Artist-talk by Augusta Atla at The Danish Workshops of Art / the 21 March 2022 Original duration of live talk: 45-60 min.
– Thank you to: Galerie Thomas Schulte, Joan Mitchell Foundation, Donald Judd Foundation, Marlene Dumas Studio, Tracey Emin Studio, Helen Frankenthaler Foundation, Francis Bacon Foundation, Patricia Garcia-Gomez, Fondazione Merz, WBOOKS, Chantal Joffe Studio and Victoria Miro.

Artist-talk online:
Gender Trouble in The World of Art
Artist-talk by Augusta Atla at The Danish Workshops of Art (DAW) – 21 March 2022
Original duration of live talk: 45-60 min.
Clip duration: 9 min.

I. Gender Trouble – Theory of Art
II. Gender Trouble – The Canon of the History of Art
III. Gender Trouble – The Power of Art

Talks previously at:

Via Farini in Residence, Milano, Italy
The Danish Royal Academy, Copenhagen, Denmark
Manitoba University, Architectural Faculty, Canada
Tou Scene Art Institution, Stavanger, Norway
Projektskolen Art School, Oslo, Norway
Princeton University, Architectural Faculty, New Jersey, USA
Venice Art Academy, Venezia, Italy
Krabbesholm Kunstskole, Denmark
TPTP SPACE, Paris, France
Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris, France
Banja Rathnov Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark
Kunsthøjskolen på Ærø, Denmark
PAO Performance Festival, Oslo, Norway
BKF Nordsjælland, Hillerød, Denmark
The Danish Art Workshops, Copenhagen, Denmark
Format Artspace, Copenhagen, Denmark
Viborg Kunsthal, Viborg, Denmark
The Danish Art Workshops, CPH, Denmark

BOOKS that made me sane:


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Nikki de Saint Phalle. Christine Weidemann, 2014
Isa Genzken: Retrospective. Sabine Breitwieser, Laura Hoptman, Michael Darling, and Jeffrey Grove, with an essay by Lisa Lee, 2013
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Helen Frankenthaler: Paper is Painting. Robert Mattison, 2017
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Tracey Emin: Works 2007-2017. Jonathan Jones, 2017
Tracey Emin: My Life in a Column. Tracey Emin, 2011
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Full Bloom: The Art and Life of Georgia O’Keeffe. Hunter Drohojowska-Philp, 2005
Vivian Suter. Adam Szymczyk, 2019
Joan Mitchell: Lady Painter. Patricia Albers, 2011
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Elizabeth Payton. Matthew Higgs, 2005
Elizabeth Peyton: Dark Incandescence. Kirsty Bell, 2017
Chantal Joffe: Personal Feeling is the Main Thing. Dorothy Price, 2018
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Ninth Street Women: Lee Krasner, Elaine de Kooning, Grace Hartigan, Joan Mitchell, and Helen Frankenthaler: Five Painters and the Movement That Changed Modern Art. Mary Gabriel. Published in 2017
Vision and Difference – Feminism, Femininity and Histories of Art. Griselda Pollock. Published in 2003
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Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon. Johanna Burton, 2018
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Differencing the Canon: Feminist Desire and the Writing of Arts Histories. Griselda Pollock (London: Routledge, 1999)
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Take Care of Yourself. Sofie Calle. Published in 2007
Eva Hesse – Longing, Belonging and Displacement. Vanessa Corby. Published in 2010
Eileen Agar: an eye for Collage. Andrew Lambeth, 2008
Eileen Agar : Dreaming Oneself Awake. Michel Remy, 2017