The Print Center presents "A Brand New End: Survival and Its Pictures," a solo photography-based exhibition of new work by Carmen Winant as part of a five-component project developed by the artist through intensive research — a hallmark of her category-defying practice. The project incorporates historical and contemporary representations of oppression, liberation and self-expression drawn from the archives of Women In Transition (WIT) and the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence.
Winant’s project aims to illuminate the often-invisible experiences of women as well as feminist strategies for survival, revolt and self-determination. It highlights the power of print (photography and printmaking) in representing how women view themselves and how photography can serve as a tool in the struggle for individual autonomy and self-representation. Virtual and in-person public programs, some of which are organized in collaboration with WIT, are an integral component of the project.