Alok Vaid-Menon, What’s R(ace) Got To Do With It?: White Privilege & (A)sexuality, 2014
Maria Guggenbichler thinks and un-thinks, laughs, dances, plays, doubts, tricks, listens, talks, walks, organizes, works and sabotages, publishes, hides, and spoils the broth with too many cooks, partners-in-crime and friends. Projects take place in ongoing and long-term collaborations and friendships. And situate themselves in informal, often domestic and self-organized contexts. Together with her friend Amal Alhaag, Maria initiated and ran the Side Room, a platform for ex-centric cultural practices and thinking (2013-2016). They have been collaborating on many other events, programs, pranks and dances. Maria lives and works between Amsterdam and the mountains.
Residence Botkyrka is Botkyrka Konsthall’s context-specific residency programme active within the interdisciplinary field of art, architecture, food and social practices. The programme encourages new forms of artistic research and art practices that engage in a local context.
Intimacy Manifesto is organised by School in Common as part of a degree project within Curating Art, International Master’s Programme at Stockholm University. Presented with the support of Botkyrka Konsthall and Stockholm University.