Taking a number of influential works of feminist labour activism from the 1970s and 80s as a point of departure, Bodies of Work brings together ten international and Australian artists to examine women’s work both inside and outside the home.

Featured Artists: Berwick Street Film Collective, Ursula Biemann, Manuela Gernedel, The Hackney Flashers, Sidsel Meineche Hansen & Therese Henningsen, Morag Keil, Eugenia Lim, Sandra Lahire, Emma Phillips & Zoe Marni Robertson 

Curator: Benison Kilby

Join us for the opening on Wednesday May 8 at 6pm, featuring ‘Disaffective Play,’ a performance by Zoe Marni Robertson at 7pm. Professor Lisa Adkins will be giving a talk on ‘Social Reproduction in the Neoliberal Era: Payments, Leverage and the Minskian Household’ on Saturday May 11 at 2pm. 

Image: The Hackney Flashers, image from the slide-kit ‘Domestic Labour and Visual Representation’, 1980, courtesy of The Hackney Flashers Archive, Bishopsgate Institute, London. 

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WHEN

8 May 2019 until 1 June 2019
12:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Where

Bus Projects
Melbourne

FREE EVENT

OPENING NIGHT
Wednesday May 8
6pm – 8pm

Featuring a performance by Zoe Marni Robertson

SPECIAL EVENT
Talk by Professor Lisa Adkins: Social Reproduction in the Neoliberal Era
Saturday May 11, 2pm

OPENING HOURS
Tuesday – Friday
12pm – 6pm
Saturday
10am – 4pm

ACCESSIBILITY
Wheelchair Accessibile

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