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ANTI/body: There in the Distance

ANTI/body is a site specific installation event in multiple locations around Tucson and an emergent collaboration between the Tucson Art+Feminism Collective and local artist Natalie Brewster Nguyen.

ANTI/body is a social response to the pandemic crisis and a springboard for creation; Nguyen has invited local artists to respond to a broad spectrum of inquiries linking to the guiding theme of this year’s Art+Feminism Campaign, Art+Activism. The artists are all women/trans/non-binary/queer/POC artists whose work crosses genres and mediums. They are collectively using this moment to demonstrate the incredible adaptability and relevance of art in hard times.

All installations are intended to be enjoyed from a distance, whether in a car, on bike, or on foot. We ask that participants follow social distancing protocols put forth by CDC. The soundtrack can be played on a personal device, headphones are recommended. ANTI/body can also be experienced virtually, by viewing photos of the installations on the map and engaging with the soundtrack.

Art installations and soundtrack will launch on May 15th, 2020 at 5:00pm and be available for viewing throughout the following week, or until the elements destroy them. 

For more information about the 2020 Tucson Art+Feminism event, visit the event page on the University Libraries website