Matrix: How We Live Now
Dulux Gallery, Glyn Davis Building (MSD), Masson Road, Parkville
About the exhibition
Matrix – How We Live Now celebrates the social justice politics and projects of the Matrix Feminist Architectural Co-operative of 1980 – 1996. The #MeToo campaign and fourth wave feminist protests remind us that gender and equity are urgent issues of our time, with inequality and harm still present in architecture and everyday spaces.
The exhibition shines a light on the voices and projects of the many researchers involved in the work of the radical London-based all women collective then and now. Material for the exhibition will be drawn from the open archive , with posters, brochures, drawings and videos activating the Dulux Gallery space.
Feminist organisers and researchers at the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning have been actively working to reform labour practice, including diverse communities and centre transfeminism. Through objects, voices, and conversations we are asking - how do we live now?
Exhibition open Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm.
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The exhibition is open Monday to Friday, 10 am to 4 pm. For any accessibility requirements contact the MSD Exhibitions team.