Andrea Bowers
*1965, Wilmington, USA
lives and works in Los Angeles

Andrea Bowers, Letters to the Army of Three Displayed, 2005<br>Photocopies & gift wrapping paper, i316 sheets, each 60,96 x 45,72 cm<br>Installation view VAN HORN, Düsseldorf 2005, Photo(c)VANHORN, D.Steinfeld 2005Andrea Bowers, Letters to the Army of Three, 2005<br>Bound book with photocopies and decorative wrapping paper, 62 x 46,5 x 6 cm, total 316 sheets<br>Installation view VAN HORN, Düsseldorf 2005, Photo(c)VAN HORN, D.Steinfeld 2005Andrea Bowers, Young Abortion Rights Activist, San Francisco Bay Area, 1966 (Photo Lent from the Archives of Patricia Maginnis), 2005<br>Colored pencil on paper, 50" x 38,25".Andrea Bowers, Nothing is Neutral, installation view at RedCat, Los Angeles 2006<br>(with Letters to an Army of Three, 2005, wall-piece, video & book)<br>Photo(c)VAN HORN, D.Steinfeld 2006
Andrea Bowers, Defence of Necessitiy, 2003<br>Steel, fabric, yam, steel frame (variable): ca. 246 x 870 x 12 cm, weaving c.231 x 785 cm<br>Installation view, "Cabinet of Threads" at VAN HORN, Düsseldorf 2013, Sammlung Schumann, HerzogenrathAndrea Bowers, The Annual AIDS Memorial March from Castro Street to San Francisco's City Hall(1991), 2007<br>Graphite on paper, 22,25" x 15, 19".Andrea Bowers, Political Slogans & Flower Magick: Emma Goldman To Island, 2005<br>Paper, wire, gouache, graphite on paper, frame, 46 cm x 76 cm x 11,5 cm<br>Courtesy VAN HORN, Düsseldorf, Photo(c)VAN HORN, D.Steinfeld 2005Andrea Bowers, Nonviolent Civil Disobedience (Poor People's Campaign, June 1968), Washington, D.C. 2005<br>Graphite on paper, 58 x 76 cm, Courtesy VAN HORN, Düsseldorf
Andrea Bowers, A Garland for Mayday<br>(Illustration by Walter Crane), 2012<br>Marker on found cardboard, 13 x 12,4"<br>Installation view Susanne Vielmetter, 2012, Photo: R.Wedemeyer.Andrea Bowers, Nonviolent Civil Disobedience Drawing - Elvira Arellano, Protest Against Deportation, 2007 (Detail)<br>Colored pencil on paper, 30 x 22 1/4"<br>Photo R. WedermeyerAndrea Bowers, For My Transgender Sisters (May Day March, Los Angeles, 2012), 2012<br>Colored pencil on paper, 30 x 22" (Detail)<br>Photo: R.WedemeyerAndrea Bowers, Pass The Dream Act (Barbed Wire), 2012<br>Colored pencil on archival board, 26" x 36"<br>Photo: R.Wedemeyer.
Andrea Bowers, People Before Profits (May Day March, Los Angeles, 2012), 2012<br>Colored pencil on paper, 30" x 22" (Detail)<br>Photo: R.WedemeyerAndrea Bowers, Book from "Workers'Rights Table" installation, 2012<br>Political flyers, colby posters and calligraphy bound in book, 18" x 15" x 8"<br>Photo: R.WedemeyerAndrea Bowers, Move to Amend Flyer Enlarged and Labored Over, 2012<br>Colored pencil on archival board, 36" x 26"<br>Photo: R.WedemeyerAndrea Bowers, Educate, Agitate, Organize, 2010<br>Low voltage LED lights, plexi-glass, aluminum, Edition 1 of 3.
Andrea Bowers, The Weight of Relevance, 2007<br>3-channel video projection, color/sound, 26:15min, loop<br>Installation view Secession Vienna 2007Andrea Bowers, The Weight of Relevance<br>Graphite & prismacolor on paper, 36 x 72 inches each<br>Installation view Secession Vienna 2007Andrea Bowers, From Mouth to Ear, installation view at Sara Meltzer gallery, New York 2002,<br>with Sentimental Bitch, 2002, scrapbooks and bluestone, & Battlefields, Gardens and Graveyards (Sentimental scrapbook displayed), 2002Andrea Bowers, Virtual Arena, 2002<br>Installation view at Sara Meltzer gallery, New York 2002