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Feminist Night Scapes

Künstlerisches Lehramt
Online via Zoom

Nightwalk Feminist Nightscapes is curated by Elke Krasny, Sophie Lingg, Claudia Lomoschitz

Feminist Nightscapes findet im Rahmen der Eröffnung der von Martin Beck, Sabeth Buchmann und Stephanie Damianitsch kuratierten Ausstellung Einrichtung und Gegebenheit: Infrastruktur als Form und Handlung statt.

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Wherever you are, join us for a nightwalk on March 8, 2022, at 9 pm CET. Feminist Nightscapes is a simultaneous walk happening, which can be joined from everywhere around the world via zoom. Bring your mobile phone with a zoom application and headphones to participate in the digitally connected walk through various cities.

In feminist cities, WLINTA* (women, lesbians, inter, non-binary, trans, agender) groups roam the night. They enjoy places, share space, sing revolutionary songs, perform scores, stroll through the streets, and support each other.

March 8, International Women’s Day, invites us to imagine and demand non-sexist and peaceful cities. What would such feminist cities feel like? What kinds of infrastructures will they provide for their human and non-human inhabitants? What kinds of care-full environments will they offer? How have feminists used urban infrastructures for carving out different lives? How are boulevards and squares turned into infrastructures useful to marches, assemblies, and protests? How can we remember and honor those who built and fought for different infrastructures, access, justice, and caring cities.

Manifestos, reflections, pamphlets, songs, and scores will compose the virtual collective nightwalk with contributions from Justine Bell in Copenhagen, Maddalena Fragnito and Zoe Romano in Milano, Angela Dimitrakaki in Edinburgh , Sylvia Sadzinski (Berlin), Lucy Delap in Cambridge, Nina Prader in Berlin, Lara Perry in Brighton, Héléne Frichot (Melbourne), Małgorzata Markiewicz (Krakow), Elke Krasny & Sophie Lingg & Claudia Lomoschitz (Vienna), Mara Sánchez Llorens & Sálvora Feliz Ricoy (Madrid), Matilde Igual Capdevila (Valencia), Natalia Avlona ( Copenhagen ), Tara McDowell (Melbourne), Mascha Fehse & Licia Soldavini (Berlin), Zaida Muxi (Barcelona), Kirsten Lloyd (Edinburgh), Marvi Mazhar in Karachi and others.