Lecture Performance with Minna Henriksson
Saturday, 3 June 2023, 4 pm
Curator Katja Schroeder guides through the exhibition at 3 pm.
The artist Minna Henriksson guides you through the history of scientific racism practiced by anatomists and race biologists in the Nordic countries, and the relations to German colleagues, institutions and networks. A special focus of the lecture will be how the science influenced various other disciplines, among them geography, visual art and photography.
Minna Henriksson (b. 1976, Oulu, Finland) is a visual artist working with a disparate range of tools including text, drawing, painting and linocut. She studied art in Brighton, Helsinki and Malmö. Henriksson’s work relates to leftist, anti-racist and feminist struggles, and aim at highlighting positions of power and oppression. The works are based on research and often draw from real historical events. In 2017 Henriksson was awarded with the Anni and Heinrich Sussmann Award of artistic work committed to the ideal of democracy and antifascism.
The event is held in English.
Further guided tours
Thursday, 8 June + 22 June 2023, 6 pm
Sunday, 18 June + 2 July 2023, 3 pm
Thursday, 15 June 2023, 7 pm
Artist talk: Hannimari Jokinen
Thursday, 22 June 2023 2023, 7 pm
Lecture: Anne Heith
Thursday, 29 June 2023, 7 pm
Film: Eatnameamet – Our Silent Struggle by Suvi West
Sunday, 10 September 2023, 12 pm at Kunsthaus Hamburg (2 pm at MARKK)
Tuesday, 12 Oktober 2023 (at MARKK)
Indigenous gaming and programming: Lecture/Workshop with Outi Laiti
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