In the mainstream media and collective consciousness, Valerie Solanas has been written off as a worthless artist, remembered only for her violent act against Andy Warhol.
All of this got author Chavisa Woods thinking about unconscious bias, and what it takes for us to denounce a female artist’s historical worth as opposed to what it takes for a man.
We talk with Chavisa about her essay for Full Stop from earlier this year, as well as her new book, 100 Times.
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