Love & Feminism


Jodie Whalen
Amy Milhinch
Mary-Jean Richardson
Alex Cuffe
Lynn Lobo
Madison Bycroft
Grace Marlow

10/9/17 – 8/10/17

Following on from the exhibition Beyoncé is a Feminist in 2013, Love & Feminism investigates a range of responses to the relationship between Feminism and love. Connecting with an intersectional approach, the invited artists, Jodie Whalen, Amy Milhinch, Mary-Jean Richardson, Alex Cuffe, Lynn Lobo, Madison Bycroft, and Grace Marlow, open up a dialogue about the complex nature of love and how it relates to a contemporary conversation around Feminism. Curated by Brigid Noone.

Second Hand Emotions

Love & Feminism and Fontanelle has partnered with Vitalstatistix for their Adhocracy 2017 residency project – Second Hand Emotions Emotions

Each year Vitalstatistix hosts a unique artist-in-residence initiative. Guest Australian artists join us to develop a new project, working with a team of South Australian collaborators, in the two weeks leading up to Adhocracy.

This year’s commissioned project, Second Hand Emotions, is presented in partnership with artist-run initiative Fontanelle, in celebration of their relocation to Port Adelaide and the epic, multi-sited feminist art festival, FRAN FEST.

Second Hand Emotions is a process-driven, queer and discursive project responding to the provocation of ‘love and feminism’, the theme of Fontanelle’s keynote exhibition during FRAN. Led by artists Mish Grigor, Sarah Rodigari, SJ Norman, Second Hand Emotions will develop performative, documentary and other responses for presentation at Adhocracy and installation as part of Fontanelle’sFeminism and Love

Creative team: Mish Grigor, Sarah Rodigari, SJ Norman, with Celeste Martin, Grace Marlow, Jennifer Greer Holmes, Rebecca Meston, Sarah-Jayde Tracey and Suzannah Kennett Lister.

Proudly presented as part of FRAN FEST

Image: Jodie Whalen, Declaration of Love, 2016,
Installation image. HD video, tinsel curtain, hand cut confetti Image credit: Will French

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