call for reinforcements to face the second wave

call for reinforcements to face the second wave
call for reinforcements to face the second wave

American philosopher Judith Butler will be one of the Festival’s virtual guests

Sorority will be the common thread of the 16th edition of the Les Créatives festival, which questions the issues of contemporary feminism and gender minorities. Music, dance, exhibitions, performances, readings, workshops and even an urban stroll will be on view in Geneva from November 14 to 29.

Among the many proposals, “Hang on to the night” will see five Geneva alternative clubs – private dance – metamorphose, during the opening weekend, into an exhibition route, explained Dominique Rovini, director of the festival, on Thursday. at Keystone-ATS. Through the eyes of five curators, this project questions the genre choices that structure public collections, especially contemporary art, and art exhibitions.

Exceptional encounters

The particular context allows the festival to give a great place to the Swiss artistic scene. During “Creative Studio”, twelve artists from all over Switzerland will record their voices which will then be broadcast on online platforms. Their performances will then be revealed during the “Degenerate your club” evening.

Another side effect of the crisis, the festival will offer exceptional encounters by interposed video, with inspiring interlocutors. In normal times, their presence is almost unexpected, stressed Ms. Rovini.

Judith Butler, a major figure in gender issues, will converse with journalist Lauren Bastide, author Roxane Gay with journalist and anti-racist activist Rokhaya Diallo. The public will be invited to interact during these American-European views.

Multiple artists

Around these two highlights, the artistic proposals will decline at will the questions of the place of women and gender minorities. International artists such as SOPHIE, DeenaAbdelwahed and Casey will illuminate the halls of Geneva with their presence.

Among the other guests, Ausgang (Casey), ContraPoints, Deena Abdelwahed, Ntando Cele, Simone Aughterlony, Chloé Delaume, Rokhaya Diallo, Kety Fusco, Maya Rochat, Zehra Dogan and Emilie Pictet.

Deployment in Basel

Heart of the festival, the Théâtre Saint-Gervais will host thematic events, performances, live recording of podcasts around the Geneva figure of Grisélidis Real or workshops to learn how to cope with physical or verbal attacks. Agoras will address precariousness, the gendered division of professions, sex work, domestic violence, sexism in the public space.

Supported for the first time by the Federal Office of Culture, collaborations have been set up with other stages in the country: around ten events are planned at the Kaserne in Basel and one at the Docks in Lausanne. Objective: to bring the issue of equality in the cultural and artistic world to the national level.

Source: ATS

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