FEM Books

FEMeeting 2020 Garden has its own reading corners where you can find more information about the conferences and other meetings. Check out the abstracts for a concise idea on the richvariety of topics researched by the participants in the FEMeeting gatherings.

FEM BOOKS: This part includes: Catalogue for FEMeeting 2018, Abstract book for FEMeeting 2019, Abstract book for FEMeeting 2020: Paris and Abstract book for FEMeeting 2020: Troy.

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FEMeeting 2020 Garden has its own reading corners where you can find more information about the conferences and other meetings. Check out the abstracts for a concise idea on the rich variety of topics researched by the participants in the FEMeeting gatherings.

a) Abstract book for FEMeeting 2020: Troy (Conference cancelled), co-organized by NATURE Lab, a project by The Sanctuary for Independent Media, (US) and FEMeeting co-founders’ Marta de Menezes (PT) and Dalila Honorato (PT/GR) with the support of Cultivamos Cultura (PT) and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (US).

In recognition of the vital role of grassroots creative praxis in building our growing global network, FEMeeting announces its first community meetings taking place in Spring 2020: “FEMeeting: Troy 2020” and “FEMeeting: Paris 2020”. “FEMeeting: Troy” includes in its two days’ program a series of private sessions closing with a community potluck dinner and public talks by the renowned artists Marta de Menezes (PT) and Kira O’Reilly (IE/FI), open to all.

Authors:

Katherine Behar, US

Hazelle Lerum, US

Anna Lindemann, US

Boryana Rossa, BG/US

Jenifer Wightman, US

Suzanne Thorpe, US

Jennifer Zackin, US

Ryder Cooley, US

Hana van der Kolk, US

Jude Abu Zaineh, CA/US

Stephanie Rothenberg, US

Claudia Jacques, BR/US

Stephanie Loveless, US

Hined Rafeh, US

Nancy D. Campbell, US

Allison Berkoy, US

Tamar Gordon, US

Angela Beallor, US

Elizabeth Press, US

Ellie Irons, US

Kathleen McDermott, US

Carolyn Angleton, US

Joan Linder, US

b) Abstract book for FEMeeting 2020: Paris (Workshop cancelled), co-organized by Leonardo/OLATS (FR) and FEMeeting co-founders’ Marta de Menezes and Dalila Honorato. 2020 Leonardo Space Art, Science and Culture Workshop “All Women Crew” does not intend to discuss the “role” of women in astronautics and astronomy nor to try to define what a “feminine approach” to space could be. Rather, totally inline with the FEMeeting, it is to give the floor to women that work in those fields be they artists, scientists, cultural players, ingeniers and in so doing making them visible and, possibly, imagining a more balanced and non patriarchal vision of/for space.

Authors:

Annick Bureaud, FR

Yulia Akisheva, FR

H.l.ne Ben A.m Drieux, FR

Fabiane Borges, BR

Marie-Pier Boucher, CA

Kitsou Dubois, FR

F.licie d’Estienne d’Orves, FR

Elizaveta Glukhova, NL

S.gol.ne Guinard, FR

Michelle Hanlon, US

Flis Holland, FI

Dalila Honorato, PT/GR

Adriana Knouf, US

Minna L.ngstr.m, FI

Aoife van Linden Tol, UK

Daniela de Paulis, NL

Mirjana Povic, ET

Neha Satak, IN

Organized by:

Annick Bureaud with the contribution of Ewen Chardronnet and Susmita Mohanty.

Supported by: The Daniel and Nina Carasso Foundation (FR) and Cultivamos Cultura (PT).

c) Abstract book for FEMeeting 2019, (International Conference), assembled by the FEMeeting 2019 organizing committee with the support of Cultivamos Cultura (PT) in partnership with Faculdade de Belas-Artes da Universidade de Lisboa (PT) and Instituto de Investigação e Inovação em Saúde da Universidade do Porto (PT).

