Cake & Cash Curatorial Collective
The Cake & Cash Curatorial Collective is a feminist exchange and exhibition project that occupies the HFBK gallery in the winter semester 20/21 and uses it as a research lab. The aim is to create more visibility for the often unseen work of FLINT*people as artists and curators. More info: https://hfbk-hamburg.de/de/hochschule/einrichtungen/galerie-der-hfbk/galerie-programm/
For the annual exhibition, Cake & Cash has issued a call for unfinished works, concept sketches, interim statuses, material samples, ongoing research, texts, wall newspapers of all genres by FLINT* students. The focus is on the unseen work that is immanent to and accompanies artistic production: Preparation, processes of creation, care work.
With contributions by Asma Ben Slama, Sam Gora, Rahel grote Lambers, Anna Lorbeer, Eliza Wagener
Cake & Cash Curatorial Collective: Lola Düvell, Annika Grabold, Paula Hoffmann, Laura Mahnke, Anne Meerpohl, Farina Mietchen, Joana Owona, Juno Rothaug