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Food for thought

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posted on 2012-01-01, 00:00 authored by Rachael Haynes, C Coombs, A Lang
'Food for thought 'embraces the notion that a revolution can start at the dinner table. In the 1970s Judy Chicago’s work 'The Dinner Party' sparked debate and brought attention to the significant contribution of women throughout history. LEVEL drew from the central idea of this work - the gathering of women around the dining table - in order to explore the richness of ideas that this kind of debate generates as a contemporary form of consciousness-raising.

 As part of the 2012 Next Wave Festival, LEVEL hosted a series of dinner party events and banner making workshops at the Footscray Community Arts Centre. Dinner themes addressed the role of women in the arts and in the media, the significance of feminist generations in Australian art and the role of art to bring about political change for women.

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Publisher

Footscray Community Arts Centre

Place of publication

Melbourne, Vic.

Creation date

2012-01-01

Language

eng

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A major project commissioned by the Next Wave Festival, Melbourne, Vic. ATTENTION ERA 2015 CLUSTER LEADERS: The Library does not currently have access to the research output associated with this record, please contact DRO staff for further information regarding access.drosupport@deakin.edu.au

Publication classification

J1.1 Major original creative work; JO4 Original creative work - Other

Extent

installation, participatory artwork with banner workshops and dinner parties

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