A conversation to know if there is a conversation to be had is a series of meetings of practicing female artists held at semi-public spaces since 2010 in New York (Dexter Sinister), Amsterdam (Kunstverein), Berlin (Salon Populaire), and London (Raven Row & Goldsmiths). In each city ongoing discussions continue, and from these are developing a series of individual publications addressing more specifically the main concerns being raised.
LABOUR is a tabloid-format publication addressing the general conditions of feminised labour,
and how a feminist reading of work benefits a critique of the current scenario for art workers.
The second issue PERSONA looks at the condition of self-presentation for the contemporary artist, and in an expansive manner encompasses discussions on embarrassment, refusal, interiority and identification. Available in selected bookshops.