A Feminist art salon – London-Berlin – for women artists, writers and curators living in both cities. Saturday 15 March,
This event will be held at two venues simultaneously:
London: Beaconsfield, 22 Newport Street, London, SE11 6AY, 2.00-4.00 pm (local time, GMT).
Berlin: Sophiensæle, Sophienstraße 18, 10178 Berlin, Germany, 3.00-5.00 pm (local time, CET)
Free event, but registration essential: firstname.lastname@example.org
This feminist art salon involves a unique partnership between n.paradoxa and ff group based in Berlin, with Beaconsfield, using the telematics setup of Station House Opera who have created a performance between Beaconsfield, London and Sophiensæle, Berlin, for three weeks in March.
Participants will be connecting by a TV projection screen linking the two venues and by Skype connections. Participants can attend in London or Berlin. Participants are encouraged to bring their laptops or computers to take part and show recent works.
This event is a continuation of the n.paradoxa’s feminist art salons which ran at Beaconsfield last year from March-December 2013. These salons were a networking and exchange event for women artists, writers, critics and curators who readily identify themselves with feminist art practices and would like to discuss feminist ideas, recent and/or future opportunities and art projects.
This one-off event is an extension of this activity linking women from London and Berlin but will involve more structured debates and conversations around specific topics.
The editor of n.paradoxa, Katy Deepwell will be in London as well as contributors to the journal. Mathilde ter Heijne will be present in Berlin. Members of ff group will be present in London and Berlin.
N.B. This event is not a talk or seminar, nor is it a space for formal presentations.
This is not an event for (undergraduate) students, for “crits” or portfolio reviews.
Enquiries: email@example.com or to register (for London Berlin)
and we will email you with further details.
Please also send in your email 2 lines (i.e. brief information) about who you are
(i.e.your name and whether you are an artist/critic/writer/curator/artworker/scholar/lecturer)
and what you want to discuss or present for discussion
(i.e. suggested topic, title of recent or future project/ book/catalogue/ new work/latest exhibition/event in which you are involved).