In "Jay DeFeo: A Symposium," the video discusses Jay DeFeo's early works, which are characterized by duality and contradictions. Green discusses how these tensions and contradictions are expressed in DeFeo's paintings, which are both monumental and introspective. She also argues that DeFeo's work is a political commitment, and that by 1975, against a backdrop of second wave feminism, his work might have been rethinking the transcendental vision embodied in Berman's original photograph.
In this video, artists and art historians discuss the work of Jay DeFeo, with a focus on her use of Xeroxing to create images. DeFeo discusses her process and how it relates to her concerns about care and the politics of art. The video also features a presentation by Suzanne Hudson, who will discuss the work Encore.
Jay DeFeo discusses her artwork and how it has evolved over the years. She explains how she uses photography as a source of inspiration, and how her work is influenced by her emotions and memories. DeFeo also discusses how her work is connected to other artists working with Xerox or photography machines.
Jay DeFeo discusses her artwork "The Rose" at the Whitney Museum of American Art. The panelists thank each other and everyone has a wonderful weekend.