Rochelle Feinstein moved to New York in the 1980’s to pursue her artistic ambitions, leading to her decades-long examination of painting. Feinstein’s practice examines the language of abstraction, while whimsically including text within her paintings. Feinstein has consistently employed a promiscuous approach to how her paintings look, resulting in a diverse non-style. Her examination of painting has included experimentation with other mediums like drawing, photography, printmaking, sculpture, video, and installation. Feinstein recently was the focus of a six-venue collaborative project with exhibitions in New York, Miami, Los Angeles, Paris, and Zurich. Donahue and Macey will discuss Feinstein’s interest in language, the development of her diverse non-style, and the importance of concepts like irony, authorship, and cultural production.