Interested in understanding and supporting feminist modes of production and circulation of artists’ practices that deal with issues around gender, this project marks the coming together of three important archives: the Women’s Art Library/Make, the Open Music Archive, and the AMIW Video Lounge.
The programme combines a series of talks, workshops, roundtable discussions, and viewings hosted at Goldsmiths University of London over a three months period, and two music commissions to be premiered on the 16 November at Cafe OTO.
With: Miguel Bonneville, Genève Brossard, Ele Carpenter, Catarina Carneiro de Sousa, Hyun Jin Cho, Carla Cruz, Beatrice Dillon, Mónica Faria, Althea Greenan, Karen Gwyer, Mika Hayashi Ebbesen, Risk Hazekamp, Nina Hoechtl, Anna Jonsson, Alex Martinis Roe, Cristina Mateus, Susana Mendes Silva, Sameiro Oliveira Martins, Lara Perry, Rita Rainho, Flávio Rodrigues, Eileen Simpson, Evelin Stermitz, Francesco Ventrella, Lenka Vráblíková, Ben White.
Exploring the different forms of distribution, promotion, and preservation performed by these archives that were once living networks, All My Independent Women 2012 searches for new modes of accountability and circulation within the arts that are based on dialogue with a potential for re-invention.
27 September – 14 December | AMIW Video Lounge | Collection of video art by feminist artists belonging to All My Independent Women’s network
28 September 5-7pm | Practicing Sexual Difference | Workshop by Alex Martinis Roe
10 October 5-7pm | Archival Materials, Practices, Politics and Poetics | Workshop by Hyun Jin Cho and Nina Hoechtl
2 November 5-7pm | Feminist Curatorial Practices | Talk by Lara Perry and Francesco Ventrella
9 November 5-7pm | The Creative Commons within the Arts | Round table discussion with Ele Carpenter (Embroider Digital Commons), and Eileen Simpson & Ben White (Open Music Archive) | TBC
5 December 5-7pm | Re-engaging Archived Art Practices | Guided exploration of the Women’s Art Library and the Women’s Revolutions Per Minute archives by Althea Greenan and Mika Hayashi Ebbesen
Women’s Art Library/Make
Goldsmiths University of London
Opening Hours: Monday – Friday 10am – 5pm (Wednesdays until 7pm)
@ Cafe OTO
16 November 8pm | The Brilliant and the Dark – B Side Samples for Remix | An Open Music Archive Project | Performances by Karen Gwyer, Beatrice Dillon, and the Open Music Archive
More information can be found at http://amiw2012.blogspot.co.uk
All My Independent Women 2012 is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England
MISS’OPO will reenact the artist Carla Cruz project’s “NAVEGAR É PRECISO VIVER NÃO É PRECISO” 2009 that inspired the floor that the artist created to our space. A part of the project is a huge mural with cards sent from Carla Cruz’s friends (our friends now too) all over the world.
For it we liked to count with you collaboration, adding cards sent from our friends during February.
Finissage will be on 6th of March of 2012 – 6pm. We would be very happy with your card!
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