Exhibit postcard, "More than the sum of our body parts." 1993. (Ms1994-023)

Title

Exhibit postcard, "More than the sum of our body parts." 1993. (Ms1994-023)

Abstract

Postcard advertising CARY's "More Than the Sum of Our Body Parts", shown at the Randolph Street Gallery in Chicago from June 16 to July 2, 1993. The purpose of the exhibit was to illustrate the many ways that women architects are discriminated against in the workplace by their male colleagues. The exhibit was comprised of sculptural and multimedia installations, focusing on such topics as the sexual discrimination and harassment of women architects, and the glass ceiling said to be limiting the advance of women in architecture.

Date

Date Created

1992-1993

Access Rights

Collection is open to the public.

Type

Identifier

Ms1994-023_CaryExhibit_B1F10_Postcard_1993

Bibliographic Citation

Researchers wishing to cite this collection should include the following information: "More Than the Sum of Our Body Parts: An Exhibit by CARY, 1992-1993" - Ms1994-023 - Special Collections, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Va.

Rights Holder

Special Collections, University Libraries, Virginia Tech

Citation

CARY, Chicks in Architecture Refuse to Yield (to Atavistic Thinking in Design and Society) et al., “Exhibit postcard, "More than the sum of our body parts." 1993. (Ms1994-023),” VT Special Collections Online, accessed November 18, 2017, http://digitalsc.lib.vt.edu/items/show/4672.