Dirty Work for Slimey Girls

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Description

The project which they pursued was one of debunking the masculinist myths which might alienate women from technological devices and their cultural products. They believe that women who hijack the tools of domination and control introduce a rupture into a highly systematised culture by infecting the machines with radical thought, diverting them from their inherent purpose of linear topdown mastery.
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Creator

VNS Matrix

Date

1994

Contributor

Barratt, Virginia
da Rimini, Francesca
Pierce, Julianne
Starrs, Josephine

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Genre

Web based conceptual art

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Citation

VNS Matrix, “Dirty Work for Slimey Girls,” ADELTA, accessed December 16, 2018, http://scem.ws/items/show/240.