Caroline Streck’s work in ‘Desperate Housewives?’ at the Art Museum of Mülheim an der Ruhr, on until 21st August

Desperate Housewives? presents videos, installations, photographs, objects, paintings and drawings by 28 international artists who question female stereotypes and role models in relation to housework and home life, to expose the home as a place of contradiction and cliché, order and chaos.

Featuring works by:  Anna Anders, Astrid Bartels, Monika Bartholomé, Jutta Burkhardt, Barbara Deblitz, Alba D’Urbano, Anke Eilergerhard, Maria Ezcurra, Kerstin Flake, Dorothee Golz, Mona Hatoum, Andrea Isa, Alexandra Kürtz, Suscha Korte, Susanne Kutter, Ori Levin, Rosa Loy, Inge Mahn, Katharina Mayer, Alice Musiol, Gabriela Oberkofler, Pipilotti Rist, Ulrike Rosenbach, Silke Schatz, Caroline Streck, Rosemarie Trockel, Diane Welke, Barbara Wrede.

 

Jutta Burkhardt  Das Konzept für Kommunikative, Videostill, 2001 Oberteil (Staubtücher, Wischfix, Reißverschluss, Polyestergarn), Rock (Vlies, Bodentücher, Wischfix, Edelstahl-Topfreiniger, Reißverschluss, Polyestergarn), Handschuhe (Staubpflegetücher, Polyestergarn), Pantöffelchen (Spül-Profis Marke swirl, Topfreiniger, Büschel Staubwedel, Polyestergarn) Courtesy: The artist Fotos: © Jutta Burkhardt © Corinna CromeJutta Burkhardt  Das Konzept für Kommunikative, Videostill, 2001 Oberteil Courtesy: The artist Fotos: © Jutta Burkhardt © Corinna Crome

2015: Desperate Housewives? show was at Kulturspeicher Würzburg

2016: It’s currently at Kunstmuseum Muelheim an der Ruhr until 21 August

 

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Caroline Streck Desperate Housewives Window Painting Series
Caroline Streck, Window Painting Series, 2011

 

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