Sherry Wiggins is an interdisciplinary artist concerned with art as a specifically feminine/ feminist relational process and enactment. Her artistic practice has taken multiple forms over the last three decades in: digital works, drawings, installations, performances, photographs, public art, sculptures, video, and writing. Since 2013, Wiggins has been working on a major international research and art-making project titled Searching Selves – here she researches the work of remarkable women artists of the 20th century and makes her own work in relationship to theirs. A listing of Wiggins’ project Searching Selves to date, by order of production, includes Russian-American avant-garde filmmaker Maya Deren; Indian minimalist Nasreen Mohamedi; Portuguese conceptualist Helena Almeida; Brazilian multimedia artist Mira Schendel; and most recently French writer and photographer Claude Cahun. Exhibitions of Wiggins’ work include venues in Europe, India, Mexico, the Middle East, South America, as well as in Colorado and throughout the United States. Wiggins lives in Boulder, Colorado.
Image: the pearls he shot on her eyes, Sherry Wiggins and Luís Filipe Branco, 2019, archival color digital print, 36″ × 48″.
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