She is the frontrunner of cyber-feminism in the U.S., where cyber-feminism is relatively a new term that studies the relationship between technology and women. Her main focus is on improving the contribution of women in the field of biotechnology.
Faith Wilding frequents the U.S. and Europe and her audio lectures are “broadcast by RIAS Berlin; WDR Cologne; and National Public Radio, USA” ("Faith Wilding"). Her list of publications include; “MEANING, Heresies, Ms. Magazine, The Power of Feminist Art” ("Faith Wilding"). She has also published many other magazines and books. The National Endowment for the Arts has awarded her “two individual media grants” ("Faith Wilding"). At present, “she is the faculty member at the School of Art Institute of Chicago and the MFA in Visual Art Program at Vermont College of the Union Institute and University” ("Faith Wilding").
Wilding has been very active the feminist art movement since her support for the founding of Feminist Art Program in California (Jones & Heathfield 253). This program proved to be a stepping stone for politicizing and theorizing the feminist art. She and her husband participated in antiwar movements during the 60s. This laid the foundation for her future feminist art endeavors. Her artwork tells the story how she observed the enforced patriarchy throughout her life. This context gives her the energy to express the prejudiced and biased social structure of the world.
Wilding creates artwork based on feminist themes. Many of her artworks depict satire aimed at the patriarchal attitudes of the society. Her artwork themes have evolved with time. The 1970s is generally marked with highly politicized Anglo-American feminist art movements. Wildings early works certainly depict that era but as time progressed her artwork also evolved and modified incorporating other elements of the social injustice towards women. The politicized feminist art form generally criticized the