Join us for a NZSL (New Zealand Sign Language) interpreted tour of Guerrilla Girls: Reinventing the ‘F’ Word – Feminism! with the exhibition’s curator, Emma Jameson. This tour is especially for Deaf and hard of hearing people, their friends and families.
Dedicated to exposing discrimination in the art world, in politics, and in the film and music industries, the Guerrilla Girls is an anonymous collective of feminist activist artists. Formed as a collective more than 30 years ago, the Guerrilla Girls’ gorilla-mask costumes, bold visual language and frank, humorous messages have rendered them iconic in the history of art and as part of wider social movements. Guerrilla Girls: Reinventing the ‘F’ Word – Feminism! follows the collective’s artistic practice from 1984 until 2016 and explores how they employ bold, fun and provocative poster art to criticise ongoing biases in art and society.
This NZSL interpreted tour is supported by Platform Interpreting NZ.
Guerrilla Girls © George Lange 1990