So I had a little rage on Twitter, which was all very nice and generated some lovely back and forth, but ultimately unproductive
There really are fuck-all traces of Aotearoa's feminist art history available online and that incenses me.— Courtney Johnston (@auchmill) February 21, 2016
Now, I know that it is incomplete, has thus far no mention of gender politics or intersectionality, and does not reference Pasifika artists. It badly needs a list of the significant artists (and the ones who time has already forgotten) who engaged with feminist topics and or viewed their own practice in this way. It lacks most of the main publications of the 1980s and 1990s and is woefully lacking in the 2000s full-stop. But I plan to chip away at it, because (dear reader, a hushed tone here) I think I would like to maybe make this a book one day. God knows we need one.
So approach this seedling with some gentleness, and please feel free to send me information that should be added (properly referenced, of course).