A public holiday for female artists funded by the city of Munich
with Kathrin Böhm, Anna McCarthy, Manuela Gernedel, Maria Guggenbichler, Florence Jung, Simone Koller, Laure Prouvost, Romy Rüegger, Margit Säde Lehni, Rebecca Stephany, Pilvi Takala, Triin Tamm, Deniz Unal, Eva Weinmayr, Felicia van Zweigbergk
Soloshow with Maria Guggenbichler
Kunstverein Leipzig 13/12/2012 - 10/1/2013
A week of conversations and activities with
Maria Guggenbichler (Let's hope nobody comes)
Mariann Oppliger, Sophie Hofer, Maria Guggenbichler (Be smart, take part)
Florence Jung (Something different)
Stephan Janitzky (Bad works)
San Keller (Good works)
with Rosalie Schweiker and San Keller
Free workshop for UAL students, all others 10 Pounds
Introducing contemporary artists' thinking to secondary school students
Frances Bardsley Academy Romford, April 2013
SEX SHOP is an artist-run distribution network for social products.
Just like sex it brings together people from all walks of life.
Just like a shop it distributes useful goods.
20 Parade Mews London SE27 9AX
supported by a Space Station Sixty-Five studio bursary
with Maria Guggenbichler, Kasper König,
Roland Mönig, Neuer Saarbrücker Kunstverein
with Maria Guggenbichler
meet 5pm at Centre for Art & Parking
3pm - 5pm
Clever Men's Art is a publication edited by Rosalie Schweiker & Maria Guggenbichler.
Clever Men’s Art is a response to the fact that the art world gladly incorporates feminism, immaterial labour, care work, unprofessionalism, anti-hierarchical structures, institutional critique and everyday aesthetics as long as they are authored by men.
Clever Men's Art is a joke about Clever Men's Art.
X Marks the Bökship
210 / Unit 3 Cambridge Heath Road
London E2 9NQ
A get-togethers for people who
produce, host, share, fund and display
art in their homes
Collaboration with Eva Rowson and Maria Guggenbichler
Over the last ten years we have facilitated art in a context that was immediately available to us: our homes. We’ve danced in tiny garages, declared our living rooms to be seminar rooms, turned strangers into friends over dinner, showed sculptures in our bedrooms, stapled publications in the corridor, walked people home late at night and spent many mornings sitting on the kitchen table writing emails.
We are starting a regular meeting group to research historical, contemporary and future examples of art with a small 'a'.
The meetings will take place in our homes in London and Amsterdam, starting on Sunday 22/06/2014 at 6pm. The London meeting will be hosted by Rosalie Schweiker and Eva Rowson at 17 Reading House, SE15 1RS (Nearest bus stop: Peckham Park Road, Rail: Peckham Rye). The Amsterdam meeting will be hosted by Maria Guggenbichler at Floriijn 39a, 1102 BA Amsterdam Zuidoost – same day, same hour.
All welcome, please bring a dish or a drink to share.
Jo Waterhouse & Rosalie Schweiker will be running
a temporary shop in Nunhead, South London
Our Shop sells homeware, furniture, houseplants, tarot readings, cuddly fishes, tea & odd things
Our Shop subsidies contemporary art with an events and residency programme. Artists may also use our WiFi and desk spaces to do their admin work.
Find our current programme of activities and residencies on @ourshop
Opening hours: Wed - Sun 10am - 6pm
26 Nunhead Green, SE15 3QF Nunhead
We are pleased to announce that we have awarded ourselves the
Keep Going! Prize 2013
Maria Guggenbichler & Rosalie Schweiker
Join us at Heritage Cafe Whitstable & listen to audio documentation about the projects
as part of Flat Time House Summer School
For the fourth edition of Sleep with a curator Rosalie Schweiker and Maria Guggenbichler have invited members of the steering committee of artist run space OUTPOST, Norwich.
Sleep with a curator is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for horizontal networking. Previous events have been held at The Showroom, London and Kunsthalle, Zurich. This edition will focus on literal jokes and lateral thinking within feminist curatorial practices.
Maria Guggenbichler & Rosalie Schweiker are inviting entries for the first DILEMMAS IN ART competition.
The aim of the competition is to make individual experiences of everyday dilemmas a common concern.
We would like to hear examples of structural, existential, tedious or irresolvable dilemmas which you encounter in your working life as an artist, curator, cultural producer or audience.
The submission with the most apt description of a complex and distressing dilemma will win a glittering cash prize of £300.
