Joyce Kozloff: Public Art Works

1996 | 00:56:00 | United States | English | Color | Mono

Collection: On Art and Artists, Single Titles

Tags: Artist Portraits, Feminism, Interview, Painting, Visual Art

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Joyce Kozloff was at the forefront of the 1970s pattern and decoration movement—a feminist effort to incorporate typically “feminine” and popular decorative arts into the fine arts. She has been involved with public art and murals for more than two decades. In this video, Kozloff prepares and installs her mural Around the World on the 44th Parallel, which features sections of maps from 12 cities around the world on the same latitude. The work was constructed at the Tile Guild in Los Angeles and installed at the library at Minnesota State University-Mankato. The video juxtaposes interview footage of the artist reflecting on her development with period footage of Freed speaking in the 1970s.