Especially for those underrepresented and marginalized by art history, visibility today is needed more than ever to counter the revisionary narratives of visual culture. This is also why we understand the documentation of our work as an integral part of a feminist practice. Archives preserve and sustain knowledge, visualize networks, and credit those involved in projects.
Amira Hartmann whose spaces/breaking defaults (2023)
– Solo exhibition at MARS, Frankfurt/Main
Womxn Week Offenbach (2023)
– Display with Klingspor Museum at Rathaus Offenbach
ora forma (2022)
– Group exhibition at Blumen Ora Ora, Frankfurt/Main
"Feminist critique and the institution museum" (2023)
Lecture by Naomi Rado as part of an undergrad seminar at Institute of Art Pedagogy, Goethe University Frankfurt
"Female spaces in the arts" (2023)
Talk between Cecily Ogunjobi and Naomi Rado at SCHIRN BookClub, part of the exhibition "Niki de Saint Phalle"
"Kunst im feministischen Diskurs"
– Interview published in Mut & Liebe Offenbach (2023)
"Weibliche Positionen in der Kunst stärken"
– Interview published in SCHIRN Mag (2022)
– Interview published in Dilated Stories catalog (2022)