Abstract

Through the lenses of feminism and psychoanalysis, this essay traces the use of screens, both literal and metaphoric, in the performance and video-installation works of the multi-disciplinary artist Suzanne Bocanegra. These complex pieces engage with ideas around voyeurism, identification, and screen memory, evoking Bocanegra's idiosyncratic cultural history of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

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