Part of The GENDERhouse Festival.
EXHIBITION AT THE WOMAN'S MUSEUM
OBS! Ticket is bought at the door.
Dates: 31. august - 27. September (excluding Mondays)
Time: The Women's Museum opening hours (10.00 - 16.00/17.00/20.00)
Talking GENDERS Youth Exhibition queers the walls, halls and staircases of The Women's Museum with an artistic take over that consists of bold and daring multi media art works by a selection of young artists aged 16-26 recruited from Denmark, France and U.K. Each of the young artists works tackle themes of gender, sexuality and identity from youthful perspectives. The exhibition features photography, video and sound installations that give visibility to young artists living in todays’ society.
The Talking GENDERS Youth Exhibition is the result of three international community engagement projects led by Himherandit Productions in Denmark, France and U.K between 2016-2017, titled Talking GENDERS Youth Projects.
These three community engagement projects recruited young persons to take part in intensive artist development programs where young persons engaged in intensive workshops and artistic mentoring facilitated by professional guest artists. The results were an astounding collection of 33 diverse artworks that are now for the first time being brought together for this collective exhibition that show cases the talents of the young artists works from France, Denmark and U.K.
Tone Haldrup Lorenzen,Nick Finegan,Noe Warren, Daisy Beamont, Caroline Desmet, David Hanagan, Chaz Howkins, Colin Lievens, Mathias Hvidberg Jorgensen, Ditte Johanne Krogh Bertelsen, Rosa Carmel Vrij, Isabella Ardoleda Tovar, Sara-Jeanine Heidenstrom, Signe Heinfell Tolboll, Nanna Bjerre-Christensen Guilmette Dhem, Lamia Chakroun, Chloe Grep, Chloe Vendrome, Emma Fichelle, Ines Pastille, Eva Decrois, Theo Serra, Camille Guenebeaud
Directors & Artistic Mentors: Andreas Constantinou/Dagmara Bilon/Ida Frost
Curator: Dagmara Bilon
Guest Teachers: Christoffer Brekne, Noelia Mora Selvez, Rikke Hansen, Jeppe Cohrt, Lucy McCormick, Travis Alabanza, Nicola Hunter, Rachel Cherry, Laura Hemming Lowe