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Hershman-Leeson, Lynn, 1941-

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Personal name headingHershman-Leeson, Lynn, 1941-
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Variant(s)Leeson, Lynn Hershman-, 1941-
Hershman, Lynn, 1941-
Lesson, Lynn Hershman, 1941-
Hershman Lesson, Lynn, 1941-
Other standard no.0000000090573216
Associated countryUnited States
Associated placeCleveland (Ohio)
LocatedSan Francisco (Calif.)
Birth date1941
Field of activityNew media art Experimental films Video art Art and technology Women--Identity Photography, Artistic Collage
Profession or occupationArtists
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Found inClicking in, 1996: CIP t.p. (Lynn Hershman-Leeson) data sheet (b. 6/17/41)
Paranoid mirror, c1995: t.p. (Lynn Hershman) t.p. verso, etc. (Lynn Hershman Leeson)
Lynn Hershman : bunt ujarzmionych ciaƂ, 1996: t.p. verso (Lenn [sic] Hershman) contents p. (Lynn Hershman Lesson [sic])
Lynn Hershman Web site, July 3, 2003 (Lynn Hershman; Lynn Hershman Leeson; Lynn Lester Hershman)
New York times, 9 July 2021: in an exhibition review on page C1 entitled, "The Artist is prescient and not sidelined" (Lynn Hershman Leeson; has spent most of her life in San Francisco, after growing up in Cleveland; Hershman Leeson has been contemplating our connection to machines since the 1960s; as a woman making experimental work, often about female identity, Hershman Leeson was sidelined for decades by mainstream art institutions; for five years beginning in 1973, Hershman Leeson began a radical exploration of identity. She created a character named Roberta Breitmore whom she also played in the real world)
Associated languageeng