Collaborations

LEVEL We need to talk / Sharing the World
Saturday 3 February 12 – 2pm
Carlton Gardens, Melbourne
www.doingfeminism-sharingtheworld.tumblr.com

Since 2012 Brisbane feminist art collective LEVEL has been hosting picnics as a way of bringing people together for a collaborative meal and political discussion. We Need To Talk is an ongoing series of picnic participatory art events, where we celebrate the political and the personal through the sharing of food and ideas. LEVEL will be hosting another picnic this weekend as part of Doing Feminism / Sharing the World. Come along and help us develop a ‘FEM-ifesto’ on collective practice!


Doing Feminism / Sharing the World
Curated by Anne Marsh
Norma Redpath House, Melbourne
4 December 2017 – 28 February 2018
www.doingfeminism-sharingtheworld.tumblr.com

LEVEL is taking part in a residency program in January-February 2018 as part of Doing Feminism / Sharing the World. This project explores participatory art practice and collective collaborations in a three-month program of artist residencies, artist talks and a symposium. Its focus is on collaboration and participatory and public projects informed by a feminist ethics that addresses ‘sharing the world’.


Unfinished Business: Perspectives on Art and Feminism
ACCA, Melbourne
15 December 2017 – 25 March 2018
www.acca.melbourne/exhibition/unfinished-business-perspectives-on-feminism-and-art/

LEVEL is producing a new collaborative work RIGHT NOW! for the exhibition Unfinished Business in December. Asking why feminism is still relevant, necessary and critical, Unfinished Business explores trans-generational legacies, inheritances and shifts, alongside contemporary conditions and concerns – to stimulate new debates and discussions around the ‘unfinished business’ of feminism today.


f generation: feminism, art, progressions
Curated by Veronica Caven Aldous, Juliette Peers and Caroline Phillips
7 – 16 October 2015
George Paton Gallery, Melbourne

LEVEL’s work Recipe for A Revolution will be included in the upcoming exhibition f generation: feminism, art, progressions, which reconfigures the feminist history of George Paton Gallery and examines contemporary modes of provocation in feminist art practice. This major exhibition includes photography, painting, drawing, text, video, sculpture, textiles, artists’ books, printmaking and performance from over 80 Australian and international respondents who engage with the question: ‘How is feminism important to you?’


We need to talk (Recipe for A Revolution)
A project by LEVEL
GOMA, Brisbane
Picnic on the Maiwar Green | Sunday 29 June 2014

Since 2012 Brisbane feminist art collective LEVEL has been hosting picnics as a way of bringing women and their friends together for a collaborative meal and political discussion. This participatory artwork, We Need To Talk celebrates the political and the personal through the sharing of food and ideas. Past picnics have focused on the difficulties that women experience in their work and personal lives, their experiences of gender, and how we can work together for a fairer world.

LEVEL will be holding another picnic as part of the upcoming ‘Harvest‘ exhibition opening weekend. This picnic’s theme is food and revolution and you’re invited to join in. Bring along your favourite recipe (and a plate of food if you can), and join the conversation on the feminist picnic rug as we ask what role food plays in women’s lives, whether the kitchen is a playground or a battleground, and how we can use the idea of the ‘recipe’ – a shared set of ingredients and methods – as a way forward to a better world. Together we will develop a recipe for a revolution.