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This article was published as: Lianne McTavish, “The Cultural Production of Pregnancy: Bodies and Embodiment at a New Brunswick Abortion Clinic,” Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies 20 (Fall 2008), 23-42. Open access:...
“Middle of Nowhere: Contesting Rural Heritage at the World Famous Gopher Hole Museum”
An early version of an article published in the International Journal of Heritage Studies 24, 7 (2018), 764-80.
The final version was published as: Lianne McTavish, “Embryos in the Early Modern and Modern Periods: A Visual Dialogue,” The Healthy Embryo, ed. Jeff Nisker et. al. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010), 97-115.
shimmy-shimmy-plop-plop is an exhibition longing for bodies free from disease and uncertainty. As I immerse the viewer in milky fireworks, sprouted hair, creases, and moles, I create a visual language of the infected and in-between aspects of the body. By embracing fragmented and exaggerated...
On Being Without is an examination of trauma related to abandonment. I explore representations of the body by investigating interior and exterior space, questioning what happens when distressing memories are triggered by image, place and time. Normalization of trauma continues to be a major risk...
My work is about the exploration of everyday-life, colour and the imagination. Making paintings is my way of understanding the dynamic and ever-changing sociological, cultural, and digital fabric of North American society. My practice involves creating a poetic network of images that utilize a...
lacuna discusses the aftermath of sexual violence and the systemic oppression of women’s experiences. Through art we can realize the shared experience of trauma and oppression, countering silence and isolation by engaging an ethics of care, belief, and empathy. As a rape survivor, I use my own...
fifty-nine events is a thesis exhibition that speculates the affordances of form in mediated performance art and issues of performance art documentation and (re)presentation. An art historical overview of performance art theories and praxes contextualizes and re-visits debates of performance art...
disPOSSESSION is a body of work that explores the accumulation of wealth of few and the displacement of many with a focus on the expansion of soy and beef production, ensuing environmental, social, and economic consequences, as well as connected indigenous land rights and peasant food sovereignty...