March is a journal of art & strategy.

Stephanie Misa

Stephanie Misa is a visual artist and researcher whose work centers around decolonizing methodologies. She consistently follows her interest in complex and diverse histories through her various multimedia installations and performances. Her artistic practice connects multicultural collaboration, curating, and feminist criticism. Recent projects include the 9th Bucharest Biennale (2021), solo exhibitions at KODA House, Governors Island NYC (2022), RMIT Gallery, Melbourne (2023), Kunstraum Lakeside, Klagenfurt (2023), and the Mai Ling Collective exhibition at the Secession, Vienna (2023). She is also part of  “Anonymity and Absence: Archival Sites of Speculation,” an interdisciplinary research project at the University of Applied Arts.

Storying the Silence: The Archive of the Vereinigung bildender Künstler*innen Österreichs (VBKÖ)

Georgia Holz and Stephanie Misa discuss the Austrian Association of Wom*n Artists (VBKÖ)’s controversial history and how its archive has become a site for speculative methods that explore convergent and divergent – and at times haunting – histories within the association.