Local non-profit arts space Grey Project collaborates with Seoul's Space One to interrogate gender hierarchy
Breaking the glass ceiling
TALK & PANEL
It might be the fastest growing region in the world but Asia isn’t exactly meeting its huge economic potential, and some of that might have to do with the huge numbers of women who are still left out of the labour force. Theorists Amy Ireland and Patricia Reed come together for "Gender Hierarchy: On Critiquing Verticality and Looking Towards Diversified Geometry", a talk that addresses the limitations that women face within the workplace as the gender gap continues to increase. Moderated by Seoul-based artist InYoung Yeo, a panel discussion with academics Tania Roy and Clare Veal will follow.
As allegations of sexual harassment seem to be sprout up everywhere from the paddy field to the CEO's corner office, definitions of gender discrimination have been called into question. Through video, photography, mixed-media and sculpture, the artists — InYoung Yeo, TcoET (Dew Kim & Luciano Zubillaga), Stephanie Jane Burt and Priyageetha Dia — offer a personal take on what gender hierarchy means to them, exploring the subtle influence of internalized misogyny to the overt hypersexualization in advertising.
14 September to 18 Oct 2018, Grey Projects
Australia-based German artist MAN.De (Mandy Schöne-Salter) will create a mural outside of Grey Project in Tiong Bahru. Schöne-Salter's mural considers issues of trust between women and the misogynistic societies they live in. The mural will remain on view for the duration of the exhibition.
14 September to 18 October 2018, Grey Projects
Inspired by the online community Sister, DJ LINNÉA started No Shade, a bimonthly event, as well as DJ mentoring and training program for female and non-binary beginner DJs, in collaboration with nightclub ACUD MACHT NEW and funded by Musicboard Berlin. LINNÉA will be helming the decks alongside RAH of Darker than Wax and Cats on Crack at the wildly successful music pop-up TUFF CLUB.