Online Exhibition Opening on October 5 at 6 p.m.
The exhibition will be open until October 8.
This year, the City of Women festival has given special attention to the porosity between the archive and the wider space where an exposition of archive material wishes to shed light on the establishment of the performative scene and practices that were presented in the festival history. The first in line of events aimed at revitalizing the archive will seek the lines of flight and the genealogies of different directions and phenomena, as well as notate individual art practices with an emphasis on the chosen performative artists who have collaborated with the City of Women and will be presented to the foreign professional public. The event will span several days and include its online exhibition of chosen video materials by chosen performative artists and their productions in collaboration with the Network Museum, available at: http://mrezni-muzej.mg-lj.si/
ARTISTS: Miljana Babić, Uršula Cetinski, Maja Delak, Leja Jurišić, Barbara Kapelj, Mala Kline, Kolektiv Tatovi podob, Bara Kolenc, Ema Kugler, Barbara Kukovec, Tanja Lazetić, Nina Meško, Andreja Rauch Podrzavnik, Sinja Ožbolt, Jelena Rusjan, Simona Semenič, Katarina Stegnar, Irena Tomažin, Tina Valentan, Lana Zdravković (Kitch), Nataša Živković.
Guided tours available: October 6–8, 3 p.m.; 3.30 p.m.; 4 p.m.
Tickets: 10 EUR, 7 EUR (študentje, upokojenci)
Musica Femina is a two‑year project of cooperation between four international partners who share their views on gender equality in the field of culture and art. By 2020, they will carry out various activities across various local environments, highlighting the creativity of women in music, providing female artists with the possibility of new projects and transnational mobility, proposing discourse programmes, and implementing structural changes in the field of equality in the music industry.
Opening address and presentation of the Musica Femina exhibition in Vienna: Irene Suchy (maezenatentum.at, Vienna).
Presentation of partners and the discussion on questions of women in music in local contexts: Bettina Wackernagell (Heroines of Sound, Berlin), Samu Gryllus (Gryllus Kft, Budapest), Nina Dragičević, Teja Reba (Mesto žensk, Ljubljana).