Women‘s Voices in My Head
Conversations between women and non-gender-conforming people are fundamentally different from those that include men. There's a spirit of openness and vulnerability; discussions are collaborative and generative. Ideas roll around in our heads and in between our bodies, and they transform us as we explore them together.
The linked audio conversation represents the ways in which women's voices intermingle in my mind and spark new ideas for my own creative practices. The project uses text written by my favorite women scholars, authors, and essayists, and has been read by women in my life. This project is ongoing; new voices will be added regularly.
Diane Ackerman, Deep Play, read by Jan Foushée
Sarah Ahmed, Living a Feminist Life, read by Gabrielle Morgan
Olivia Liang, Lonely City, read by Naomi Chandran
Natalie Loveless, How to Make Art at the End of the World, read by Kimberly Tsen
Rebecca Solnit, Recollections of My Nonexistence, read by Michelle Fehler