Mis(s)placed Women? Belgrade: 14-18 Nov 2021

Tanja Ostojić’s ongoing Mis(s)placed Women? project will take place in person and online in Belgrade on the 14th of October – 18th November 2021. Mad Kate will join a Berlin group of artists who will attend the happening in person on the 16th and 17th of October. Tanja OstojićMIS(S)PLACED WOMEN?2009-2021Collaborative

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Secretions: 19 Oct 2021

𝔖𝔈ℭℜ𝔈𝔗ℑ𝔒𝔑𝔖 𝔓ℜ𝔈𝔖𝔈𝔑𝔗𝔖 ✹Mona Servo (live) + Swan Bitume (vj)✹Mona Servo works on queer & feminist body/ies, aestheticsand politics through music, performance and other multimedia devices. In her work,she combines DIY cultures, contemporary occultures, experimental practices of moving images and sound/music as well as micro-editing,invocating among others poetry, sexualities, memory, alteration,marginalities,

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ArtesMobiles | System Failed: 29-30 Oct. @ Hybrid Play Festival

SYSTEMFAILED PROJECT SystemFailed deals with structures of power in the “smart” age. Algorithmic governance techniques are made playfully tangible and a critical examination of digitalization is initiated. Three performers and a self-developed AI system, represented by moving light and projections, face the audience. The project is divided into three modules:SystemFailed:exploration – the

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HYENAZ | AUTOMINE: 9 – 10 Dec 2021

HYENAZ AUTOMINEPERFORMANCEDECEMBER 9 – 10 2021ACUD Berlin HYENAZ present their musical works as immersive performance intervention. A performance asks that bodies are present: as performer, as audience, as active interlocutor. The assembling of bodies together for the purpose of performance – and the proximity of those bodies to experience or

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03.10 Unsere Stadt aus Vogelaugen: Eine Blutung im Dunkeln

03.10 HYENAZ with Sivan Ben Yishai: Unsere Stadt aus Vogelaugen: Eine Blutung im Dunkeln at Weltecho, Chemnitz Lesung Sivan Ben Yishai Musik Kathryn Fischer / Adrienne Teicher (HYENAZ) Visuals Patrícia Bateira Management/Übertitel Luise Heiderhoff Übersetzung Maren Kames Rechte Suhrkamp Verlag Berlin  Sivan Ben Yishais konzertante Lesung erinnert an zerstörte jüdische Orte. Ursprünglich für den Spielzeitstart in Dortmund entstanden – wo

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