Janet Davidson-Hues, an interdisciplinary artist who focuses on language, image, object, movement, and sound to create books, paintings, installations, performances, and video, explores language and how it affects the cultural representation of women.
Davidson-Hues received her MFA from the University of Kansas before becoming an Assistant Professor of Art at Indiana State University.
She has exhibited her work nationally in 20 solo shows and over 130 invitational and group shows. Internationally, she has participated in various installations, lectures, performances, video screenings, and exhibitions in Germany, Italy, Israel, and China.
Davidson-Hues has participated with the notable women’s performance group a.k.a.and the Women’s Activist Coalition’s performance/protest Scream Out.