Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art: Feminist Art Base: Janet Goldner

Square Bead

Square Bead

Janet Goldner. Square Bead, 2002–2003.

Description:
Inspired by West African cast metal beads, this is a series of totemic patterned forms, which are supported by a central post that passes through the form as thread passes through a bead.

Medium:
Public/Site-specific

Tags:
social protest, steel, site specific, resistance, racism, race, Political, decoration, pattern, post-colonialism, Activism, Africa, autobiography, bogolan, colonialism, ethnicity, figurative, genealogy, heritage, identity image/text, Islam, Kasobane, metal, Mali, multi-cultural, memorial, narrative, political issues, poetry, social activist, stories, story, social issues

Images
Negelan (wall installation)Can We Acknowledge?i ni ce, thank you, merciBead SuiteSquare BeadZig-zag Installation Tuguna

Videos
"Have We Met? A Portrait of Mali" installation

Location
New York, NY
United States

Contact
52 Warren Street
New York, NY 10007
United States
art@janetgoldner.com

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