Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art: Feminist Art Base: Carrie Moyer

Dyke Action Machine!: Gay Marriage. You Might as Well Be Straight

Dyke Action Machine!: Gay Marriage. You Might as Well Be Straight

Carrie Moyer. Dyke Action Machine!: Gay Marriage. You Might as Well Be Straight, 1998.

Description:
5,000 posters wheatpasted in Lower Manhattan. DAM! rustles up some grassroots sentiment, expressing the ambivalence many lesbians have about the corporate gay movement's drive towards gay marriage and parenthood as the norm. German-language version of campaign installed in the Munich subway system in September 2000.

Medium:
Public/Site-specific

Tags:
street intervention, lesbian, dyke, queer, agitprop, activism, Dyke Action Machine, public art, appropriation, poster

Images
The Stone AgeThe CruxGimcrackQueen Bee IIDyke Action Machine!: Meet the MuffiosiDyke Action Machine!: Lesbian Americans DonDyke Action Machine!: Gay Marriage. You Might as Well Be Straight

Location
Brooklyn, NY
United States

Contact
carriemoyer@earthlink.net

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