Margaret Tali

Margaret Tali is a cultural theorist and art historian. She has defended a doctoral degree at the Amsterdam School of Cultural Analysis in University of Amsterdam. She is the author of "Absence and Difficult Knowledge in Contemporary Art Museums" (2018) and editor of "Archives and Disobedience. Changing Tactics of Visual Culture in Eastern Europe" (2016, with Tanel Rander). Currently she is working on a edited anthology that brings together inspiring practices of art and activism in museum collections. Her research interest involve art and social justice, curation and museology. Originally from Estonia, she now calls Rotterdam her home. www.margarettali.net

‘Roosa toss väljas’. On the importance of safe spaces

Installation with a Maxi-cosi and a sewing machine.

  The exhibition ‘Roosa toss väljas’ by the Kraam collective was organised within the framework of the feminist LGBTQ festival Ladyfest. It was dedicated to the queer-activist Anna-Stina Treumund (1982–2017), whose death shocked the cultural and feminist scenes in Estonia

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