Het Vrouwenmantel Archief   


A
o  Why Do We Make It So Hard for Artist Moms to Flourish? - The New York Times, Mara Altman

B
o   Mothernism – Lise Haller Baggesen
o   Post-Mothernism (or: Regarding the Pain of Mothers) – Lise Haller Baggesen
o   The Revoution Will Be Mothernized! Part 1 (3AM Maternal) – Lise Haller Baggesen
o   The Revoution Will Be Mothernized! Part 2 (Kinder, Küche, Kirche, Bitte!) – Lise Haller Baggesen
o   Who’s Yo Mama? – Lise Haller Baggesen
o   Vrouwenmantel  Art Research Group: Creating inclusivity in art at a local level / step by step, Kija Benford
o   ‘Daar’ - Witte Rook X Vrouwenmantel Art Research Group, Kija Benford
o   De moeder in de kunst is onzichtbaar omdat wij willen dat zij onzichtbaar is - Witte Rook X Vrouwenmantel Art Research Group, Kija Benford
o   Mythes over Moeders in de Kunst, Het Gelaagde Spinnenweb van Onuitgesproken Machtsverhoudingen -  Mister Motley, Mirthe Berentsen  
o   Inappropriate Bodies; Art, Design, and Maternity – Rachel Epp Buller and Charles Reeve
o   Reconciling Art and Mothering – Rachel Epp Buller

C
o   Mothers Days – Lenka Clayton
o   Why Call It Labor? On Motherhood an Art Work - Nikki Columbus, Basma Alsharif & Lara Khaldi
o   Centering Single Mothers: my work at the Old Knitting Factory -  Witte Rook X Vrouwenmantel Art Research Group,  Betsy Cornwell

D
o   Mobile AutonomyExercises in Artists’ Self-Organization – Nico Dockx & Pascal Gielen

F
o   Parenting and Labor in the Art World: A Call to Arms - Hyperallergic, Michelle Fisher
o   Invisible Spaces of Parenthood – a project by Andrea Francke

G
o   IK MIS - Witte Rook X Vrouwenmantel Art Research Group,  Leonie Gossens

K
o   자아, 예술가, 엄마 Selfhood, Artisthood, Motherhood - Dani Daeun Kim

L
o   Full Surrogacy Now, Feminism Against Family – Sophie Lewis
o   New Maternalisms: redux – edited by Natalie Loveless
o   New Maternalisms – curated by Natalie Loveless
o   New Maternalisms – by Natalie Loveless and Alejandra Herrera Silva

M
o   M(other) Voices: the maternal as an attitude, maternal thinking and the production of time and knowledge - Reader
o   Studies of the Maternal: Volume 1 – Issue 1 – 2009 by MaMSIE
o   Studies in the Maternal: Volume 1 – Issue 2 – 2009 by MaMSIE
o   Studies in the Maternal: Special Issue: M(o)ther Trouble: Motherhood, Psychoanalysis, Feminism – Volume 2 by MaMSIE
o   Studies in the Maternal: Volume 3 – Issue 1 – 2011 by MaMSIE
o   Studies in the Maternal: Special Issue: Motherhood, Servitude and the Delegation of Care – Volume 3 by MaMSIE
o   Studies in the Maternal: Volume 4 – Issue 1 - 2012 by MaMSIE
o   Studies in the Maternal: Special Issue: Austerity Parenting – Volume 4 by MaMSIE
o   Studies in the Maternal: Volume 5 – Issue 2 – 2013 by MaMSIE
o   Studies in the Maternal: Special Issue: The Surprise of the Real – Volume 5 by MaMSIE
o   Studies in the Maternal: Special Issue: Non-Reproduction: Politics, Ethics, Aesthetics – Volume 6 bij MaMSIE
o   Studies in the Maternal: Volume 7 – Issue 1 – 2015 by MaMSIE
o   Studies in the Maternal: Volume 8 – Issue 1 – 2016 by MaMSIE
o   Studies in the Maternal: Performing Everyday Maternal Practice; Volume 8 – Issue 2 – 2016 by MaMSIE
o   Studies in the Maternal: Volume 9 – Issue 1 -2017 by MaMSIE
o   Studies in the Maternal: Volume 10 – Issue 1 -2018 by MaMSIE
o   Studies in the Maternal: Volume 11 – Issue 1 – 2019 by MaMSIE
o   Studies in the Maternal: Volume 12 – Issue 1 – 2020 by MaMSIE
o   Studies in the Maternal: Volume 13 – Issue 1 – 2020 by MaMSIE
o   ‘Ik’ staat voor ‘wij’ - Witte Rook X Vrouwenmantel Art Research Group, Melanie Maria,
o   Re-Assembling Motherhood(s): On Radical Care and Collective Art as Feminist Practices - Maternal Fantasies

N
o  The Argonauts - Maggie Nelson

p
o   Praktijk - Witte Rook X Vrouwenmantel Art Research Group, Oda Projesi

R
o   De moedernistische revolutie; over kunst en moederschap - Metropolis M, Richtje Reinsma
o   The Mother as a new artistic role model; in conversation with artist and researcher Deirdre M. Donoghue - Metropolis M, Richtje Reinsma
o   Moederschap in de kunst - Witte Rook, Jorieke Rottier 
o   Menstrual Cups in Museums? It’s Time. - The New York Times, Melena Ryzik

S
o   Live Art and Motherhood – a Study Room Guide on Live Art and the Maternal – Lena Simic and Emily Underwoord-Lee
o   Performance Research: On the Maternal – Lena Simic and Emily Underwood-Lee
o   Productie en Reproductie; Het Taboe op Zwangerschap in de Kunst - Sanne Fleur Sinnige 
o   You’re 16… you should probably be on the pill: Girls, the non-reproductive body, and the rhetoric of self-control
– Lisa Smith

o   Michele Matyn – Club Solo

T
o  Tijdgeest: Ideale moeders - De moederkunstenaar rukt op -  Joke de Wolf

U
o   Manifesto for maintenance art 1969! Proposal for an exhibition “CARE” – Mierle Laderman Ukeles

v
o   De Moederfiets - Witte Rook, Vrouwenmantel Art Research Group

W
o  Mother Stone - Anne Wagner
o  Reframing Motherhood for 20 Years - Taiwan Panorama, Annie Hsiao-ching Wang 

Het Vrouwenmantel Archief is an archive consisting of publications and essays about the maternal in art, the mother role that can be assumed in the art practice and alternative models in art that are not based on a competitive mode but that can function from a caring attitude.

Het Vrouwenmantel Archief can be found physically at the locations where Vrouwenmantel Art Research Group is conducting research (see ‘Research Locations’ on our website).
In addition, digital publications and essays from Het Vrouwenmantel Archief can be found in the Libguide of the Avans Hogeschool and a selection of physical publications can be found in the Xplora of the St Joost School of Art & Design.
The Libguide and the Xplora are both only accessible to students and teachers of the Avans Hogeschool. However, we want the archive to be accessible to anyone who wants to research the maternal in art, which is why it is possible to reach out to us to view the archive on the location where Vrouwenmantel is conducting research.

It is permitted and even encouraged by us to write, draw and sketch in the publications and essays on the condition that the text remains legible. In this way, the research on the maternal in art may be enriched with your own experiences and ideas.

If you would like to see the archive and read the publications,
you can contact us by emailing vrouwenmantel.artresearchgroup@gmail.com