RE/SISTERS - A lens on gender and ecology

The RE/SISTERS exhibition surveys the systemic links between the degradation of the planet and the oppression of women and minorities. The exhibition is rooted in ecofeminism, a movement that arose in the 1970s and is alive and kicking today. RE/SISTERS brings us eye -to -eye with activist women and communities. They are often at the forefront of advocating and caring for the planet, as they are oppressed by the same social, economic and political power structures.

The exhibition brings together works from over forty international women and gender non-confirming artists. Through photographs, videos and installations dating from 1969 to the present, we see their view of our world and habitat as allies, victims and leaders. And how they present themselves as fellow resisters, fighting systems of oppression.

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