2/9 2014 6 pm
Isa Genzken is an exceptional artist in many ways. Her works are multilayered, her international success is remarkable. She is highly recognized by the international art scene, which to some extent functions as a resonant space for artistic production. Nevertheless, most readings of her oeuvre show that she is an artist who refuses any “feminine principle”.
In her presentation Vanessa Joan Müller takes Genzken as an example to inquire the strategies female artists developed during the male dominated postwar period – especially in the 1980s – in order to stop gendering positions.
Lecture in German
Admission EUR 2
Free with entrance ticket or annual ticket