A group show curated by Goswell Road at CARBONE20 Biennale, Saint-Étienne
11 rue Pierre Termier, 42000 Saint-Étienne
Featuring: Thomas Cap de Ville, Cécile di Giovanni, Ruiz Stephinson, and Summer Satana & archive documents from Jill Posener, and Enzo Trapani
Opening Thursday 29th October 2020, 11H00 - 19H00
Visitor information at CARBONE20 Biennale
The figure of the witch embodies feminist, ecological and political values, marginal figures and minority causes today. The witch can be a man, woman, non-gendered, other or a group. They are rejected, denied and ostracized, or worse: held responsible. It is not only a question of magic but of the possibility of disorder to the patriarchal, capitalist control system and what is defined as an accepted culture today.
This is hysteria, this is madness, this is rage.
Goswell Road would like to thank Les Limbes for including us in this edition.
The sound piece created by Summer Satana for the show is below. It emitted from the brick well installation she built for the exhibition.