True Believers and more art by Emily Greenberg

True Believers, 2018
22.5 x 30 x 6 inch (h x w x d)

Artist Biography:
Emily Greenberg is an artist and writer originally from Memphis, TN and currently based in Columbus, OH. She has exhibited her previous Nasty Women artwork at the South Main Artspace Lofts and Marshall Arts Center in Memphis, TN and at the original Nasty Women show at the Knockdown Center in Queens, NY.

Artist Statement:
Believe me. Over 17 seasons of Law & Order: SVU, the words are whispered, yelled, ordered, or cried by victims, criminals, witnesses, experts, and detectives alike. But who do we believe and why? What role does gender play in who we judge as trustworthy? Examining the construction of authority and the performance of believability, True Believers collects these decontextualized moments into a nearly complete archive that asks us to judge for ourselves. The video takes its name from an episode in the 13th season of the show.

Title of Work: True Believers
Date of Work: 2018
Size of Work: 7 minutes, 18 seconds
Medium/Material: Video, sound

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