A museum that wants to be feminist does not only claim to be so for such a pivotal date as 8 March. Rather, it recognises, on a daily basis, that it is a territory of struggle for conflictive positions that neither appease nor stabilise. A museum that seeks to be feminist constantly reviews its ways of doing, judging and seeing, addressing a place of bodies, affection and care, the uses and scope of language, knowledge, practices and feminist methodologies, among other aspects.
Therefore, this programme sees the Museo Reina Sofía bring together an ensemble of initiatives that will be held over the coming months (from lectures and workshops, exhibitions and digital projects, to guided tours and presentations of the Collection), encompassing the wide-ranging forms of feminist revolt present in our day-to-day. An unremitting and unstoppable force that irreversibly transfigures the idea and practice of the political, opening the door to emancipated subjectivities and the cracks of a(nother) future.