Many participants in “FEMeeting 2018: Women in Art, Science and Technology” expressed interest to continue the meetings in order to strengthen the network, contribute to the development of artscience research methodologies and grow cooperation strategies increasing knowledge sharing and bringing communities closer. One year after the first conference, “FEMeeting 2019: Women in Art, Science and Technology” organized, once again, its core gathering and presentation of artwork and research experiences in the unspoiled environment of southwest Portugal.

Authors:

Agnes Chavez, US

Alan Tod, PT

Alison Powell, PT

Allison Leigh Holt, US

Ana Barroso, PT

Anastasiia Melai, UA/DE

Andrea Gogova, CZ

Anita McKeown, IR

Carlos Ueira-Vieira, BR

Carolyn Angleton, US

Catarina Pombo Nabais, PT

Cathrine Kramer, NO

Cecilia Vilca, PE

Cesar Baio, BR

Clarissa Ribeiro, BR

Claudia Jacques, USA

Clio Flego, IT

Cosima Herter, CA

Cynthia White, USA

Dalila Honorato, PT/GR

Dipali Gupta, SG

Dolores Steinman, CA

Elizabeth Littlejohn, CA

Ellen K. Levy, US

Eug.nie Eyeang, GA

Fabiola Fonseca, BR

Fara Peluso, DE

Giulia Tomasello, UK

Hege Tapio, NO

Heidi-Annica Ljungqvist, FI

Helena Ferreira, PT

Hined Rafeh, US

Ionat Zurr, AU

Isabel Burr Raty, NL/BE

Itziar Zorita, ES

Jacqueline Simon, US

Jane Prophet, USA/UK

Jimena Garc.a .lvarez-Buylla, MX

Jo Wei, CN

Joan Linder, US

Joana Magalh.es, ES/PT

Jo.o Henrique Lodi Agreli, BR

Karolina Żyniewicz, PL

Kathleen Rogers, UK

Kathy High, US

Kris Casey, US

Laura Beloff, FI/DK

Lisa Cartwright, US

Liz Lessner, USA/BR

Lucile Olympe Haute, FR

Maria Francisca Abreu Afonso, PT

Maria Manuela Lopes, PT

Mariana Perez-Bobadilla, HK

Marne Lucas, US

Marta de Menezes, PT

Maya Fernandes Kempe, PT

Maya Minder, CH

Merete Lie, NO

Melanie King, UK

Michela Villani, CH

Michelle Lewis-King,CN

Michelle Sales, BR

Minna L.ngstr.m, FI

Mirela Alistar, US

M.nica Mendes, PT

Nathalie Dubois Calero, CA

Nina Czegledy, CA

Nora Vaage, NL

Olga Majcen Linn, HR

Paula Pin, ES

Paz Tornero, ES

Pepa Ivanova, BE

Rachel Mayeri, US

Rebecca Cummins, US

Reno Almeida, BR

Roberta Buiani, CA

Sanja Vodovnik, CA/SI

Sarah Hermanutz, CA/DE

Saša Spačal, SI

Stephanie Rothenberg, USA

Sujata Majumdar, NL

Suncica Ostoic, HR

Susana G.mez Larra.aga, UK

Teresa Almeida, DK

Vanessa Lorenzo Toquero, CH

Verena Friedrich, DE

Victoria Vesna, US

Yeon Kyoung Lim, HK

Scientific & artistic committee

Dalila Honorato, GR

Maria Manuela Lopes, PT

Victoria Vesna, US

Ionat Zurr, AU

Jenifer Wightman, US

Kathy High, US

Laura Beloff, DK

Maria Antonia Gonzalez Val.rio, MX

Marta de Menezes, PT

Shannon Bell, CA

Organizing committee:

Marta de Menezes, PT

Dalila Honorato, PT/GR

Kathy High, US

Victoria Vesna, US

Laura Beloff, DK

Maria Antonia Gonzalez Valerio, MX

Maria Manuela Lopes, PT

Cultivamos Cultura Team:

