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Noemi Yoko Molitor

*1981, born in Trier

Lives and works in Berlin

Exhibitions & Performances

2020

48 Stunden Neukölln:BOOM, “Firehouse Sessions #03” by Trial and Theresa, digital space and various venues in Neukölln

Vorspiel: transmediale & CTM, “Firehouse Sessions #02” by Trial and Theresa, Café Kosmetiksalon Babette, Berlin

2019

48 Stunden Neukölln:Futur III, “Firehouse Sessions #01” by Trial and Theresa, Café Kosmetiksalon Babette, Berlin

Echo-Systems: Audiovisual Stories for Happy Feminist Survivors, “Lost on Mars” w/ Grit.Kit and jitterhorse, Spektrum, Berlin

2018

Lesbisches Sehen / Lesbian Visions, Schwules Museum, Berlin

2017

Pop-Up Art exhibition 2, The Ballery, Berlin

2016

Deep Trash from Outer Space by Deep Trash / CUNTemporary, Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club, London

Pride in Visual Art Show, Queer Arts Festival, Roundhouse, Vancouver

2015

Queer: Post-sexual – the box Re-examined, 15th FRINGE! Queer film and arts festival, Rose Lipman Building, London

Screenings

Cinequeer Film Fest, Eyedrum Galerie, Atlanta, Georgia, 2016

Curatorial Activities

Research assistant / Assistant curator, Homosexualit_ies, joint exhibition Deutsches Historisches Museum (German Historical Museum) and Schwules Museum* (Gay Museum), Berlin, 2015

Publications

Noemi Yoko Molitor: “Zurück in die Zukunft: Queere Erinnerung und künstlerische Praxis”. In:  Initiative Queer Nations (Hg.): Jahrbuch Sexualitäten 2 (2017), Wallstein Verlag.

Lectures & Artist Talks

Feminist SF: Visions of M/otherhood & Reproduction
Talkshow-Serie, curated and hosted by Isabel de Sena, Art Laboratory Berlin / PA58, 2020

„Chrononauts in Chromotopia“
Lecture on the erotic relationship between liquid paint, water, and pools in the work of Lynda Benglis and David Hockney; Response to the exhibition Splash Back, Laura Mars Gallery, Berlin, 2019.

„VJ Women* Workshops, VJ Open Lab & Kollaborative Praxis“
Group presentation; Support your local Culture: Diversity – Empowerment – Exchange by
Kulturförderpunkt Berlin; Werkstatt der Kulturen, Berlin, 2018.

Daphne Lesben Kunstsalon with Kerstin Honeit and Noemi Yoko Molitor
Artist Talk, exhibition „Lesbian Visions“, Schwules Museum, 2018.

Collections

Schwules Museum, Berlin