Karen Moe

Karen Moe is an art critic, visual and performance artist, author and feminist activist. Her work focuses on systemic violence in patriarchy: be it gender, race, the environment or speciesism. Her art criticism has been published internationally in magazines, anthologies and artist catalogues in English and Spanish and she has exhibited and performed across Canada, in the US and in Mexico. She is the founder of the Vigilance Fierce Feminisms Magazine. Her debut book, Victim: A Feminist Manifesto from a Fierce Survivor is being published on April 2nd, 2022. Karen lives in Mexico City and British Columbia, Canada. 

 

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articles by this author

The Real and (some of) all that it Contains: Zona Maco 2022

Always on the Look Out (for something important): Mexico City’s Art Week 2020

Art and Permeability: Art Week Mexico 2019

Karen Moe at Mexico’s Xlll FEMSA Biennial

Art as Affect: Karen Moe at Mexico City Art Gallery Weekend 2018

Hurricanes in Paint: Juan Miguel Pozo Cruz’s Unsettled Ruins

Under the Same Sky … We Resist: Erika Harrsch’s Comfort of Urgency.

Mexico is on the Look Out for its Trojan Horses: Erick Beltrán’s Laocoön’s Dream

Mexico City’s International Celebration of Art: ZONA MACO and The Material Art Fair 2018

Landscapes of Memory: Gordon Smith’s Black Paintings

Kim Dorland’s "Nemophilia:" Too Much, Too Late

The Game of the Same: Gabriel Orozco’s OROXXO