Multi-layered exhibit shows there's no one experience of womanhood
'Feminism Ya Mang, Feminism Yethu, Feminism Yani' at the Goethe-Institut in Joburg shines a light on South African and African feminisms — yes, feminisms plural, writes Paula Andropoulos
A section of the lobby of the Goethe-Institut in Johannesburg has been transformed into a vivid, compelling exhibition space. This is where Feminism Ya Mang has come to fruition, invoking numerous iterations of South African and African feminisms through a clever and inventive use of space and a stellar selection of art works.
Feminism Ya Mang, Feminism Yethu, Feminism Yani (https://www.goethe.de/ins/za/en/kul/sup/lfm/arx.html) — the title speaks to the infinite ways in which women and femmes have begun reclaiming and reconfiguring feminism, in relation to their geographical and cultural histories and experiences...