The series Feminist Housing (Her)Stories for the Future. BERLIN, BAUHAUS and BEYOND deals with feminist approaches, discussions and practices in architecture, as well as spatial and urban planning, in which gender relations become visible as diverse asymmetrical ideas of living, relationships and professional life. Starting from the pioneers of architecture in the 1920s (focus of the first part in autumn 2019), the second part will discuss the impacts of the second women’s movement on architecture, living, housing and activism to the present in a contradictory globalized economy, presenting feminist and inclusive alternatives for the future.
The artistic and discursive works address current urban and social imbalances and develop feminist visions of urban politics for a future free of discrimination. By means of mapping, the works are situated in the urban environment of Berlin in collaboration with the Chair for Urban Design and Urbanization at TU Berlin’s Institute for Architecture.
Opening: 21.8.2020 // 18:00
& DJ T-INA Darling
Exhibition and event series with contributions by Bettina Barthel, Katarina Bonnevier, Roberta Burghardt, Prof. Dr. Kerstin Dörhöfer, fem_arc, Nanni Grau, Sarah Held, Elke Krasny & Sophie Lingg & Claudia Lomoschitz, Angelika Levi, Dorothea Nold, Cristina Perincioli, Caroline Rosenthal, Dr. Meike Schalk, Banu Çiçek Tülü, Lena Wegmann & Tabea Latocha, Martha Wegewitz, Ina Wudtke.
Curated by Katharina Koch & Sylvia Sadzinski (alpha nova & galerie futura) and Dagmar Pelger & Martha Wegewitz (CUD am Institut für Architektur der TU Berlin).
In cooperation with Helle Panke e.V..
Media partner: Missy Magazine and sub / urban.