DisOrientalism: Maiden Voyage

DisOrientalism: Maiden Voyage Camilo Godoy

Maiden Voyage

Maiden Voyage focuses on race and labor in relation to American food production and promotion, and studies mass industrialized food production and its relationship to iconic American food trade characters. Maiden Voyage draws inspiration from the Land O'Lakes' Indian Maiden and the Shadow Wolves unit of the US Department of Homeland Security.


Disorientalism, a collaboration between Asian-American artists Katherine Behar and Marianne Kim, studies the disorienting effects of technologized labor, junk culture, and consumerism. Through live performance, video, and photographic projects, Disorientalism explores how these forces mediate race, gender, and bodies.

Additional Info

  • Encuentro Location (Montréal): Concordia University, FOFA Gallery
  • Date: June 21-28, 2014

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