A workshop on feminist science fiction storytelling! The workshop will focus on utopian/dystopian storytelling that echoes site-specific local myths, gossip and histories. Through the use of directed writing exercises they envision merging individual imagination into collective mythologies that reflect experiences of resistance and survival. Furthermore, they will explore the use of emancipatory narratives as a tool of political action from the margins and delve into the transformative potentials of collective dreaming of our past(s) and possible futures. (In English)
Malu Blumeis a performance artist, writer and care warrior, who has a background in art education and is recently working on a sci-fi saga about queer-utopian care communities.
İpek Hamzaoğlu is a filmmaker, artist and researcher, involved in various collaborative / collective projects, most of them address questions of working together, dis/possessions, vulnerability and interdependency.
Both are members of the vienna-based collective ff. feministisches Fundbüro that develops artistic approaches to queer*feminist archival activism, collectivity, affects and precarity.
Wed 2/10 & Thu 3/10, 4 – 7 pm
(Workshop is two days, dates cannot be booked individually)
Age: from 16 onwards
10 persons max
Registration required via firstname.lastname@example.org