Dachkammer

WITHIN THE LONELY HOURS

Festival: 03. - 05. April

Festival

Die Welt war noch nie so vernetzt wie in der gegenwärtigen Phase der Globalisierung. Dennoch hält uns eine stille Plage, eine Epidemie der Einsamkeit gefangen. Die selbsterklärten sozialen Medien distanzieren uns eher von einander, anstatt uns zu verbinden. Darüber hinaus hat die aktuelle globale Covid*19-Pandemie eine unverzichtbare soziale Distanzierung ausgelöst, die uns allein zu Hause festhält. Inmitten dieses einsamen globalen Ausnahmezustands, bewegen sich die Künste in den digitalen Raum!

Das Online-Festival WITHIN THE LONELY HOURS ermöglicht eine gemeinsame Erkundung von Einsamkeit und Intimität im Spätkapitalismus. Künstler*innen, die sich als Queer, Trans*, Sexarbeiter*innen und (Post-)Migrant*innen identifizieren, sind eingeladen, Gefühle, Traurigkeit und Verwundbarkeit auszuloten. Indem sie gemeinsam Widerstand gegen dominante Regime leisten, Solidarität untereinander leben und kollektive politische Bewegungen aufbauen, stellen sich die beteiligten Künstler*innen eine Welt gemeinschaftlicher Interdependenz vor. Das von Kurator Keith Zenga King konzipierte Programm dieses Festivals untersucht unsere gemeinsamen Möglichkeiten jenseits des Mythos der Knappheit. Ein öffentliches Ritual des Gefühls als digitaler Livestream.

Anmeldung zu den Workshops durch eine englischsprachige Nachricht an kammerqueers@kammerspiele.de.

Das Programm “Within the lonely hours” wird am 4. April von 18 Uhr bis 24 Uhr live auf der Startseite der Münchner Kammerspiele zu sehen sein.


Programm

16 Uhr bis 17 Uhr

Workshop Erotic Trans Bodies - Beyond Fetishism
gefördert durch Olave Nduwanje

Participants are invited to explore the writing of erotica. We will consider the ways in which queer and trans bodies are imagined and positioned as erotic or fetish. Participants will be challenged to invent ways in which the language of desire and lust,can be instrumental in restoring dignity to non-normative bodies.

Anmeldung unter kammerqueers@kammerspiele.de


17 Uhr bis 18 Uhr

The self care Workshop
gefördert durch Pedra Costa

The Self-Care Workshop with Pêdra Costa brings simple elements to deepen our connection with ourselves and the other, through empathy, embracing, touching, looking, sharing and the power of herbal bathing. These insights are powerful tools against the perpetuation of terror in the experience of queer people in their daily life.

This workshop is a place to exchange knowledge about self-care and to encounter as a celebration of our affective network and the power of collective joy. As I wrote in one of my manifestos “We are always collective, never individual.”

This is a practical workshop and will be held in English, manifestations in any language or silence are still welcome though!

Anmeldung unter kammerqueers@kammerspiele.de


18 Uhr bis 19 Uhr

Livestream LONELINESS A GLOBAL STATE OF EMERGENCY

Panel

MIT Olave Nduwanje, Alok Vaid Menon, Travis Alabanza MODERIERT VON Keith Zenga King


20 Uhr bis 21 Uhr

Livestream Before I step outside (You love me)
Show

Inszenierung Travis Alabanza & Danielle Brathwaite Shirley


21 Uhr bis 00 Uhr

WUSS 3000 DIGITAL


PERFORMANCES

MIT Pêdra Costa and "de_colon_isation part VI: inbodiesvisibleborders", Hamza Mala and "War on Bodies", Adrian Blount, Lina Bembe and "Cam room" gefolgt von einer LIVE DANCE PARTY MIT DJ T.TOTAL


Pêdra Costa: "de_colon_isation part VI: inbodiesvisibleborders"

What/how/where are the in_visible borders and bodies? What/how/where are the limits between each one? What is seen? A virtual future, a real one. Where we are now is where we are building the future. The future is here, through us. we are ancestors of those who are coming... by other connections, not only blood. Our memories will be virtual, they will access them. In addition, they will access our strengths, survival strategies, our invisible legacy as well. We are those who are changing, right here and right now, the future. we are the archeology of the future. Is the queerness still queer without a embodied body? At last, there will be no queer future without a destruction of the colonial past, capitalist present, normative, anthropocentric and binary society.

The action is a cyborg, virtual and collective one, from a southern and anal perspective, from an inner and outer surfaces, and re_mixed friendly voices.


MALA: "War on Bodies"

"War on bodies" sheds light on the chronological process of controlling the body in a relation with colonialism that tries to jump through different times lived by Moroccan people and their bodies.

This performance illustrates how colonialism changed, how we treat our bodies, our genders and sexualities, expressing the bodily colonialism associated with war, military invasion, and how the model imposed is associated with the colonial bodies and sexualities.

By using audiovisual materials, body expression and symbols inherited from Moroccan Amazigh memory, the performance is a revival of culture bodily transmitted by inheritance, inspired by the history and traditions of the Moroccan people and their bodies.

Mala refers to borders as a colonial concept associated with delusional boundaries or building walls and also laying barbed wire, which in one way or another tells us how boundaries have contributed to the bordering of our bodies and sexualities.


Lina Bembe: "Cam room"

Webcamming is a form of sex work that allows for unique dynamics of intimacy, interactions and narratives of sexual desire. In this live webcam show, the different performative layers and possibilities of online intimacy overlap with the physical proximity of the webcamming studio space. Questions of bodily agency, autonomy, desire and intimacy will flow and be negotiated throughout the performance, highlighting the myriad possibilities having a screen in between can open.


Kuration Keith Zenga King Dramaturgie Martin Valdés-Stauber Technische Umsetzung Amon Ritz Produktionsleitung Charlotte Hesse


Eine Veranstaltung mit der

Petra Kelly Stiftung
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