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Visual artist Deborah Wasserman merges the female figure with the landscape in her paintings, collage and performative works. Her ongoing investigation the feminine experience and woman’s roles are informed by her “own complex sense of ‘unbelonging’ growing up with several identities.” This episode includes a conversation with the artist–an engaging deep dive into her works and personal histories.

Episode 130: Deborah Wasserman: Migration, Land and the Feminine Body
00:00 / 44:32
Jackson Heights Talks
Video documentation of a zoom presentation on 01/27/21
Organized by artist Linda Ganjian and made available by
a New Work Grant, Queens Council On The Arts
Department Of Cultural Affairs.
No Longer Your Chica, 2015 
Documentation of an art intervention, protesting sex trafficking
Roosevelt Avenue, Jackson Heights, Queens, NY
shot by Francena Ottley

Fragmentation, Disconnect and Disguise: Deborah Wasserman
Video interview by Vanessa Swales, 2018

A conversation with Jackson Heights (NYC) visual artist, Deborah Wasserman. Questioning contemporary notions about women and immigration through performance art. Director and producer: Vanessa Swales (CUNY Graduate School of Journalism)

Far Away, So Close, 2011
In preparation for a solo exhibit at Roger Smith Arts
Far Away, So Close, 2011
Video interview/documentation,
Solo exhibit at Roger Smith Arts
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