February 9 - Mars 17, 2019
The 13th century is part of what is often referred to as the dark Middle Ages - a period connected with war, plague and early witch persecution. By then, the Catholic Church formulated the first scriptures on why witches should be burned, something that would be executed for a few centuries ahead in Europe.
The artist Åsa Norman has looked at a couple of women's strategies to create space for working and living free from men's control during this period. Read more
The exhibition is open Fri-Sun at 12pm-4pm.