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  Faith Wilding (US)
Wilding was born in Paraguay in 1943 and emigrated to the United States in 1961. There she studied at the University of Connecticut and received her BA from the University of Iowa in 1968. Subsequently Wilding spent several years in postgraduate studies in art history and art at California State University, Fresno. In 1970 she co-founded the Feminist Art Program with Judy Chicago. Wilding then entered the California Institute of the Arts in Valencia in 1971 where she received her MFA in 1973. As a Graduate Fellow in the MFA program, Wilding worked on the CalArts Feminist Art Program, producing the first feminist collaborative installation, Womanhouse. She has lectured extensively and made frequent guest appearances on educational panels. She has been involved in a number of media productions. Wilding has taught at a number of universities including Vermont College, Cooper Union School of Art (NYC) and Parson's School of Design and is currently Visiting Professor of Art at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


Sacrifice , Feminist Studio, Fresno, US (1971)
Waiting , Womanhouse, Los Angeles, US (1972)
Chambers, MFA show, Cal Arts, Los Angeles, US (1973)
Cracks in the Carapace, Grandview Gallery, Los Angeles, US (1975)
Forms of Aspiration, Canis Gallery, Los Angeles, US (1976)
Invitation to a Burning, Woman's Building, Los Angeles, US (1980)
Scriptorium, Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, US (1983)
Flux Performance, Academy of Art, Warsaw, Poland (1987)
Frontispiece, Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Minneapolis, US (1990)
Womb Room, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, US (1996)
Cyberfeminism and the Body, Documenta X, Kassel, Germany (1997)
Body, Samuel Lallouz Gallery, Montreal, Canada (1997)
Duration Performance, Landesmuseum, Linz, Austria (1998)
Embryoworld, Art Gallery SUNY, Old Westbury, US (1998)


By Our Own Hands: The History of the Women Artist's Movement in Southern California 1970-77 (Double X, 1977)
How the West Was Won (Women Artists News, 1980)
Female Role Models in Education (Art and Artist, 1984)
Remembering Gran (Heresies #23, 1988)
Silence (M/E/A/N/I/N/G #5, 1989)
Monstrous Domesticity (M/E/A/N/I/N/G #18, 1995)
As Above, So Below (Left Curve. No. 21., 1997)
Notes on the Political Condition of Cyberfeminism (with Critical Art Ensemble) (CAA Art Journal, 1998)
Where is the Feminism in Cyberfeminism? (nparadoxa No. 3, 1998)


NDEA Undergraduate Fellowship (1968)
Graduate Fellowship, California Institute of the Arts (1971-73)
California Arts Council Grant for By Our Own Hands (1976)
NEA and California Arts Council Grants for SoundArt radio series (1983)
Massachusetts Artist Fellow (1984)
Visiting Artist Residency, Warsaw, Poland (1987)
NY Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Artist Books (1988)
NEA Individual Media Grant for radio drama Hildegard and I (1988)
NEH Media Fellowship (with Everett Frost) for radio series Soundplay (1990)
NEA Individual Media Grant for Drift (1992)
Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Grant (1997)


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