"Bingo" (1990)

"Bingo," 1990
Painted wire and wood, and found objects, 108 x 60 x 60 inches. Collection of the artist.
© Judy Pfaff

"From the early 1970s, there was a lot of talk about feminism. It was a big subject. What is women’s work? What is female sensibility? There were a lot of things like that which I didn’t take on. I just wanted to be an artist in art. I didn’t want to be original. I didn’t want to be different. I wanted to be in that big family. And I thought what was going on, because of these new ideas of space and time and the computer and women, was that the whole Pandora’s box was open. It was my responsibility to make things which had that advance- that logic- in them."

- Judy Pfaff

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