Smith, her daughter, Deborah Langdon; parents, Earles Otto Townley and Rena Brown Townley.
At a time when many women in her station were trying to bust out of the constraints of domesticity, Smith experienced explosive liberation in her home, working long hours with a leased Xerox 914 machine for eight months.
Smith The Longest Day of Night Photographs by Boris Sojka and Vaughan Rachel , 1973 The Longest Day of Night Souvenier booklet , 1973 The Longest Day of Night Invitation Scan , 1973 The Longest Day of Night and Cross Fire , String of High Intensity Bulbs, 1973 The Longest Day of Night, Audio Oscillator, 1973 Barbara T.
She experimented with films, papers, and processes such as double printing—feeding the machine transparencies that would melt in its mouth.
Artists and curators will be in attendance.
Odd that this seemed not to bother him, his wife so casually revealed.
This made me feel violated and unprotected instead of daring because I was doing it alone.
Through various performances such as Ritual Meal 1969 , Feed Me 1973 , Intimations of Immortality 1974 , and Birthdaze 1981 Smith contemplated ideas of spirituality, feminism, collective consciousness, the body, sexuality, and institutional power structures.