Pamela Singh Chipko Tree Huggers of the Himalayas 4 1994 lores
Pamela Singh, Chipko Tree Huggers of the Himalayas #4, 1994. © Pamela Singh; Courtesy sepiaEYE

RE/SISTERS Tour for groups

  • Fee activity € 124.5
  • Maximum amount of participants 20
  • Duration 1.5h
  • Location FOMU

How can we take better care of each other and the environment? That question is central to RE/SISTERS: A Lens on Gender and Ecology, a major international exhibition featuring 50 female and gender non-conforming artists. A FOMU-guide leads you through critical perspectives and new visions of the future.

This tour is available from Friday 29 March to Sunday 18 August 2024

Through photography, film and installations, the artists show that the exploitation of the planet cannot be viewed separately from the oppression of women and minority groups. They question existing capitalist power structures and look for solutions to restore our fragile ecosystem. RE/SISTERS is an exhibition that simultaneously advocates a climate-just and gender-equal future.

RE/SISTERS consists of six thematic chapters: mining - protest and resistance - ecological concern - environmental racism - queerness - new social structures and hierarchies. Together they reframe our thinking about the environment and gender, emphasizing the radical power of care in the face of exploitation.

What to expect?

  • The exhibition consists of six chapters. During a guided tour of 1.5 hours you will go through the frameworks of each chapter

  • The guide will pick out a few works of art to go into more detail

  • The guide will encourage you to take a slow and in-depth look at the works of art

  • The guide will use guiding techniques such as Visual Thinking Strategies to encourage conversation

  • It is possible to reserve whisper sets (audio amplification) for your tour. Please request this in advance by email

Practical information

  • This guided tour is suitable for groups of adults
  • Maximum 20 persons per group. You can book this visit with max. 4 groups at the same time, depending on the occupancy rate of the museum and availability of the guides.
  • Duration: 90 minutes
  • The entire museum is wheelchair accessible. There are also portable stools for those with reduced mobility.

For group visits with a guide, FOMU works together with booking platform Experience Antwerp. For all practical questions about your booking you can contact them directly on +32 3 205 56 05