Streaking in the Museum


  • Sue Spaid University of Cincinnati
  • Clinton Peter Verdonschot Utrecht University



streaking, Guerrilla Girls, feminist aesthetics, male gaze, disinterestedness, objectification


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How to Cite

“Streaking in the Museum”. 2023. Aesthetic Investigations 6 (2): i-vi.