Myths of Rape (China), 2014
This bilingual adaptation of Myths of Rape (2012) (a reinterpretation of Leslie Labowitz-Starus’ Myths of Rape (1977)) was featured in the WCA exhibition and cultural exchange, “Half the Sky: Intersections in Social Practice Art,” at the LuXun Academy of Fine Art, Shenyang, Liaoning Province, China.
Chan’s Mannese Theatre
Chan & Mann’s New Fantasy (The Video), 2013
Video installation featured in the exhibition “3 Solo Projects: Audrey Chan, Elana Mann, Chan & Mann” at the Ben Maltz Gallery, Otis College of Art and Design.
Meet The Chans and Manns, 2013
The parents of Chan & Mann, Jim & Susy Chan and Jason & Belle Mann, share anecdotes from the artistic development of their daughters.
Chann & Mhann: A Historical Retrospective, 2005-2012, 2012
This exhibition retrospects on the seven-year anniversary of Chan & Mann, a collaboration between Audrey Chan and Elana Mann.
Myths of Rape, 2012
The performance reinterpreted Leslie Labowitz-Starus’ Myths of Rape (1977), part of Suzanne Lacy’s Three Weeks in May (1977).
Shares and Stakeholders, 2012
The Feminist Art Project day of panels at the 100th Annual College Art Association Conference, was organized by artists Audrey Chan and Elana Mann at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.
Judy! Judy! JUDY! (Through her flower and back again), 2008-2010
Chan & Mann pay homage to Judy Chicago and her legendary feminist artwork, “The Dinner Party” (1974-79).
A MANNdate for CHANge, 2008
Chan & Mann were the emcees of the performance event Exchange Rate: 2008 on Election Night (November 4, 2008) at Remy’s on Temple in Los Angeles. Shake it out!
NATURE! This one’s for you!, 2006
Performance by Chan & Mann and friends, featured in Fritz Haeg’s “This River is Our Parade” at the Santa Clara River, Santa Clarita, California on May 14, 2006 (Mother’s Day).
Soul Satisfaction, 2005
Performance at Sounding Out: New Music and Performance, Main Gallery, California Institute of the Arts, November 25, 2005.