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Prologue 1: Art Activism – White Cube vs Public Space

Time: Wednesday 22 June 2016 from 15:00 to 19:00
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Venue: Historisk Museum (Frederiks gate 2) and KORO (Kristian Augusts gate 23)

The seminar explores different aspects of art activism from a gender, queer, feminist and participatory perspective. What is the difference between presenting art with a political perspective in an art space, versus presenting it in a public space? How does the choice of exhibition venue affect the impact or force of political messages?

Contributors and organisations:

Professor Mikkel Bolt, University of Copenhagen
Artist Zanele Muholi, South Africa
Performance artist Kate Pendry, Norway / UK
Theater director Pia Maria Roll, Oslo
Artist, writer and activist Marius von der Fehr, Norway / Spain
Ted Kerr, writer and activist, NY
Juan Puntes, curator and director of WhiteBox, NY

Organised by First Supper Symposium in collaboration with Kunstplass [10] and Oslo Photo Art School.

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Supported by KORO.

Lesbian history and identity
Zanele Muholi and Sofia Hultin in conversation

Time: Saturday 18th June at 14:00 - 15:30

Venue: Eldorado book store /Pride House, Oslo

Two acclaimed artists discuss their projects during Oslo Pride, which highlight lesbian history and identity. Hultin’s I’m Every Lesbian – Oslo, is a walking tour of the city, based on interviews with local LGBTQ residents as part of Munchmuseet on the Move. Muholi presents the exhibition Mina/Meg - A Feminist, Artist and Activist Queer exhibition, which opens at Historical Museum (just after the talk) organized Kunstplass [10] and Inkayiso.

Participants: Artists Zanele Muholi and Sofia Hultin chaired by Natalie Hope O’Donnell (curator, Munchmuseet on the Move) and Vibeke Hermanrud (Kunstplass [10]).

Zanele Muholi (foto: Kunstplass [10, 2015]) and Sofia Hultin (foto: Casia Bromberg 2016)

MINA/MEG exhibition, exchange program and seminars are supported by:





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