A pioneer of video and performance, Joan Jonas (USA, 1936) is one of the most important artists emerged between 1960 and 1970. She began her career as a sculptor and in 1968 his interest shifts to advanced territory, mixing mediated images and performances situated in natural and / or industrial. Currently, she teaches visual arts courses at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Her works include: Organic Honey’s Visual Telepathy (1972), The Juniper Tree (1976), Volcano Saga (1985), Revolted by the Thought of Known Places … (1992), Woman in the Well (1996/2000), My New Theater Series (1997-1999), Lines in the Sand (2002), and The Shape, The Scent, The Feel of Things (2004).
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