R E F L E C T Festival
A multi-disciplinary festival which addresses the need to question ‘othering’ practices in the arts and process of cultural ‘othering’. REFLECT festival thus encourage discussions between diverse youth groups on the topics of self-representation, review on cultural identity and community.
REFLECT: Symposium + Performative Exhibition + DJ line
6th Sept, 4pm (Welcoming & Catering by Afro Rainbow Austria)
The symposium and the performative exhibition will take place in cooperation with the ‘SFC Jugendcorner’ and will gather young people as experts, artists and cultural workers to talk about the topics: self-reflection, self-love and ‘othering’.
Lectures & Performances, 5pm – 8:30pm (WUK-Projektraum)
SFC Jugendcorner (Youth Group of the Schwarze Frauen Community)
Belinda Kazeem (artist, writer)
Karen Michelsen Castañón (visual artist and art educator)
Henrie Dennis (activist, curator)
Nitin Bharosa (cultural theorist and writer)
Marissa Lôbo (artist, curator)
Imani Rameses (performance artist)
DJ Line, 9pm (Foyer)
Sounds of Blackness
7th Sept, 1pm - 6pm
Color Writing / Enesi M.
1pm – 2.30pm
Wearing Resistance / Nene Surreal
2.30pm – 4pm
Body Love Movement / Mzamo Nondlwana
4pm – 6pm
R E F L E C T Film screening + Performances
7th Sept, 6:30pm - 9pm
Film screening, 6:30pm – 8pm
Film Shorts / Adia Trischler
Jeannete Ehlers 'Black Bullets'
Elisha Leverock-Smith 'Miss Black Germany'
Janicza Bravo 'Man Rots Head'
Showcase by the nomadic platform ‘The Golden Pixel Cooperative’
Performances, 8pm – 9pm
Elisabeth Bakambamba Tambwe - ABSTRACTION
Mzamo Nondlwana - Alley of his Majesty...BLACK SWAN
R E F L E C T Concerts & DJ Line
9pm - 1pm
(moderated by Dalia Ahmed)
BAD & BOUJEE
REFLECT Lalala – Kids Program
8th Sept, 2pm (Food for Fun)
Workshop for Kids, 2pm – 3pm
Watercolor - Ani Ganzala
Workshop for Parents, 2pm - 3pm
Performing ways of being with each other - Karen Michelsen Castañón
Concert, 3pm – 4pm
Mapu & Bismani Huni Kuin
Workshop, 4pm – 5:30pm
Reading & Painting / Kabá Darebu - Luisa Lobo and Fernanda Palmieri
Reading Resistance - Verena Melgarejo Weinandt
This initiative is part of "Dis-Othering Beyond Afropolitan & other labels” a Creative Europe collaborative project on the necessary deconstruction of ‘othering’ practices in European cultural institutions.
Curated by Tonica Hunter, Maria Herold and Marissa Lôbo for kulturen in bewegung.