To celebrate the 100-year anniversary of the women’s suffrage a group of intersectional feminists delved into the collection of the Central Museum, selecting pieces emphasising important subjects we still seem to ignore today.
Centraal Museum has teamed up with MOED, a critical research group founded by the Gender Studies research department at Utrecht University. The group explores new perspectives on diversity in the museum space. Together they examined ways to make the museum more inclusive and open to a multiplicity of spectators, coming across questions like: what does equality or inequality actually look like? The collaboration resulted in the exhibition Wat niet gezien wordt (What is left unseen), in which the white male gaze is explicitly exposed through various perspectives. Even the museum’s own collection is critically analysed by the group.
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Inez de Coo (1982) lives and breathes cinema. She studied at art academies in The Hague and London after which she began working as a professional contemporary video artist. During her Film and Photographic Studies she started researching the architecture of cinema. When she’s not working she’s discussing politics or trying to solve world problems. This hobby also reflects in her programming, resulting in a pick of exciting cinema and visual arts.
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