What’s good for me is good for you? A physical multilogue is an event/exhibition-series that explores narratives of intersectionality through performance practices. Taking place at Mimosa House in Central London from 24th August - 15th September, these performances and exhibitions will set a framework for emerging artistic practices examining the importance of physical presence and challenging the default setting of a gallery space - looking at historical narratives of womxnhood and their role in contemporary art.

What’s good for me is good for you? consists of two main parts - the event/exhibition-series and commissioned writings, published on this website and in a booklet which will be available at Mimosa House.
Artists Katarzyna Perlak, Rebecca Bellantoni and Rowdy SS; Monika Janulevičiūtė and Antanas Lučiūnas; Travis Alabanza and Daniel Brathwaite-Shirley and STASIS challenge normativity in their practices based on their lived experiences. They will each take over Mimosa House for a weekend making the artistic practices themselves the centre of the project. Evolving around topics of identity politics and queer-feminist ideas, the project highlights the differences in artistic approaches and personal realities.

With commissioned texts by Agnieszka Roguski, Momtaza Mehri, Göksu Kunak and Ulijona Odišarija

Curator: Nora-Swantje Almes
Associate Curator: Lxo Cohen

Organised with the European Commission Representation in the UK, in partnership with the Lithuanian Culture Institute London, supported by @oldbluelastbeer