The duo are passionate about equality, sisterhood and worthy treatment. But also about sustainability, a small-scale approach, and a wish that our era’s overconsumption would transform into long-term, well-considered purchases that last a lifetime.
With their feminist-based, small-scale manufactured and often textile objects, they are trying to satisfy all their dreams of the future.
The objects in the exhibition are all based on thoughts about patriarchal structures in public spaces. In the “tits ’n ass” project the duo question which bodies and bodily phenomena are displayed in public spaces and which are hidden away.
In the “skin” project the focus is on the body’s tactility in relation to ageing and the absence of ageing women in the public sphere.
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