Taking its starting point from the working processes of Practice in Dialogue, a group of feminist artists who have been meeting over the last five years to provide peer support, collaborative working and community, this exhibition places work by the artists in the historical context of feminist art practices and the collectives that have sustained them.
Peer mentoring groups and artist collectives have been key in nourishing women artists’ practices while their work has been all too often marginalised and ignored in a male-dominated artworld. Presenting work by the Practice in Dialogue group alongside archival documents from women’s artist collectives from the 1970s onwards, this exhibition explores the dynamics of building communities and collective organising to create space for new contexts and visual languages.
Frederica Agbah, Miriam Austin, Ingrid Berthon-Moine, Phoebe Collings-James, Cécile Emmanuelle Borra, Rose Gibbs, Lora Hristova, Ala Jazayeri, Catherine Long, Ope Lori, Anja Olofgörs, Minna Pöllänen, Martina Schmücker, Lauren Schneider, NT, Karis Upton, Samiya Younis
Rose Gibbs, Catherine Long
114 Amersham Vale, London SE14 6LG, UK