Filmmaker Mohamad Abdouni portraits a drag queen, who moved from the US to Lebanon and reflects on her ambivalent feelings towards her new hometown.
The artist duo is bringing fashion designer NAO SERATi’s fashion and a pretty catchy song to the Southern African countryside.
I wanted to introduce Mysti as a “Berlin based performer and writer”, but then realized that she would probably never consider herself a “performer”
About a month ago Dennis Cooper‘s “DC” blog, which the writer and artist had been working on for over 14 years,
Until the 17th of July New Yorker’s have the opportunity to see Berlin based artist Markues‘ first exhibition in the
How can we be a community if we exploit each other? In this wonderfully cynical, yet melancholic and passionate performance
No, FEM4FEM, a “magazine that celebrates all that is transformative, magical, intersectional, and queer” is not an actual magazine. The
If you happen to be in Berlin in the next weeks and months, I warmly recommend the exhibition “What is
“Queer, Ill, & Okay” is an experimental performance series started by Joseph Varisco, founder of the Chicago-based multimedia production collective
Edited by AA Bronson and Philip Aarons. Available via Printed Matter.
In his video installation “Dance to the End of Love” Beirut based artist Akram Zaatari explores facets of masculinity by
Denise Jolly and Sonya Renee are two champion spokenword artists and activists now visiting Europe (dates below). On Thursday 13