Juliet Davis is an artist, writer, researcher, and professor at The University of Tampa, teaching theory and practice in interactive media, gender studies, and visual culture.




COPYRIGHT, COPYLEFT & FAIR USE

IN PROGRESS: A 6-video series (with the PowerPoints, exercises, and quizzes) that teaches students how to use a wide range of media and easily understand the complexities of copyright law as it applies to their practical circumstances.

www.copyrightcopyleft.org




POPULAR PAST PROJECTS


A wedding planner gone awry to question who is really in control of a woman’s self-image and gender construction.

Pieces of Herself A drag-and-drop game that explores feminine embodiment and identity.

Polystyrene Dream Barbie goes to war, builds a fertility clinic, and hosts The Last Supper Dinner Party.



WATERFRONT PARK EXHIBIT

Commissioned by Tampa's Public Art Program
www.lightsontampa.org

"Shedding Light," by Juliet Davis and Stephanie Tripp, is one of three outdoor video exhibits in Tampa's new Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park, opening Feb. 19, during the Lights on Tampa biennial celebration. The "Shedding Light" project, which is accompanied by community workshops, asks members of local communities to shed (release) their traditional notions of public spectacle and share their own photos and videos via social media.