the Space Between Society: Culture and Literature Between WWI and WWII
Liena Vayzman, Claude Cahun and Marcel Moores Photographs, Channel Islands, c. 1938-39: Translocation, Collaborative Authorship, and the Material Limits of Photography. Panel on Photography and the 1930s Photographic Memory Workshop at Yale, 12.07.2011
"Claude Cahun and Marcel Moores Photographs in the Channel Islands: Liminal Geography, Political Resistance and the Limits of Queer Self-Exposure"
* "Women and the Politics of Representation" panel Yale Law School, 11.8.2011
Liena Vayzman, "Yale's First Women PhDs, 1894: Photographic Traces and Recovered Histories of Pioneering Scholars and Scientists." With Carol Armstrong and Judith Resnik, discussants: Linda Greenhouse and Laura Wexler, intro: Priyamvada Natarajan.Climate Curators'NightLight Flickr SlideshowMaria the Korean Bride @ ATA
curated by Liena Vayzman YouTube video
* Lemon Tree Project in Time (Lapse)
at Krowswork Gallery
Oakland CA, 2010. SF Chronicle:"Don't Miss"
this Muybridge-inspired show. Understanding Sustainability: Perspectives from the Humanities 2nd International Conference
at Portland State University,
May 20-23, 2010
*College Art Association conference, Chicago, Feb. 13, 2010
"Food as Art as Sustainability Activism: The Politics of Agriculture and Food Systems in 21st Century Art Practices" in the session "Artist Citizen: Catalysts, Collectives, Utopias"