subrosa [at] cyberfeminism [dot] net
subRosa's name honors feminist pioneers in art, activism, labor, politics, and science: Rosa Bonheur, Rosa Luxemburg, Rosie the Riveter, Rosa Parks, Rosie Franklin.
subRosa is a reproducible cyberfeminist* cell of cultural researchers committed to combining art, activism, and politics to explore and critique the intersections of the new information and biotechnologies in women's bodies, lives, and work.
subRosa produces artworks, activist campaigns and projects, sneak attacks, publications, media interventions, and public forums that make visible the effects of the interconnections of technology, gender, and difference; feminism and global capital; new bio and medical technologies and women's health; and the changed conditions of labor and reproduction for women in the integrated circuit.
subRosa practices a situational embodied feminist politics nourished by conviviality, self-determination, and the desire for affirmative alliances and coalitions.
*in subRosa's definition, cyberfeminism is a promising new manifestation of feminismS, which addresses the changing political, economic, and personal conditions of women's lives due to new digital technologies.