Bachman was a founding member of the Boston Women’s Action Coalition (WAC) in 1992. She was an organizer of WAC’s TRANS-ACTION PROJECT, a citywide motorcade that transformed cars into mobile billboards and distributed voter information. More recently, she served as Creative Collaborator on the SUITCASE OF LOVE AND SHAME, a film by Jane Gillooly, 2013. During 2010-2011, Bachman employed outdoor projection and performance in a collaborative project titled DISMANTLED. The project addressed the privatization of schools and accessible, affordable education. In 1988, Bachman was commissioned by the Fabric Workshop to create ARE YOU TELLING YOURSELF A LITTLE WHITE LIE? The edition of 5 silkscreen banners were installed throughout Philadelphia to address representations of women in the media and white privilege. Between 1983-1988, she explored issues of representation in a series of limited edition books that include ASSUMPTIONS and THE SAME OLD STORY. Click on the images below or the > to view.