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works on gender and identity is an exhibition series of contemporary art.

It develops along three thematic concerns:

Assuming gender, sexuality, and identity as relational constructs which themselves constitute a central issue in contemporary art, the project seeks to provide a formal space for the production of meaning and visibility for artists dealing with these concerns. Programmatically, it eludes the stabilization of their plurality into a regulative category. On the contrary, the project understands itself as a way of destabilizing institutional discourse orders implicitly founded on normality. But as much as the project maintains an openness for constantly changing specifics, it also proceeds from the necessity of self-determination. It explores perspectives while questioning the heteronormative, white male dominated expectation system.