Ever had any troubling questions about the connections — or disconnections — between the Internet, feminism, art and feminist art? Give them an airing at Contemporary Art, Feminism and the Internet, an experimental discussion happening as part of Vivid.
In the centre, there's a panel, being held at the Museum of Contemporary Art on June 17 at 3pm. But, unlike most panels, which come with an emcee, this one will be utterly unmoderated. Instead, the speakers — Zin, Fresh and Fruity, Sabella D'Souza, Xanthe Dobbie, Hannah Bronte and Talia Smith — will embark on a conversational adventure. If you're keen to see them in the flesh, nab a ticket and turn up.
However, if you can't make it, that's no barrier to participation. The panel will engage, not only with contributions from the floor, but also with questions and comments submitted via Facebook. Think of it as an absolutely enormous cyber-chat that hopes to break down borders, timezones, preconceptions and misconceptions.