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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 held by Isabel de Sena, Art Laboratory Berlin, 2020 (forthcoming)

„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