Previously at the ICA - Events

Courtesy Alice Brooke

Re-Materialising Feminism

20 Jun 201421 Jun 2014

Friday Performances: 20 Jun, 6.30pm-8pm
[Warning: the Friday night event contains strobe lighting and very loud sound effects at a high frequency]
Saturday Workshop & Performance: 21 Jun, 12pm-6.30pm
£5 / Free to ICA Members each, or £8 for both days

Part I: 6-8 June 2014 at The Showroom
Part II: 20-21 June 2014 at the ICA

Re-Materialising Feminism is a collaborative project aimed at interrogating a diverse range of artistic and theoretical feminist practices in contemporary culture. The project begins as a conference and series of events, taking place across The Showroom and the ICA. A publication documenting the project will be published by Arcadia Missa publications later in 2014.

Part II of the project at the ICA comprises of a series of text-based interventions, performances, screenings and onstage conversations that reconsider older feminist strategies of representation in light of a resurgence of interest in feminism in culture and the mass media. The focus is on mapping the complex, and at times ambiguous, demands brought about by a considerable range of artistic and theoretical practices that expose the exploitation of the female subject – and even of feminism itself.

Participants include Penny Goring, Beatrice Loft-Schulz, New Noveta, Hannah Black, Rozsa Farkas, Morag Keil, Larne Abse-Gogarty, Ellen Feiss, CUNTemporary and Jay Bernard.

Organised by Alice Brooke, Rózsa Farkas and Giulia Smith. For information on the events taking place at The Showroom please visit: and

Also at the ICA:

Friday Salon: of Re-Materialising Feminism, on Fri 20 June, invites four students with a background in art practice, history and theory to respond to the programme from the standpoint of their experience and research.

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