Claudia Figueiredo, PT

Luis Gra.a, PT

Ricardo Guerreiro Campos, PT

Diana Aires, PT

Support:

Municipio de Odemira, PT

Naturarte Turismo Rural, PT

Direção Geral de Cultura do Alentejo, PT

d) Catalogue for FEMeeting 2018, (International Conference), assembled by the FEMeeting 2018 organizing committee with the support of Cultivamos Cultura (PT) and the Center for Research in Communication Information and Digital Culture (PT) in partnership with Fundação Eugénio de Almeida (PT), Faculdade de Belas-Artes da Universidade de Lisboa (PT) and Leonardo/ISAST (US).

“FEMeeting: Women in Art, Science and Technology” had its opening in 2018 recognizing that the concept of woman might be considered as a challenging one as it is nonconsensual in its multiplicity of roles and arousing cultural imaging. In Art & Science women are today a visible presence in international festivals and conferences, either working as faculty, curators, artists, scientists or having an interweaved role. As the balanced numbers between genders is an undeniable phenomenon FEMeeting calls for contributions to reflect on the status quo of contemporary science and art.

Authors:

Amy Youngs, US

Annick Bureaud, FR

Charissa N. Terranova, US

Dalila Honorato, PT/GR

Dolores Steinman, CA

Hege Tapio, NO

Isabel Burr-Raty, CL/BE

Jenifer Wightman, US

Jennifer Willet, CA

Joan Linder, US

Kathy High, US

Kira O’Reilly, IE/FI

Laura Beloff, FI/DK

Lena Ortega, MX

Louise Mackenzie, UK

Mar.a Antonia Gonz.lez Valerio, MX

Maria Manuela Lopes, PT

Maria Teresa Cruz, PT

Marie Pier Boucher, CA/USA

Marta de Menezes, PT

Mary Maggic, USA/AT

Minerva Hernandez, MX

M.nica Mendes, PT

Monika Bakke, PL

Nina Czegledy, CA

Nina Sellars, AU

Polona Tratnik, SI

Regine Rapp, DE

Roberta Buiani, CA

Sarah Blissett, UK

Shannon Bell, CA

Tagny Duff, CA

Tarsh Bates, AU

Victoria Vesna, USA

Ana Baleia, PT

Ana Santos, PT

Ana Teresa Vicente, PT

Anna-Isaak Ross, US

Anna Jakobsson, SE

Anna Rewakowicz, PL/CA/FR

Anna Lindemann, US

Branda Miller, US

Ebru Yetiskin, TR

Elizabeth Littlejohn, CA

Helena Loermans, NL/PT

Jasna Jernejsek, SI

Johanna Rotko, FI

Julia Arimany, ES

Julia Bentz, AT/PT

Karolina Zyniewicz, PL

Katherine Behar, US

Laura Ben.tez Valero, ES

Maria Francisca Abreu Afonso, PT

Manuelle Freire, FR

Maya Fernandes Kempe, PT

Michelle Lewis-King, CN

Miriam Simun, US

Nicole Condon- Shih, CN/US

Paulina Hubard, MX

Renata Rosado Alves, BR/PT

Rosanna Gunnarsson, SE

Stephanie Rothenberg, US

Tanha Gomes, CA

Vanessa Toquero, ES

Scientific & artistic committee

Maria Teresa Cruz, PT

Marta de Menezes, PT

Leonor Sa.de, PT

Dalila Honorato, PT/GR

Shannon Bell, CA

Kathy High, US

María Antonia González Valério, MX

Ionat Zurr, AU

Jenifer Wightman, US

Organizing committee:

Marta de Menezes, PT

Dalila Honorato, PT/GR

Cultivamos Cultura Team:

Claudia Figueiredo, PT

Luis Graça, PT

Ricardo Guerreiro Campos, PT

Diana Aires, PT

Support:

Municipio de Odemira, PT

Naturarte Turismo Rural, PT

Direção Geral de Cultura do Alentejo, PT

Funda..o para a Ci.ncia e Tecnologia, PT

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