Fat Feminism is a collaborative show exploring the intersection of fat and feminism.
Artists (of any and all genders and sizes) are invited to contribute art (of any medium) that discusses, educates and/or raises awareness of fat feminist themes – the why and how fat is a feminist issue in today’s society.
The show aims to not only include art that positively showcases fat persons but also art that speaks directly to how gender politics and size influences discrimination.
Themes of fat shaming, obesity stigma, media portrayal, diet culture, sexuality and gender discrimination specific to fatness, along with personal and individual reflections are tackled.
To compliment the exhibit a fat life drawing event will be held. As people of size are generally underrepresented in a life drawing context and that we believe that exploring and celebrating a diverse range of body types increases acceptance we will be running a life drawing night with a fat model (entry $25 each, seats limited, tickets here).
EMPIRE OF STUFF
RACHEL ELIZABETH JONES
GEORGIA LAUGHTON & FOX
GRACE WAVE WITH KAITLYN FRANCES
WAVEY ABS ART