Performing Gender brings together audiovisual artworks that explore new perspectives of gender and identity in contemporary art. The works in the exhibition deconstruct, question and criticise the relationships between gender and society through theatrical performance, documentary filmmaking, and experimental film that blur the lines of male-female binary conformity. The body becomes a focus for debate about social boundaries and a quest for non-corporeal identity through which the work is expressed and experienced.
Two posters designed for the Familiar Machiens exhibition. Familiar Machines brings together works which explore the movement of body and machine through public and online space. The exhibition presents mechanisms of power and feminine governance that question patriarchal systems, and reinforce ideas around social disobedience.
A booklet for the group exhibition entitled Mass, featuring work by Backlit members. Mass approaches the traditional group show with darling experiments in co-production that coalesce notions of: artist labour, materiality, re-enactment, volumne, accumulation, veneration and dismissal.
A poster created for Haroon Mirza and Eva-Maria Raschpichler’s joint exhibition at Backlit.