Gallery talks — 27 Feb 2019
- Museum ticket + €3
- Museum galleries
- 27 Feb, 4 pm until 5 pm
- Main language
In this Gallery Talk, Lieke Hettinga will take the museum visitors on a tour through the permanent exhibited collection, Stedelijk BASE. Through an in-depth exploration of a selection of works, Lieke will shed light on the role of art in addressing issues of ‘in/equality’ and ‘difference’. Together, with the visitors, the tour will examine feminist aesthetic practices and their politics of representation. Informed by feminist and queer theory, Lieke will reflect on the social significance of feminism in art history and contemporary politics.
This Gallery Talk is part of the public program of MOED: Museum of Equality and Difference.
Lieke Hettinga is researcher based at the Graduate Gender Program at Utrecht University as well as the Gender Studies Department at the Central European University in Budapest. Their research is located at the intersection of queer theory, transgender studies, critical disability studies, and visual cultural studies. Lieke has a research MA in Cultural Analysis from the University of Amsterdam. Their PhD research is part of the GRACE: Gender and Cultures of Equality research project. Lieke has co-curated the exhibition ‘Footnotes on Equality’ which will open on March 8th at Casco Art Institute: Working for the Commons in Utrecht.