To Become Two: Public salon


Saturday 27 May, 2–4pm
The exhibition will be open 12-6pm
Free, no booking required

A public salon led by artist Alex Martinis Roe where the propositions for new feminist practices developed during workshops at The Showroom will be presented. These propositions will depart from the historical practices explored in the To Become Two film series, extended and adapted by the workshop contributors according to their needs and contexts.

The event will close with a chance to see the exhibition and enjoy a drink together.

This event accompanies the exhibition Alex Martinis Roe: To Become Two.

To Become Two is co-commissioned by ar/ge kunst (Bolzano); Casco – Office for Art, Design and Theory, (Utrecht); If I Can’t Dance, I Don’t Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution (Amsterdam) and The Showroom (London). The accompanying workshops and performances are co-commissioned by the Keir Foundation. The project was produced with the support of the Graduiertenschule der Universität der Künste Berlin and the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, and its arts funding and advisory body. At The Showroom the exhibition is supported by Creative Victoria.

The project will be presented by Badischer Kunstverein (Karlsruhe) 8 September – 26 November 2017.

Exhibition design in collaboration with Fotini Lazaridou-Hatzigoga. Poster series in collaboration with Chiara Figone. To Become Two has been produced with the support of curator Susan Gibb.

A publication To Become Two, published by Archive Books, will be published during the exhibition.

With thanks to Ismail Ali: Project ALCHEMY, Mercedes Vilardell, Paddington Development Trust, St Paul’s Church and Community Centre, Chisenhale Gallery, Gasworks, Lisson Gallery and Matt’s Gallery for exhibition support at The Showroom.

Image credit: Alex Martinis Roe, Our Future Network, film still of the proposition Productive Refusals, developed in collaboration with Helena Reckitt, 2016.


We use cookies to remember if you logged in or if you’ve interacted with the newsletter subscription form.
Pages that have embedded media such as YouTube videos or Spotify playlists require third party cookies to function.