Vulva Art: An Embodied Palimpsest. How does Vulva Art graffiti represent, subvert and impact women embodiment through its use as an embodied palimpsest?
The main objective was to visualise and analyse women embodiment, via an archival of Vulva Art graffiti and appliance of embodied palimpsest. The second was to archive a temporary communicative form. Both seek to provide a visible and accessible platform to publicly marginalised, and often unnoticed themes of women embodiment and feminist graffiti.
Vulva art graffiti in Basel was found and organised using archival and data visualisation via critical mapping. This outcome was a digital archive with an interactive map at its centre.
- Aylin Tschoepe
- Leander Eisenmann
- Michael Renner