Micol Hebron

Hebron is an interdisciplinary artist whose practice includes studio work, writing, curating, social media, crowdsourcing, teaching, public speaking, and both individual and collaborative projects. Through crowd-sourced projects, videos, installations, performances, and photographs, she has become known for critically engaging the tropes of art history and modernism, with a particular eye toward resurfacing and re-examining feminist activism, social practice, and public engagement. Hebron is interested in consciousness-raising, gift economies, evolutionary psychology, and collaborative activity. Current projects include the Gallery Tally Poster Project (for which she recently received a CCI fellowship); Abeona, a road trip app that remaps the landscape through feminist histories; and the Nipple Equity initiative, which examines the role and impact of social biases about the gendered body. Hebron is an Associate Professor of New Genres at Chapman University.

Gallery Tally poster thumbnails

Gallery Tally poster thumbnails