Women on the Line

Women on the Line, A.I.R. Gallery, New York
OTHER FREQUENCIES ..... (beyond the veil) ....
13 januari - 5 februari
Women on the Line, A.I.R. Gallery

Vernissage fredag 13 januari kl 18-22

Tjärhovsgatan 44, Stockholm, hitta hit.
Öppettider: onsdag– fredag 12–18, lördag – söndag 12–16.


Women on the Line
A.I.R. Gallery meets Studio 44

Susan Bee, Daria Dorosh, Yvette Drury Dubinsky, Maxine Henryson, Carolyn Martin, Louise McCagg, Jay Moorthyz, Sylvia Netzer, Ann Pachner, Kathleen Schneider, Joan Snitzer, Susan Stainman, Erica Stoller, Nancy Storrow, Jane Swavely, Julia Westerbeke


Curated by Joan Snitzer

January 13 - February 5, 2017

Women on the Line explores the formal and metaphorical implications of lines. To suggest that someone or something is “on the line” is to acknowledge both its vulnerability and necessity.

This metaphor is particularly potent for the artists of A.I.R. Gallery, whose 45-year old mission has always been to support a demographic of artists whose work has been systematically underrepresented and critically under-recognized. Their feminist desires and demands have been embedded into the structure of the gallery and continue to unfold in their artistic practices. To this day, some A.I.R. artists explicitly create feminist projects while others address feminism in more abstract modes. The intent is not to identify an essentializing femininity; rather, the exhibition demonstrates how feminist artists today are furthering women artists’ concerns through formal and emotive techniques.


Information, Stockholm:
Annica Einarson annica.einarson@ownit.nu
Anna Stina Rehnström annastina.rehnstrom@gmail.com


O T H E R    F R E Q U E N C I E S 
...... (beyond the veil) .......


For the past year artists Geraldine Hudson and Per Åhlund have been researching and considering our human fascination to communicate with the dead.

Taking into consideration the popular 19th century practice of seances, the discourse regarding the state of death as an existential one and the practice of death rituals throughout different time periods and cultures, they have gathered photographic and sound base material, resulting in a piece to be presented in three parts.

The first part, manifesting as an installation, shall be unveiled on Friday 13th of January in the Project Room, Studio 44.

Pils Design