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Queer B-Cademy – Taking to the Streets:
Tag 1 – u.a. mit Hengameh Yaghoobifarah, EBOW, Célia N’Noko und House of Brownies

 
  • © Stef Mosebach
  • Hengameh Yaghoobifarah & Duygu Ağal
  • Ebow
  • Bad&Boujee
digital / Theater & Performance / Theory / Music
  • Thu, 29.04.2021 from 18:15 [Live-Stream, also Online]

View the whole Queer B-Cademy program here

HENGAMEH YAGHOOBIFARAH & DUYGU AĞAL
Reading and interview: Start 6.15pm
Livestream

EBOW
Concert: Start 7.30pm
Livestream

BAD&BOUJEE
DJ-SET: Start 8.30pm
Livestream
Listen here: www.halloradio.net

SIMON SCHULTZ in collaboration with YOUSEF ISKANDAR, LOUISE VIND NIELSEN, HANNES SIEBERT: DAS MEDIKAMENT
Performance: Start 8:30pm
Livestream

All 4 days:
QUEER B CADEMY feat HALLO: Radio
Radio program hosted by Best Boy Electric / Info
Listen here: www.halloradio.net

CÉLIA N’NOKO: Q-FUTURISM
Photography exhibition in the city / Info

MATHIS: CU
Installation / Info

HOUSE OF BROWNIES
Dance: Available all day via the [k] to go-app / Info

Leaving the house requires mental preparation, especially when it involves a trip to the authorities. So, author and journalist Hengameh Yaghoobifarah will open Queer B-Cademy this year by providing a vision of institutional upheaval in the title of their freshly released novel “Ministerium der Träume” (Ministry of Dreams). After a reading, Hengameh will be joined by writer, curator and moderator Duygu Ağal for an interview that gives us more insight into their work.

A truly queer opening will have to be running on multiple tracks: three durational formats will be launched on the first night: The photo exhibition “Q-Futurismby Célia N’Noko will school everyone who ever had the audacity to ask how queer people can be recognised visually. It will be put up on posters in the streets of Hamburg.  Because heteronormative thinking and behavioural patterns still dominate the public space. In his installative performance project  CU that he presents in a teaser video, transdisciplinary artist Mathis Santos works on opening it up for deeper connections. The four dancers of the House of Brownies dance around the Kampnagel building via the K-to-go App, as they reenact everyday scenarios, flipping through their repertoire of dance styles.

In the piece Das Medikamentthe performers Simon Schultz, Louise Vind Nielsen, Yousef Iskandar and Hannes Siebert narrate the history of HIV up until the development of and marketability of PrEP prophylaxis via dialogue, choreography and video footage, and simultaneously focus on the constantly changing correlations between infection and the apportioning of blame in society (also streamed on Friday and Sunday!)

The ultimate cure for everything is music. On the opening night, it’s none other than rapper EBOW, known to have started her career performing in public spaces, who will provide the potion. That extra party feeling will be served by Austria’s first all-black and femme DJ collective Bad&Boujee through the airwaves of Hallo Radio, whose team has co-curated the music program for “Taking to the Streets”.



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