Visiting Curator in Residence:
January 23 – February 17, 2017
Jacqueline Mabey’s work is shaped both by her study of art history at Wilfrid Laurier University, McGill University, and The University of British Columbia, and her multifarious professional experience in commercial galleries and non-profit art organizations. She works most frequently with art that plumbs the intersections of technology, gender, and sexuality, creating texts and contexts that draw out the complexities and complicities of contemporaneity. Recent, forthcoming, and ongoing projects include: Art+Feminism, a campaign to improve coverage of women and the arts on Wikipedia; Utopia is No Place, Utopia Is Process, a platform for critical feminist pedagogy at Usdan Gallery Bennington College; and “Not Mine Alone, Nor Mine to Own: Some Reflections on the Young Girl,” a forthcoming article in The Journal of Feminist Scholarship. She was included in Foreign Policy magazine’s list of 100 Leading Global Thinkers of 2014 and called a “Badass Woman” by Buzzfeed. Mabey works independently under the honorific, failed projects.