FATALE Spring Salon 2009: Anthology Works was initiated by FATALE and produced in collaboration with Iaspis, Konstnärsnämnden, Stockholm, May 31, 2009.
Special guests were Jane Rendell and Doina Petrescu.
FATALE presented an architectural salon exploring and producing “feminist space”. Two collections of feminist writings in architecture theory were the point of departure for the event, bringing together editors/architects of these anthologies: Doina Petrescu, Altering Practices: Feminist Politics and Poetics of Space (2007) and Jane Rendell, Gender Space Architecture (2000).
In dialogue with these, the participants in the salon were invited to project their thoughts and dreams into a future anthology – building feminism. The salon “Anthology Works” was the first of a series, which addresses the making of an anthology of feminist architecture theory and spatial practice. The salons open up to a public interested in getting involved and collaborating in this work together with FATALE.
Project manager was Magnus Ericson, and project coordinator was Sara Teleman, Iaspis. Camera and editing by Tina Willgren.
Link to program