Juliet Batten

Juliet Batten Archive

Juliet Batten Archive by Juliet Batten

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Juliet Batten (1942- ) is a feminist installation and performance artist. With a PhD in English, Batten is also a published poet and non-fiction writer. Her art has an environmental and women's issues focus. This archive consists of audio-visual material, notes, ephemera, correspondence, photographs, slides (some of which have been digitised), publications and includes works of art from the Unearthing (1986) exhibition. There are also materials from the Threshold exhibition including wall posters and artefacts such as candles. shell and wool. It also contains extensive documentation of the 100 Women project for ANZART in 1985.

Juliet Batten Archive
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E H McCormick Research Library, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, gift of Juliet Batten, 2009
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Research Library
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Not on display

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