Curating a Technofeminist Space:
Feminist Practices in Editing Online Publications
In this webtext, we share three video essays that are the result of a year-long collaboration between the authors: Alexandra Hidalgo, a faculty member, and Hannah Countryman and Jessica Kulka, two undergraduate students and editorial staff of agnès films: supporting women and feminist filmmakers (https://agnesfilms.com/).
The video essays showcase and illuminate the relationships necessary to enact the technofeminist beliefs and practices of agnès film. The webtext frames these video essays with a dsicussion of the ways in which digital spaces and technologies open possibilities for technofeminist activism.
Although some of the practices we both tell and show here are couched in our particular situation of a faculty member collaborating with undergraduate students, we believe that the principles presented here are useful for establishing and sustaining technofeminist spaces.