Southern Fem is a 3-channel video installation that explores the relationship between the lived experiences of southern women and feminism. 

The subtitled answers on the television screens downplay the importance of asking direct, interview-style questions about feminism. This allows the piece to function instead as an asynchronous ethnography of what it means to be a woman from the south; a place often stereotyped for encouraging rigid gender roles. 
 

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Installation | Video art 

2 projections, 83" wide x 46" tall 

1 TV monitor, ground-supported, 39" wide x 24" tall x 3.5" deep

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Single channel adaptation (best if viewed full-screen)