Affinity Group for BIPoC, Crips and Queers
The collaborating queer BIPoC disabled group KIWI – Knowing institutions from within invites to an open meeting in the SAG space on Wednesday June 14 from 16.00 to 18.00, hosted by Tizo. The group is an attempt to bring folks to share their experiences in working with institutions and find ways to deal with their lack of looking at certain issues. KIWI invites to look for common grounds and ways to start, open or continue dialogues with institutions of art related to politics towards BIPoC, crip and queer folks.
Who is invited: BIPoCs, Crips and Queers, professionals of art, independent artists, lawyers, policy makers, social studies, people working in the fields and on its various branches of it. For the gathering within the frame of Leisure and Pleasure the group will be open for allies, also counting with the presence of the curator Mateus Szymanówka, who will be present at this session.
Tizo All is a queer BIPOC Brazilian artist, based in Berlin. Since 2006 Tizo works within the fields of contemporary art, movement and dance. Tizo has been developing autorship performances, as well, working with groups and artist in the context of Europea Union, Brasil and South Korea. “As an artist my main goal is transformation, as individual is the respect and more social justice and love within the society”.
Within the frame of Leisure & Pleasure, supported by the Capital Cultural Fund. Media partners: Arts of the Working Class, Berlin Art Link, Kulturplakatierung, Missy Magazine, Rausgegangen, tip Berlin, taz.die tageszeitung.