Theater, Performance und Tanz in Hamburg - Kampnagel

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Spielzeiteröffnung 2017/18: OPENHAUS
Queers in Exile Ashraf Alkhateeb:

Take it Off - Fashionshow

  • Sat, 07.10.2017 22:00
    Kampnagel – KMH

The Syrian artist and designer Ashraf Alkhateeb, who had worked for over seven years between Syria, Egypt and Lebanon as a graphic designer, now lives in Hamburg. Here he makes his homosexuality to the subject of his performances, fashion works, visual art and installation photography. For QUEERS IN EXILE, he develops a fashion show with his own patterns and designs; seven monochrome dresses whose patterns integrate prints of war photographs that were taken in Damascus.


Yeşim Duman, radio host for Byte FM and activist at Female:Pressure is notorious for her parties Bubble or Erdogay in Hamburg’s queer night life. Her party formats have gained a big fan base, especially techno, house and electronic music loving queers. She’s the one who you’ll find behind the turntable, serving a passionate blend of electronic & hip hop to techno.

QUEERS IN EXILE (05.-07.10.2017)

For members of the LGBTIQ* community, especially activists, a path to western exile can often mean a step away from repression and vi- olence in daily life and into personal and political freedom. Over the course of three evenings, the QUEERS IN EXILE laboratory presents positions that have generated new bravery and energy in exile – not only to freely express yourself on a personal level, but also artisti- cally and in terms of activism.

Pouya Arastoo / Mojtaba Golmohammadi speak extensively about their own biographic experience  (07.10. / 18:00)

Yousef Iskandar: belly dance, tantra and cabaret meet audio-visual art, Arab Acid, burlesque and oriental dance at ARABURLESQUE (05.-06.10. / 22:00)

Ashraf Alkhateeb: Take it Off / A Fashionshow with own patterns and designs (07.10. / 22:00)

Ashraf Alkhateeb / Hasan Kahrizi: QUEER ORIENT is a workshop and exhibition format on homosexuality in the history of the the Orient  (from september 27)

OPENHAUS – Thinktank: Who and what is a migrantpolitan? (11.-14.10. / 18:00)




Die Spielzeiteröffnung OPENHAUS wurde gefördert von der Rudolf-Augstein-Stiftung und der Europäischen Union / Creative Europe im Rahmen von Imagine 2020 | Art and Climate Change 

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