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Moyra Davey in Conversation with Lynne Tillman

SUN, Apr 15, 2012
4 pm

Second Floor

Moyra Davey’s video essay Les Goddesses interweaves stories from the artist’s own life with those of eighteenth-century feminist Mary Wollstonecraft and her daughters, creating a rigorous exercise in self-scrutiny. Davey discusses her work with writer Lynne Tillman, whose own work blends criticism, philosophy, and fiction.

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