More information on how to enter the competition here
Rosalie Schweiker will encourage the audience at the free-entry .perf performance tour to pay a voluntary contribution. The money raised will be distributed amongst participating artists and organisers. Donors will receive a tote bag, designed by Kaisa Lassinaro.
1/11/2014, 16.30 - 19.15, Geneva (CH)
3/10/2014 ART LICKS weekend 12-6pm
Rosalie Schweiker is using her fee to pay two performers acting as Art Licks Weekend guides. The guides will walk the streets of Peckham, advertising the festival's performance programme, handing out flyers and giving directions to artist-run spaces.
With Helen Savage and Rosa Farber.
Photo: Ollie Hammick ©Art Licks
Join us for a talk and a drink with Artsadmin's current bursary artists as they each introduce ideas around their practice, as well as past and future projects at this mid-point of their bursary.
Chaired by the artist Oreet Ashery
7.30pm. Free, RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
28 Commercial Street E1 6AB
HELLO is an art magazine.
Each issue is published live over a six month period.
In: Angry Times #2 Shadow Work
Edited by Anna Dobrucki & Anja Lückenkemper, in cooperation with Anna Jehle
13 € order here: email@example.com
practical workshop at Peckham Liberal Club
for Wimbledon College of Arts MA
Email if you'd like to join
Romy Rüegger and Rosalie Schweiker have compressed their private conversations into a newspaper.
We'll deliver this newspaper to you on the 23rd March, in and around Zürich - to order, call 076 327 20 07.
You can also pick up a newspaper at Le Foyer, Müllerstrasse 57, 6-8pm.
Rosalie Schweiker and Maria Guggenbichler are inviting you for a walk with a water cooler (on wheels) from Raven Row to the South London Gallery.
The watercooler walk is a contribution to the working week WE (Not I), organised by Melissa Gordon and Marina Vishmidt, at Raven Row, South London Gallery and Flat Time House, London, from 27 April to 2 May 2015.
29 April 2015 from 5pm, meet outside Raven Row. All welcome.
Every year I publish a book about a year's worth of my work
Email to order the 2014 issue for £10 +pp
Sleep With A Curator
#5 at Eastside Projects with Gavin Wade
as part of FIERCE Festival
08 - 09/10/2015
Free, but booking is essential
6/8 - 13/9/2015 at Spacex, Exeter
Artist Rosalie Schweiker will work with Spacex to imagine a future art institution.
During the project the artist will bring to life her manifesto Some ideas for a new art institution. This will include re-thinking the way the building is used. In line with her manifesto ‘form follows budget’ so spaces that previously operated as galleries will become living quarters, shared workspaces and places for debate.
a long-term project, trying to start a bra shop for DD+ plus sizes that thrives on cheap humour, not overpriced sexism.
Bra-related events will happen sporadically, like Lorraine Smith's talk at London College of Fashion (more here). See below for upcoming events and activities.
Meeting of DD+ women at Kunstverein Bielefeld
Free Boob Movements class with yoga teacher Leonie Cronin at Artsadmin
16 - 18/10/2015 and 14/11/2015
at Flitwick and Biggleswade library, with comedy by Simon Munnery, Flitwick Joke Book, language cafe, cocktail caravan, musical bingo, skate films, community competition and much more
Get the full schedule
Collaboration with Ania Bas, David Littler and Bedfordshire Libraries
a container garden outside my studio in honour of the great
supported by a Space Station Sixty-Five Bursary
A public space, meeting place, cafe, workshop, rubbish dump, office, living room, conversation, sauna.
All visitors get immortalised on the Visitors Tree.
2012 - 2015
Look out for our 2016 anniversary mail!
Rosalie Schweiker will choose this Sunday’s getaway destination. Mirjam Bayerdörfer invited her for the twelfth Outside Sunday.
On two Sundays a month, an invited person chooses a destination to visit together. It will not be published beforehand. The destinations will be reachable by foot and/or public transportation. A typical getaway takes between 2-4 hours.
19/03 - 09/04/2016
Mission Gallery, Swansea
Rosalie Schweiker buys a fridge magnet wherever she goes for work. At Mission Gallery, Rosalie presents the migrant worker's fridge magnet collection; displaying her collection for the first time in public, on a fridge stocked with local drinks. If you buy the artist a drink at the public preview, she'll tell you the story behind a magnet. After the opening weekend, the fridge will stay on and serve the exhibition as a bar.
at transactions, a Manifesta 11 Parallel event
coproduction with Jo Waterhouse
Tarot readers: Mirjam Bayerdörfer, San Keller, Margit Säde, Manuela Schwarz, Lian Staehelin, Rosalie Schweiker, Désirée Wiesendanger, Cristina Witzig and others