Art on the MOve

ART ON THE MOVE

Art on the MOve is a collaboration between Museum Ostwall and Internationales Frauen* Film Fest Dortmund+Köln.

Art on the MOve Nicole Grothe und Maxa Zoller

Nicole Grothe (l.) and Maxa Zoller (r.) in front of Nan Goldins »Misty doing her make-up«, 1991, at the Museum Ostwall.

 

Art on the MOve combines visual art from the collection of the Museum Ostwall (MO) with contemporary women auteur films. Based on the MO’s current collection presentation Body & Soul. Thinking, Feeling, Brushing Teeth, Maxa Zoller, director of the Internationales Frauen* Film Fest Dortmund+Köln (IFFF Dortmund+Köln), and Nicole Grothe, head of the MO’s collection and curator of the exhibition, have devised several events that draw on artworks and films to stimulate discussions on topics like age, body optimisation, black self-empowerment or gender.

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To kick things off, the film Genderation by Monika Treut was shown online during the festival in June 2021 and the director and jury member in the International Feature Film Competition visited Dortmund for a double screening with Gendernauts and Genderation.

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Art on the MOve

Art on the MOve is a collaboration between Museum Ostwall and IFFF Dortmund+Köln. Based on the current collection presentation »Body & Soul« we draw on artworks and films to stimulate discussions on topics like age, body optimisation, black self-empowerment or gender.

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