Other projects

Settlers’ Book Club: settlersbookclub.com

This is a book club I have started to educate ourselves about whose land we live on, what is means to be a Settler, how colonization is an ongoing process, and what reconciliation might look like.

Photo walking tours: catswalk.wordpress.com

Photo Collective: CAMera Collective

The Female City

This is a documentation project that I have been doing since 2003. I am photographing how women are represented in culture:  female images (statues, objects, signs, graffiti, and so on) that are found in various European and North American cities. This series is an exploration of how women are depicted in an urban setting and reflects the larger issue of a woman’s place in society. How are women represented, and who is doing the representing? The photos illustrate the different ways in which the female form is used as a decorative object or for commercial purposes, to mark a historical figure, or to make a presence known.

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Sister Trading Cards

In 2002 I started an all-female trading card edition to facilitate international trade between female-identifying folks. It ran until 2014 with 119 editions in total and had over 300 participants from 20 countries. Here is a small sampling:

SchickSister Trading Card editions

Set #1

STC 1 cover 1aSTC 1 page 1a

 

Santa Clara Zellweger, Switzerland; Anne Sophie Côté, Canada; Gillian Gravenor, Canada; Witta Jensen, Denmark; Patty Kambic, USA;  Michelle McCauley, USA; Annemiek Mullenders, The Netherlands; Heather Nicholson, Canada; Violet Nyhne, USA

STC 1 page 2a

Lynn Paus, Canada; Cat Schick, Switzerland; Shafina Sheridan, Malaysia; C. Noelle Sierra, USA; Emily Townsend, USA; Julie Voyce, Canada; Margo Yacheshyn, Canada

Artist Trading Cards were started in 1997 by m. vänçi stirnemann. To see more go to   Home | Artist Trading Cards Here is a sample of my cards: cat schick | Artist Trading Cards

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