‘Salon for a Speculative Future’ – Sharon Kivland featured in exhibition and performative events to celebrate Women’s History Month

2019-03-15 Salon for a Speculative Future - Picture taken form Monika Oeschsler, Chisenhale Studios Image taken from @MonikaOeschsler

Salon for a Speculative Future is an exhibition and a performative events platform organised by Monika Oechsler & Monica Biagioli in celebration of Women’s History Month.

Salon for a Speculative Future
Chisenhale Art Place, Chisenhale Studios London E3 5QZ
Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 March 2019, 12PM – 6PM
Private View on Friday 15 March 2019, 6PM – 9PM

Salon for a Speculative Future champions and creatively highlights female contributions to society and culture. Thirty artists have designed individual art works, pamphlets, banners and posters, honouring their choice of key female figures, both known and unknown, who inspire their work and thinking. The collection of artworks, the Salon Material Collection for the Future, will be available later in form an online publication and will be added to, hence grow and expand, over time through further reiterations of the Salon project.

During the private view the exhibition is accompanied by live performances, sound work and screenings of moving image work.

Participating artists:

Monica Biagioli, Cecile Emanuelle Borra, Maria Chevska, Judith Cowan, Claire Davies, Nooshin Farhid, Rachel Garfield, Denise Hawrysio, Marie von Heyl, Rosemary Hogarth, Susan Johannknecht, Claudia Kappenberg, Sharon Kivland, Karen Russo, Catherine Steed, Marie Pierre Leroux, Katharina Ludwig, Ruth Maclennan, Jo Mitchell, Katharine Meynell, Christina Mitrentse, Monika Oechsler, Helen Robertson, Lena Serafin, Naomi Siderfin, Pam Skelton, Mo Throp, Myriam Thyes, Jessica Vorsanger, Elizabeth Wright

Dr Sharon Kivland is a Reader in Fine Art at Sheffield Hallam University. Find out more about Sharon Kivland’s books and other works here.

Image from Monika Oechsler @MonikaOechsler

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