Cape Town

Interventions in the public space can act both as art and as activism, and is increasingly seen as an important element of publicly stage protest.  The second project event, to be held at the University of Cape Town in February 2018, is an interactive exploration of feminist interventions in memory battles held in the current epicentre of such activist art, South Africa. The focus will be on artists, activists, curators and civil society organisations such as NGOs who engage in feminist debates and will ask at what point art might turn into activism; what counter-narratives have emerged or how interventions in the public space can be used as protest against existing narratives of a violent past; and how women artists and activists write themselves into representations of the past.  Second genderjusticememory conference, 7-9 February, Cape Town.

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Participants

Richard Chelin

Liliana Mendoza Ortiz

Sheena Magenya

Shastry Njeru

Dr Marje Jobson

Dr Ester Muinjangue

Dr Alex Hibbett Diez Canseco

Natalia Iguiñiz

Professor Rashida Manjoo

Shanel Johannes

Dr Daniela Romero-Amaya

Lucia Bastos and Inês Virginia Prado Soares

Links

This is a list of links to websites which we believe in some way tie in with the performing component of our project discussed in Cape Town. If you would like your website to be linked to our project, please contact genderjusticememory@gmail.com  for details.

wwww.thisisthenest.com

www.komola.co.uk

www.seventheplay.come

www.mothertongue.co.za

www.awpn.org

www.uncomfortwomen.com/m/en/index.php