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 Judy Chicago - “Because we are denied knowledge of our history, we are deprived of standing upon each other's shoulders and building upon each other's hard earned accomplishments. Instead we are condemned to repeat what others have done before us and thus we continually reinvent the wheel. The goal of The Dinner Party is to break this cycle.”
 Judy Chicago - “People have accepted the media's idea of what feminism is, but that doesn't mean that it's right or true or real. Feminism is not monolithic. Within feminism, there is an array of opinions.”
 Judy Chicago - “I think what's important is to give space to the range of human experience.”
 Judy Chicago - “I set my sights upon becoming the kind of artist who would make a contribution to art history.”
 Judy Chicago - “I go to make art as who I am as a person. The fact that I am a woman comes into play maybe in the kinds of things I'm interested in or in the way I structure a canvas.”
 Judy Chicago - “I am trying to make art that relates to the deepest and most mythic concerns of human kind and I believe that, at this moment of history, feminism is humanism.”
 Judy Chicago - “Donald, my husband, considers himself a feminist.”
 Judy Chicago - “Ah, well, do I wish that we lived in a world where gender didn't figure so prominently Of course. Do I even think about myself as a woman when I go to make art Of course not.”
 Judy Chicago - “You shouldn't have to justify your work.”
 Judy Chicago - “There's no question that many more women artists are showing worldwide now than they were when I was a young woman, and that's really great.”
 Judy Chicago - “So women are at the beginning of building a language, and not all women are conscious of it.”
 Judy Chicago - “With my early work I got eviscerated by my male professors, and so you learned to disguise your impulses, as many women have done. And that's definitely changed.”
 Judy Chicago - “That is the age-old question Is it nature or culture We can't actually see what the real differences are between men and women because we live in such a culture-bound world.”
 Judy Chicago - “I feel like I have at least begun to make a contribution, but my most significant concern has to do with whether my actual art will be preserved for future generations or be erased.”