Pic.: Marinella Senatore, from the series
“It’s time to go back to street”, 2019.





>>    WE WOMEN* ARE GOING TO INSIST
ON FIGHTING FOR OUR RIGHTS

Opening of the exhibition:
on Friday, 8 March 2019, 6 pm
in the frame of the International Women*’s Day.
Opening statement by
the anthropologist and writer Eli Krasniqi.
Protest Dance’ by Marinella Senatore performed by Gaia Arnese and Lorenzo Vanini.


Participating artists:
Zanny Begg & Elise McLeod, Eva&Co (Veronika Dreier,
Doris Jauk-Hinz, Erika Thümmel, Eva Ursprung),
Anetta Mona Chişa & Lucia Tkáčová, Kajsa Dahlberg,
Lena Rosa Händle, Marlene Hausegger,
Verena Melgarejo Weinandt / Maque Pereyra, Marta Navaridas,
Lisl Ponger, RISOGRAD, Stefanie Seibold, Selma Selman,
Marinella Senatore, #transposablearchive #feminisms (Nayarí Castillo, Maryam Mohammadi, Helene Thümmel, Asja Trost)

Responsible for the programme:
Margarethe Makovec, Anna Kohlhauser


Photos from the opening
Photos from the exhibition

Duration: 9.3.–25.5.2019

Opening Hours: MO–FR 10am–6pm, SA 12pm–4pm
Closed on Sundays and bank holidays
AS OF NOW WEDNESDAYS UNTIL 10pm


Dialogic tours through the exhibition for school classes and other groups by prior appointment:
rotor@mur.at, 0316/ 688306

Admission free!


Women* demand equal access to all spheres of social life!
This is not a historical claim, but one that is still valid today. Instead, however, backwardlooking politics is reducing the achievements that women* have fought for. Against this, we must raise our voices and use modern strategies of self-empowerment, participation and solidarity. These aspects become clear in the works presented by numerous artists.

The exhibition is dedicated to the
Styrian Network AGAINST SEXUALIZED VIOLENCE
.


The phrase "Guerilla der Aufklärung" (Guerrilla of Enlightenment) is used by courtesy of Doron Rabinovici and has been taken from the text "Aktion und Artikulation. Das Bestehen des Republikanischen Clubs" published in "Von der Kunst der Nestbeschmutzung - Dokumente gegen Ressentiment und Rassismus seit 1986", Löcker Verlag, 2009.


Programme items:

>> Wednesday, 13.3.2019, 7pm_Guided tour through the exhibition

>> Wednesday, 27.3, 24.4.
und 22.5., 7-10pm_Open Reading Circle – Collective reading of feminist literature and/or publications written by women

>> Wednesday, 10.4.2019, 7pm_Im Gespräch über die Ausstellung.
Zu Gast: Sol Haring (freie Erziehungswissenschaftlerin/
Gerontologin/ Musikerin)

>> Saturday, 4.5.2019 + Sunday, 5.5.2019_
#transponablearchive #feminisms at Lendwirbel

>> Sunday, 5.5.2019, 11am_
The Weave Assembly – Zur feministischen Kunstproduktion in der Steiermark seit 1980
in the frame of Galerientage / aktuelle kunst in graz

>> Friday, 17.5.2019, 6-8pm_Frauen*stadtspaziergang mit Ilse Wieser und Veronika Dreier: Zur Präsenz von Frauen* im öffentlichen Raum.
In Kooperation mit dem Verein Frauenservice Graz

>> Saturday, 25.5.2019, 3pm_
Guided tour on the last day of the exhibition




CRK+ GRAZ
/ March 8, 2019
Collective openings/events:
Gemeinsame Eröffnungen / Veranstaltungen von:
6pm
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"We Women* Are Going to Insist on Fighting for Our Rights"
7pm
Camera Austria

"Maria Hahnenkamp"
8pm
Grazer Kunstverein

"Sylvia Schedelbauer / Triple Candie"
10pm onwards
women* in Action: das Private ist politisch – no sh*t!

Celebration at Schauspielhaus in the frame of the International Women*´s Day


www.crkplus.org


Free Shuttle-Service on March 8, 2019:
Departure VIENNA: 3pm, opera bus stop, bus 59a /
Departure GRAZ: 11.30pm, Burgring


The exhibition could be realized with the friendly assistance of:
Stadt Graz Referat Frauen & Gleichstellung
Das Land Steiermark Abteilung 6 Bildung und Gesellschaft



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