Simone de Beauvoir's phrase, reframed by the various contemporary feminisms, points to the fact that being a woman is a social construction. Many of the artists at Biennial 12 present plural perspectives on ways of being women in different times and societies.
Observe the images of the following works: Mujer de ver, by Peruvian artist Natalia Iguiñiz; #dominicanwomengooglesearch, by Dominican artist Joiri Minaya; and Mirar, by the mapuche artist Sebastián Calfuqueo.
How many these are women? What brings them together? What sets them apart?
From what contexts are these images constructed in the works mentioned?
“One is not born, but rather becomes a woman”.
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