Our revised edition of Arlie Russell Hochschild’s children’s book, first written in 1973 and published by the Feminist Press, is available for sale in hardcover on Blurb now!
Softcover on Amazon soon.
I’ll be in conversation with artist Rose Gibbs at Tate Britain on Saturday 18 June, discussing the legacies of second wave feminism, labour, and care, particularly in response to the Jo Spence display as part of Conceptual Art in Britain. Event sold out, wait list being taken.
As part of our commission with the Serpentine Galleries, Andrea Francke and I presented an artist’s talk at the gallery on 24 October 2015 which discussed the project, a partnership with the Portman’s Centre for Early Years Education, and the interrogation of early years education for a collaborative, research-based art practice.
Critic Jennifer Thatcher writes a feature about mothers in the UK art world in the July August 2015 issue of Art Monthly, and focuses on my projects Crib Notes and the campaign for childcare re-instatement at the RCA.
On June 1 and 2, 2015 Andrea Francke and I participated in the conference Motherhood and Creative Practice at London Southbank University. Keynotes included Faith Wilding, Griselda Pollock, and Mary Kelly. A revised version of our paper “Politicising Motherhood: Creative Practice, Activism, and the Mother” will be published in an upcoming special issue of the international, peer reviewed journal, MaMSIE: Studies in the Maternal in Spring 2016.
As part of the Serpentine’s Commission of myself and Andrea Francke for the first in their Changing Play series, we organised a Family Day event in Hyde Park surrounding the gallery, in collaboration with Joceline Howe and Nefeli Skarmea. You can read more here.