Abstract

Abstract:

This essay introduces the work of the "first generation" Korean feminist photographer Youngsook Park (b. 1941). Highlighting the spirited and critical "wildness" of her feminist aesthetic agenda, with a topical focus on her iconic Michinnyeon Project (1996–2005, "The Mad Women Project," retranslated here as "The Crazy B*tch Project"), this dossier also contextualizes her more current projects such as Michinnyeon · Balhwa-hada (Blooming/Uttering) (2016) and Could Not Have Left Them Behind (2017) along with her broader lifetime achievements thus far.

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Additional Information

ISSN
2155-0905
Print ISSN
2155-0891
Pages
pp. 89-118
Launched on MUSE
2019-12-23
Open Access
No
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