Korean artist Lee Bul’s artistic oeuvre is permeated with theoretical musings tied to a specific era of feminist thinking. While her large-scale solo exhibition from 2018, ‘Crash’ at Gropius Bau, spanned several decades of her work, beginning in the late 1980s until the present, there was an underlying attachment to a somewhat dated but nevertheless compelling strain of third wave feminism, espoused by thinkers such as Judith Butler and Donna Haraway, and afro-futurist author Octavia Butler.
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- Call for Artists: Paper Transformation
- The Week September 26–October 2, 2022
- Art as a Means of Survival
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- The Man Who Turned into a Rocket: An Interview with Valeo Kopysov
- The Week September 19–25, 2022
- ‘Uprising’ at Schloss Görne
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