2018 marks the centenary of women gaining voting rights in Poland,also in the UK and many other countries. Centrala in the exhibition 100 Years, SO What? present what this centenary means for women in contemporary society. Juxtaposing the political and social debate on emancipation at the beginning of the 20th century with contemporary artistic practices (suchasselfie-feminism), the exhibition aims to create a cultural and social space for discussion of the position of women in contemporary society.
Today͛s world needs transgression from the growing level of inequality and injustice to significantly new space.
We have invited artists and activists for to discuss the centenary of women͛s emancipation is a centenary which mirrors the people͛s struggle to get rid of many injustices arising from gender inequality.
The discussion will be chaired by exhibition curator Urszula Chowaniec (UCL)
The Feminist Work for Change – Sarah Silverwood and Katy Sadler