Let Us Speak Now

Let Us Speak Now is an archive on feminism, activism and art production. Kirsten Dufour and Andrea Cruetz started the archive in 2002. Let Us Speak Now collects interviews and dialogues with artists and activists who were part of the feminist movement in the seventies, and newer generations of artists and activists that have a feminist approach to their projects. Let Us Speak Now seeks to maps the ideas of feminist cultural workers and discuss how these strategies have evolved from the 1970s today. The project is interested in both documenting the work and projects of those that participate in the archive, as well as understanding how contemporary art and activist discourses are informed by feminism.