We will move in triangular formations and step on each other's feet.

The YES! Association has been invited by artists and theorists Faith Wilding and Kate Davis to participate in their exhibition project The Long Loch: How Do We Go On From Here? in collaboration with The Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA) in Glasgow, as part of Glasgow International 2010 (April 16th-May 29th 2010). Faith Wilding and Kate Davis writes as follows: ”This collaborative endeavor seeks to explore how the history of our own separate art practices can come together to illuminate and learn from feminist concerns and legacies in a way that is both pertinent to ‘a present’ of Glasgow 2010 and aware of a need to think ahead”. Our participation will partly be through a “YES! package” consisting of: a documentation of Press Conference/Performance (2005), the Equal Opportunities Agreement (#1, 2005) and a packet of Swedish coffee of the brand Gevalia. This is our contribution to the monthly reading group Read Out! Read In! Feminist Lines of Flight in Art and Politics part of the project The Long Loch: How Do We Go On From Here?


  • YES! Association / Föreningen JA! was an art collective, an artwork, an association, an art worker, an institution, a group of people working to overthrow the ruling system of heteronormative, patriarchal, racist, and capitalist power structures by putting into practice a structural redistribution of access to financial resources, space and time within the (art) field.
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