The next exhibit was by Nancy Spero, an artist who commented on war, femininity and the real impacts of war and violence on society. She was a printmaker and created around 200 characters and made them interact and tell a story with other prints. Her prints were very multi-layered and she used multiple pieces of paper to create large works. I liked some of her pieces, but not all. I think some of her work was very thoughtful and utilized her printmaking skills really well. Other pieces I felt were less effective and not particularly creative in the way she told stories.
The last exhibit was a collection of videos, but we did not get to watch all of them. One that we watched was an artist traveling on her stomach, on a skateboard-esque object from the US embassy to another in Seoul. I was totally entranced by this video because, even though not a lot was happening in the video, I felt so much for the artist. She had to cross streets, navigate her way around the city, and face tons of people staring at her in confusion and distaste. I loved it and was so impressed at the dedication and powerful commentary.