Official launch + opening party // FRIDAY 21 September, 16.00 – 19.00 h. // VIENNA
Photo: Leonora Carrington set and costume design (with Alejandro Jodorowsky, whom she mentored) //
16.00 – 19.00
Launch of Feminist Archive featuring BUST, NOWISWERE and PETUNIA // FRIDAY 21 September, 16.00 – 19.00 h
Veronika Hauer (Nowiswere), Lili Reynaud-Dewar (Petunia) and Laurie Henzel (Bust magazine) will be presenting their magazines and talk about their understanding of feminist writing and the questions of archives, collective memories and the making of art histories.
This marks the inauguration of the ff Feminist Archive, which will gather our own personal libraries into one place to be used for the duration of this project. The emphasis is to be on a very contemporary feminist dialog, to include magazines, fanzines as well as theory and monographs. This archive will be available at all events and by appointment for the duration of the Temporäre Autonome Zone.
(TIP: also check out the ZINE FAIR)
Please bring us your books, catalogues, magazines, pictures, videos, music files that connect to female or feminist art, for temporary or permanent inclusion in this archive… and get a free artwork by Mathilde ter Heinje, Antje Majewski & Juliane Solmsdorf or Aleksandra Mir and others in exchange!
19.00 – 21.00
FLY OR FLOW
Exhibition of collaborative works by ff: Delia Gonzalez, Mathilde ter Heijne, Antje Majewski, Amy Patton, Jen Ray, Juliane Solmsdorf, additionally featuring collaborators Katrin Plavcak and Mathilde Rosier. Works included in this exhibition have evolved out of discussion and common interest within the extended network of ff during the last year in Berlin and Vienna.
This show will evolve with our program.
Including live photo sessions for the project Gentle Men
“Two female artists are looking for volunteers who are not afraid to have their testicles photographed. The photographs will be exhibited in an art gallery. Models will remain anonymous and will receive a copy of the photograph in exchange for their time.”
Galerie Lisa Ruyter
Kantgasse 3/20, 1010 Wien
+43 1 505 6100