Who Will Write the History of Tears is an exhibition about the relations between the female body and repressive laws. The aim is to wrest the topic of abortion from the control of political clichés “
Our exhibition design is taking Womanhouse, a feminist art installation and performance space from the early 70s as inspiration, in particular the ideological and symbolic conflation of women and houses and their often used medium of female body parts. Visitors are received by the soft (womb) space, from where they can enter intimate domestic rooms in which women tell their stories.
photos by Daniel Chrobak