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Lydia Schouten

As a pioneer in the fields of performance, video and installation art, and as a feminist figurehead, Schouten has a long trackrecord in the international art world. Spanning 45 years, her oeuvre addresses important themes like mass media, identity, loneliness, violence and abuse.

Lydia Schouten, Romeo Is Bleeding (still), 1982. Music: Sander Wissing. Editor: Meatball, The Hague. Collection Bonnefanten.