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Queer*fem* magaZINES. Queer and Feminist Publishing in Art and Culture

25.02.2023 — 04.06.2023
Generali Foundation Study Center, Altstadt (Rupertinum)

Curators: Stefanie Grünangerl, Jürgen Tabor


In cooperation with Paris Lodron University Salzburg / Fachbereich Kommunikation and Interuniversitäre Einrichtung Wissenschaft und Kunst / Programmbereich Zeitgenössische Kunst und Kulturproduktion and gendup of Paris Lodron University Salzburg

Teachers: Elke Zobl, Ricarda Drüeke, Laila Lucie Huber, Bettina Egger

Students: Alba Malika Belhadj Merzoug, Berina Burek, Carina Dala, Sarah Greisberger, Ilvy Irnberger, Pauline Jordan, Maximilian Kaufmann, Victoria Knapp, Tanja Kurz, Hildegard Maier, Marie-Luise Maier, Anja Müller-Eschenbrücher, Tobias Posawetz, Simon Prommegger, Hannah Schwaiger, Egon Stocchi, Lea Wiednig, Angelika Wienerroither, Alina Wörgötter

25.02.2023 — 04.06.2023
Generali Foundation Study Center, Altstadt (Rupertinum)

Curators: Stefanie Grünangerl, Jürgen Tabor


In cooperation with Paris Lodron University Salzburg / Fachbereich Kommunikation and Interuniversitäre Einrichtung Wissenschaft und Kunst / Programmbereich Zeitgenössische Kunst und Kulturproduktion and gendup of Paris Lodron University Salzburg

Teachers: Elke Zobl, Ricarda Drüeke, Laila Lucie Huber, Bettina Egger

Students: Alba Malika Belhadj Merzoug, Berina Burek, Carina Dala, Sarah Greisberger, Ilvy Irnberger, Pauline Jordan, Maximilian Kaufmann, Victoria Knapp, Tanja Kurz, Hildegard Maier, Marie-Luise Maier, Anja Müller-Eschenbrücher, Tobias Posawetz, Simon Prommegger, Hannah Schwaiger, Egon Stocchi, Lea Wiednig, Angelika Wienerroither, Alina Wörgötter

The exhibition turns the spotlight on periodicals, zines, and comics that provide a platform for feminist and queer perspectives in art and culture. It illuminates not just how vital such publication projects are to the dissemination and visibility of feminist and queer art, but also how publishing as artistic practice can be rethought in queer-feminist terms. The selection of exhibits ranges from periodicals from the second-wave women’s movement, which envisioned a union of art and politics, to alternative forms of self-publishing and zine culture in which the do-it-yourself principle anchors an emancipatory and empowering stance, and on to publication projects that draw cross-connections to questions of migration, postcoloniality, dis/ability, and more.

The exhibition is conceived and realized in collaboration with students at Paris Lodron University Salzburg and Mozarteum University Salzburg.



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