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ON::VIEW Residency: I bleed all the time and I'm fine: Social practice and menstruation 

When: Oct. 8-Nov. 2 2019
During her time as artist in residence, Karina Rosenstein will be executing two differentiated but related social practice projects that thoughtfully investigate contemporary menstrual issues. The first of these projects, Menstruation for President, involves launching a faux political campaign with some of the key trappings of a real one: merchandise, canvassing, and a campaign office. The goals for this campaign are to bring visibility to menstruation, encourage people to talk about it, educate the public on contemporary domestic and global issues surrounding menstruation and period poverty, and advocate for political goals tied to actual legislation. In using the medium of a political campaign, Rosenstein attempts to capitalize on the spectacle of the concurrent presidential campaigns to make grassroots organizing around menstruation more palatable.



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