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Exhibition “To Become Two” and Salon in the Netherlands

Our former fellow Alex Martinis Roe’s exhibition “To Become Two” is co-presented by Casco – Office for Art, Design and Theory and If I Can’t Dance, I Don’t Want To Be Part Of Your Revolutions in the Netherlands.
“To Become Two” is an exhibition that brings together six films from artist Alex Martinis Roe’s long-term research project that traces the genealogy of “feminist new materialist” and “sexual difference” theories through her engagement with different international feminist communities and their political practices, historically and today. The six films are presented in a modular architectural installation designed with Fotini Lazaridou-Hatzigoga that allows for multiple encounters within the exhibition and speaks to the project’s trajectory: commenced in 2014, To Become Two also includes workshops, performances, and an artist’s book, and will later travel onwards to ar/ge kunst, Bolzano, and The Showroom, London.

Opening: 19 November 2016, 3–6pm, artist floor talk at 3:15pm
Exhibition: 20 November 2016 to 29 January 2017

Casco – Office for Art, Design and Theory
Lange Nieuwstraat 7
3512 PA Utrecht
The Netherlands

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As part of the exhibition, If I Can’t Dance, I Don’t Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution / Dutch Art Institute presents a day-long salon with Alex Martinis Roe and guests titled “Our Future Network: Historiography, Public Speaking, and Collective Difference”.

Alex Martinis Roe will host a group of invited guests to stage proposals and responses to ideas and methodologies presented in her feature-length film “Our Future Network” (2016). The day-long salon will comprise lectures and presentations from invited guests including Deborah Withers; a screening of “Our Future Network”; and live contributions from participants in the film including the choreographer Cécile Bally and the literature and gender studies scholar Vasso Belia who, with fellow members of the Gender Studies programme at Utrecht University, will enact some of the propositions for new feminist political practices.

11 December 2016, 1–6pm

Plantage Doklaan 8
1018 CM Amsterdam
The Netherlands

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