Combined digital & physical screening on November 3rd, 7PM (CEST)
This seasons third programme in the FILMFORM RE:VIEW series is organized in collaboration with Stockholms Kvinnohistoriska who have invited the artist Roxy Farhat to shed light on the Filmform archive with lived female experience through labor and life as her starting point. FILMFORM RE:VIEW is a format where external professionals and organizations from spheres of culture or research are invited to botanize in Filmform’s collection. Starting off from their specific areas of interest and questions a film programme is curated and thereafter presented as an open screening at Filmform.
This programme is shown as a physical screening at Filmform on Svarvargatan 2 (Stockholm, Sweden) and simultaneously live streamed.
PHYSICAL SCREENING: The ticket price is 50 SEK. You book a ticket by RSVPing to email@example.com after which you will receive information about the different payment options and confirmation. First come, first served. We urge those who experience even the slightest symptoms to stay at home and enjoy the live streamed version of the screening.
13 Related Sewing Machines
Det är sexigt att betala skatt
Theresa Traore Dahlberg
Three films, three women, and three different perspectives on labor and life. Through the works of Eva Linder, Theresa Traore Dahlberg and Gunvor Nelson we get to experience brief but deep portrayals of three women’s lives. Ranging in medium, location and tonality the films speak about matters big and small: humor, family, pride, self-realization, the daily grind and the labor of pushing forward life itself. Anna Linder’s work 13 Related Sewing Machines is shown on loop in connection with the physical programme. The work reflects on women’s repetitive and invisible work and the declining use of sewing machines in everyday life today.
– Roxy Farhat
Roxy Farhat is a Swedish artist and director. Her artistic practice includes a range of of expressions: performance, video art, music videos, film, and more, where feminism, anti-capitalism and absurdity are recurring themes.
Stockholm Museum of Women’s History is a new and groundbreaking museum dedicated to women’s history. The museum work to have women’s history and stories explored, acquired, preserved and made accessible and visible to the public. Through innovative museum work – without a permanent building. Rather than having a fixed location, the museum appear in different shapes all over the city with tours, exhibitions, talks and other activities, to be present in our everyday lives where the history of women has taken place, working to make it a part of our common knowledge.
The screening is arranged with support from Stockholms Stad. Filmform is supported by the Ministry of Culture through the Arts Grants Committee and the Swedish Arts Council