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Internationales Sommerfestival 2022
Luiza Prado & Obaro Ejimiwe:

Blacknuss - Technologies Of Joy, Care And Intimacy

 
Art / Theater & Performance / Music / Wheelchair users
  • Installation on festival days always from 1 hour before the start of the performances until 30 minutes before the start of the club programme.
    The performances are free of charge, but with registration via webshop.

  • Thu, 11.08.2022 18:00
    K4 (Eröffnung) free entrance
  • Fri, 12.08.2022 18:00
    K4 (Live-Performance) Tickets
  • Sat, 13.08.2022 15:00
    Kampnagel – K4 free entrance
  • Sun, 14.08.2022 16:00
    Kampnagel – K4 free entrance
  • Wed, 17.08.2022 17:00
    Kampnagel – K4 free entrance
  • Thu, 18.08.2022 18:00
    Kampnagel – K4 free entrance
  • Fri, 19.08.2022 19:00
    K4 (Live-Performance) Tickets
  • Sat, 20.08.2022 15:00
    Kampnagel – K4 free entrance
  • Sun, 21.08.2022 15:00
    Kampnagel – K4 free entrance
  • Tue, 23.08.2022 18:00
    Kampnagel – K4 free entrance
  • Wed, 24.08.2022 19:00
    Kampnagel – K4 free entrance
  • Thu, 25.08.2022 18:00
    Kampnagel – K4 free entrance
  • Fri, 26.08.2022 18:00
    K4 (Live-Performance) Tickets
  • Sat, 27.08.2022 18:00
    Kampnagel – K4 free entrance
  • Sun, 28.08.2022 17:00
    Kampnagel – K4 free entrance

A performative installation about the transformative potential of Black Joy and care practices.

In their joint works, the artist duo creates poetic spaces of community and care in the context of racist and (neo)colonial oppression. BLACKNUSS is a large-scale installation that explores artistic practices of reconstructing and transmitting Afrodiasporic knowledge at the intersection of performance, music and experimental online radio, during the three festival weeks. Every Friday it hosts performances that make connections between complex historiographies of migration, resistance, joy, memory and home-ness; with the installation open on all other festival evenings. On Aug. 12, the performance dinner ALL BLACK EVERY-TING illustrates the relationship between Black foodways, the transmission of diasporic knowledges and memory. A participatory opera performance connects themes of Black domesticity, material culture and rhythm as memory in THE TOOLS THAT BUILT THIS HOUSE (Aug. 19). And the music and hair braiding performance CAREFULLY, SO CAREFULLY (Aug. 26) delves into practices of radical, decolonizing forms of care. Obaro Ejimiwe aka Ghostpoet, will also curate a club evening on Aug. 20.


  • Concept & Realisation: Luiza Prado & Obaro Ejimiwe
  • Stage design: Ruth Bartle

FUNDED by the Performing Arts Fund with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media as part of NEUSTART KULTUR


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