Dana Hoey, a San Fransisco born artist and photographer based in upstate New York, talks about her photography and video work which investigates gender roles, archetypes, aggression, and power in society.
For the last episode of the season, we welcome Dana Hoey, an American artist that captures videos and photographs, and blends fact and fiction to question society’s preconceived ideas of gender, relations between each other, masculinity, and femininity. Avid in her practice of combat sports, she integrates that into her work as well and uses it in the directions she gives her models.
She also talks to us about her thoughts on being a woman in the arts as well as her philosophy on motherhood and how it impacted her career.
The use of combat sports in her work
Exploring gender roles and identity
In for freedom and being a woman/mother in the art world
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