Kadin ProjectArbeit Gallery
Thursday 22-Mar-2012 - Saturday 31-Mar-2012
In dedication to femininity and feminism we would like to explore through this project the process of the depoliticization and the eroding feeling of solidarity and pride which seems to be taking effect within the feminist movement itself, and in the way that it is perceived
In dedication to femininity and feminism we would like to explore through this project the process of the depoliticization and the eroding feeling of solidarity and pride which seems to be taking effect within the feminist movement itself, and in the way that it is perceived. By no means can we suggest that this is a reflection of a different state of society in which feminist movements no longer have a role. Well-known realities that starkly contrast to the assertion of a historically fulfilled feminism persist. Examples vary from unequal pay-rates, unequal opportunities at work, but also fundamental issues such as women trafficking and domestic violence.
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