The Female Perspective
As part of my year programme at Castrum Peregrini, I proudly presents the one-off magazine The Female Perspective. The magazine is published by Castrum Peregrini and edited in collaboration with Mister Motley.
‘The Female Perspective is not so much about the question of what the female perspective is, but rather about what we can learn when we listen to women’s stories.‘
Highlights of the programme 2017/2018
The Female Perspective consisted of a series of exhibitions, performances, artist talks and lectures. Participating artists and contributors included Mieke Bal, Alexis Blake, Katerina Gregos, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Annet Mooij, Wendelien van Oldenborgh, Renée Turner and many more.
The magazine also contains an exhibition guide to Some Things Hidden, an exhibition in two parts that took place in Castrum Peregrini from 18 to 26 November 2017 and has its second chapter in Framer Framed from 19 January to 11 March 2018. The Some Things Hidden part of the magazine is focused on the exhibition concept and the participating artists, with texts based on interviews by Lietje Bauwens. The artists in Some Things Hidden are: Hélène Amouzou, Alexis Blake, Sara Blokland, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Zhana Ivanova, Bertien van Manen, Charlott Markus, Shana Moulton, Femmy Otten, Marijn Ottenhof, Cauleen Smith and Batia Suter.
The book is designed by Atelier Roosje Klap, who also designed the campaign for The Female Perspective.
The magazine is available for the public from 18th January 2018 at Castrum Peregrini and at Framer Framed during the exhibition Some Things Hidden.