Propositions for Feminist Collective Practice
Alex Martinis Roe (Ed.)
Berlin-based feminist artist Alex Martinis Roe (b. 1982) researched the genealogy of political practice among different feminist movements from the 1970s to the present in Europe and Australia to create To Become Two, a six-element film installation and accompanying exhibition catalog/reader. Using participant observation, oral history interviewing and archival research, Martinis Roe aims to engender new and contemporary ways to practice feminist politics and theory. Twenty women artists, writers, curators and feminist activists also collaborated with Martinis Roe to produce the research creating this in-depth project. Contributors are Alejandra Avilés, Cécile Bally, Vasso Belia, Elena Betros, Federica Bueti, Åsa Elzén, Svenja Engels, Lucia Farinati, Julia Gorostidi, Janneke Koers, Fotini Lazaridou- Hatzigoga, Deborah Ligorio, Sara Paiola, Helena Pérez, Helena Reckitt, Alex Martinis Roe, Juliette Sanchez-Lambert, Valerie Terwei, Veronica Valentini, Lea von Wintzingerode, Evelyn Wan and Lindsay Grace Weber. The Feminist collectives are Milan Women’s Bookstore Collective, Psychanalyse et Politique, Paris and the Women’s Studies at Utrecht University, Holland, in connection to the Sydney Women’s Film Group at Sydney University, Australia.
4 ¾ x 8 in. / 144 pp
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