Fat Feminism – a group art exhibition curated by erincox

Event Details

Exhibition: September 25 – October 6, 2019
Opening night: September 26, 7-9pm

@ Noir Darkroom, 57 Moreland Rd, Coburg.

About the show

Fat Feminism a group art exhibition curated by erincox explores the intersection of fat and feminism.

Artists (of any and all genders and sizes) are invited to contribute art (of any medium) that discusses, educates and/or raises awareness of fat feminist themes – the why and how fat is a feminist issue in today’s society.

The show aims to not only include art that positively showcases fat persons but also art that speaks directly to how gender politics and size influences discrimination.
Themes of fat shaming, obesity stigma, media portrayal, diet culture, sexuality and gender discrimination specific to fatness, along with personal and individual reflections will be tackled.  

We aim to create a safe space for all to explore this theme as we are aiming to illuminate the specific discrimination that people of size face and how gender politics may influence this

Curator Bio

erincox, a Melbourne based artist/curator who creates a diverse range of art, all with an underlying sense of quirk and fun.

A feminist, fat activist, music lover, mother and founder of A Plus Market, erincox brings this diverse range of interests and talents to her creative projects. Multiple art exhibitions and her work with fat fashion (A Plus Market and Curvy Couture Runway) have seen the development of the well respected artists skills as a pioneering entrepreneur. Branching out into as a curator seemed a natural step. Fat Feminsim – a group art exhibition being her first foray.

erincox’s love of quirk is obvious in her art (as is her love of cocks) with fur burgers and deep fried dick featuring as her contribution to the upcoming September event.

About the Gallery

NOIR is a female and queer run space that also happens to be in the plus size. NOIR is committed to facilitating emerging artists to flourish as well as creating social change through art.

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