Domestic Systemic Pandemic är en grupputställning med lokala och internationella konstnärer mot patriarkalt våld. Livestreamad vernissage, onlineutställning och dagliga installationer i gallerifönstret hos Detroit Gallery i Stockholm.
Utställningen är arrangerad av Amnesty Latinamerika, La Dekoloniala! och Galleri Majkens. I samarbete med Detroit Stockholm, PeaceWorks Stockholm, Schools for the Future och Latinamerikagrupperna.
Denna sida är utställningens huvudsida som kommer fyllas med bilder på konstnärernas verk, videolänkar och vi agerar även som en infocentral med övriga länkar som skickar er vidare till våra samarbetspartners sidor och deras sociala medier som rör utställningen.
Window exhibitions/fönsterutställningar, video streams, artist talks and other happenings
Vernissage: Live-streamed 'Pater Familias' Rossana Mercado-Rojas performative installation (paint on printed documents) with 'Fatherland/La Patria' Spoken Word by Princess Jiminez Beltre, filmed by Patricia Wallin/Amnesty
Performance by Sarai Alvarez-Yo La Negra wearing 'Velo Social' by Steph Orozco. Streamed by La Dekoloniala!
Window exhibition kl 12-17: 'My Body is Not For Sale'
Amina Zoubir, collage on paper, mixed media
Window exhibition kl 12-16: 'Domesticated'
Magdalena Blom, drawing, fur and obedience training
Film: 'Maria in No Man's Land' 2011, Documentary, 1h 26m, Marcela Zamora Chamorro -Streamed, zoom-talk afterwards
Window exhibition kl 12-17: 'Ta kontrollen'
Mojgan Hassani, ceramic installation and Art Lottery
Film kl 17: 'Konsten att döda en politiker'
Åsa Faringer and Ulf Hultberg. Streamed in Amnesty's fb-page.
Zoom-talk afterwards (Spanish w Swedish subtitles)
Window exhibition, kl 12-17: 'Lump' by Irina Laaja, textile
Angélica Cháves Cáceres video piece 'Power ignores that water boils' projected in the gallery space. Viewable from outside, also viewable online.
New work added to the exhibition: posters by Hysterix and Insurgentes. Musicalized Poem in audio by Marita Rodríguez (Las Insurgentes)
Window exhibition, kl 12-17: 'Den Ursprungliga AbyaYala' by Sarai Alvarez - Yo La Negra, wet-and needle felting
'Jus Sanguinis' and 'Madre Patria' video by Daniela Ortiz, will be projected in the gallery space. Viewable from outside, and online.
'Pato Negro' video by Paloma madrid will be projected in the gallery space, viewable from outside.
'Cama Re-Adaptation' video performance by Liz K. Penuela will be projected in the gallery space. Viewable from outside, also viewable online.
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We proudly present Domestic Systemic Pandemic, an exhibition connected to the 25th of November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
The exhibition gathers seventeen local and international artists, in collaboration with different organisations to approach violence towards women as a systemic phenomena. A phenomena where many actors participate: a partner, a family member, society as a whole and state institutions. Through spoken word, performance, installation, video, painting, collage and textile, all works relate in various ways to the effects of violence. Some works are biographically based on personal experience of domestic abuse, and some relates to historical events behind the day #25N, highlighting the story of the Mirabal Sisters. Others’ concern widely protested femicides, like the Lucia Perez murder for instance, a tragic event which instigated the Latin American protest and movement “Ni Una Mas, Ni Una Menos” meaning “Not one more (death), not one (woman) less”.
Domestic Systemic Pandemic wishes to raise awareness, to provide opportunities for the audience to reflect on the different contexts where gendered violence is inflicted against women as a group. We would also like to foster discussion of our current (pandemic) times of covid-19 restrictions and lock-downs, where domestic violence towards women has grown enormously, both globally and here in Sweden. Due to these state regulations limiting the movement of its citizens the victim is being forced to spend more time with her abuser.
Due to the covid-restrictions, this event will mainly be hosted online. The performance and spoken word taking place on the vernissage is live-streamed from Detroit Stockholm Gallery.
All works are featured online, both here and on our social media, with alterning window exhibitions on display during the entire exhibition period. This process is viewable from the outside so both passers-by and online-visitors get a “safe” access to this domestic-systemic-pandemic exhibition.