ƒƒ Collaborations brings together artworks that were created during the first year and a half of ƒƒ by members and invited guests. For ƒƒ, collaboration is a central working method. It connects individual artists who have their own working practices by initiating encounters and creating new languages. ƒƒ uses a variety of artistic practice to respond to the powerful dynamism within the group.
Artists exhibiting in ƒƒ Collaborations: Magdalena Bichler, Melanie Bonajo, Nine Budde, Alice Cohen /ƒƒ, Cullinan Richards, Ahu Dural, Memo Glitzer Trixi, Delia Gonzalez /ƒƒ, Lydia Hamann, Mathilde ter Heijne / ƒƒ, Eva Hettmer, J&K (Janne Schäfer and Kristine Agergaard), Julia Lazarus, Antje Majewski /ƒƒ, Kaj Osteroth, Amy Patton, Katrin Plavcak /ƒƒ, Jen Ray /ƒƒ, Mathilde Rosier, Tanja Schomaker, Ulrika Segerberg, Juliane Solmsdorf /ƒƒ, Melissa Steckbauer /ƒƒ, Alex Tennigkeit, Mirjam Thomann
ƒƒ Collaborations is part of Temporary Autonomous Zone /2 A frame for
a living and evolving network of women artists. This network is formed
around a constantly shifting discussion of contemporary feminist and
participatory practices. The program of Temporary Autonomous Zone / 2
includes collaborative performances by female guest artists, as well as
discussions, film screenings, and other events.
Guided Tour of the Exhibition Collaborations
Participants in the events in the program of Temporary Autonomous Zone /2: Andrea Buddensieg, Elke Buhr, Valerie Chartrain, Sonja Cvitkovic, Christina Dimitriadis, Kathi von Dolffs, Clare Gasson, Melissa Gordon, Mathilde ter Heijne /ƒƒ, Henrietta Huldisch, Renata Kaminska, Dr. Hanne Loreck, Birgit Megerle, Michaela Meise, Michaela Melian, Miko, Suzana Milewska, Julia Alida Müschen, Otobong Nkanga, Julia Philipps, Gianna Prein, Nina Prader /ƒƒ, Tonia Reeh, Fiona Rukschcio, Tanja Schomaker, Anna Steinert, Magda Tothova /ƒƒ, Els Vandeweyer, Joanna Warsza, Ruth Weismann, Ayca Nina Zuch
ƒƒ is a constantly evolving group of feminist artists founded in 2011. The Temporary Autonomous Zone is a frame for a living network of women artists. This network is formed around a constantly shifting discussion of contemporary feminist and participatory practices. Initiated and organized by ƒƒ, the Temporary Autonomous Zone has developed out of meetings between more than sixty female artists over the past few months. It creates an autonomous space to realize art projects, performances, lectures, discussions, film evenings, parties, and other events.
Erogenous Zone explores how women reflect upon and experience sexuality and eroticism today, and aims to create new contexts and frameworks for continued discussion about these topics.
Artists exhibiting in Erogenous Zone: Magdalena Bichler | Melanie Bonajo | Nine Budde | Eli Cortiñas | Sonja Cvitkovic | Christina Dimitriadis | Béatrice Dreux | Mary Beth Edelson | Simone Gilges | Mariola Groener | Guðný Guðmundsdóttir | Allison Halter | Mathilde ter Heijne / ƒƒ | Malin Holgersson | J&K / Janne Schäfer and Kristine Agergaard | Antje Majewski / ƒƒ | Kirsten Palz | Julia Phillips | Katrin Plavcak / ƒƒ | Jen Ray / ƒƒ | Nina Rhode | Fiona Rukschcio | Eva T. Schippers | Frauke Schmidt | Tanja Schomaker | Sarah Schumann | Juliane Solmsdorf / ƒƒ | Annie Sprinkle & Beth Stephens | Valerie Stahl von Stromberg | Melissa Steckbauer / ƒƒ | Betty Tompkins | Magda Tothova / ƒƒ | Ellie de Verdier | Katharina Wulff
Guided Tour of the Exhibition Erogenous Zone
Saturday 23.3.2013 at 3 pm / Saturday 6.4.2013 at 3 pm
Organized by Tanja Schomaker