ARCHIVING WOMANIFESTO is an exhibition about the feminist collective of artists, writers and activists that began in Thailand in 1995. Starting with the exhibition Tradisexion, this collective went on to organize biennale events that aimed to increase women’s visibility. ARCHIVING WOMANIFESTO shows the significant history of their actions and events. The work of local, regional and transnational artist collectives and curatorial actions feed growing archives, of which the Womanifesto project is an important example. At the closing, practical questions of archival retrieval and currency will be the focus of the discussion. For more information, please visit the Cross Art Projects website


2.00PM Curator’s talk by Varsha Nair, Womanifesto Archive

2.30-3.30PM ‘Coming together: Collective actions and future feminist archives’
An open forum moderated by Dr Catriona Moore, University of Sydney



Saturday 16 November, 2pm

The Cross Art Projects

8 Llankelly Place

Potts Point NSW 2011


No registration necessary.


Earlier this year, the Power Institute, together with the School of Literature, Arts and Media and the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Sydney, presented the symposium Art, Digitality and Canon-making?’ as part of the Gender in Southeast Asian Art Histories project. This exhibition was organised in conjunction with the symposium.