Manifestos for Queer Futures #3. The Present Is Not Enough – Performing Queer Histories and Futures. 22.06.2019. Hebbel am Ufer, Berlin.
Who got to present their work on that stage and how was the frame for the event generated and held?
How do you take care of somebody you invite? „262“ weiterlesen
Sarah Ahmed. Mind the Gap! Complaint as a Queer Method. The Present Is Not Enough – Performing Queer Histories and Futures. 21.06.2019. Hebbel am Ufer, Berlin
Wait – how did we get here who is here who is speaking when was the last time a door was shut on you have you ever had a door shut on you I remember the grin of the white man as he looked down onto me
A door appears a door closes a door opens into the unknown I am jumping heart first „261“ weiterlesen
Lisa Stewart & Florence Freitag: i is a collective. remembering backwards. 16.06.2019. 48 Stunden Neukölln. Göttin der Weisheit. Berlin.
We wear blindfolds.
A photo wallpaper starts to speak: „260“ weiterlesen
Once We Were Islands: Dogs Of Love – A Queer Quantum Love Story. 18.05.2019, Ballhaus Ost, Berlin.
If I were to draw a picture of this piece, it would be a double helix unravelling. Two strands speed towards each other – they cross, collide and merge, only to spring free again, twist away and fall back into separation. „259“ weiterlesen
Montag Modus Klimata #2: THIS IS NOT ABOUT YOU. 06.05.2019, Künstlerhaus am Flutgraben, Berlin.
The overarching theme of this particular edition of Montag Modus seems to be the various initiatives taken by artists to positively, constructively deal with the dreadful future we are headed for as a human species, to build happier bridges towards an „after-human“ epoch and a happier relationship with the non-human.
Let us think of aliens as „258“ weiterlesen
Albert Quesada & Zoltán Vakulya: OneTwoThreeOneTwo. 04.04.2019, Lillian Baylis Studio, Sadlers Wells, London.
the chords strike as i have never heard them before, the prickly guitar and aching voice of flamenco shaken up and spilled out into two bodies whirling on stage. forms and tensions are diced and split into almost this, almost that, never quite there „257“ weiterlesen
Katye Coe with Patricia Okenwa, Matthias Sperling, Hilary Kneale, and Siobhan Davies: Subject to Change; A Less Resilient Way. 16.03.2019, Siobhan Davies Studios, London.
Full confession: I arrive slightly late, panting as I make my way up from the thousand metres of escalators that comprise London’s metro exits, running wildly down the street through traffic, launching myself up the flights of stairs at the Siobhan Davies Studio.