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DocLisboa 2022 - International Premiere of ELFRIEDE JELINEK – LANGUAGE UNLEASHED

DocLisboa 2022 - International Premiere of ELFRIEDE JELINEK – LANGUAGE UNLEASHED

ELFRIEDE JELINEK - LANGUAGE UNLEASHED, portrait film of the famous Austrian writter by director Claudia Müller, awarded the FIPRESCI Prize at the Munich Film Festival, will celebrate its international premiere at the upcoming DocLisboa (6.-16.10.2022) ––>

Katrina Daschner - in Person at Filmmuseum - September 15, 2022

Katrina Daschner - in Person at Filmmuseum - September 15, 2022

Katrina Daschner's film and video work is opulent, carnivalesque, and visionary. In a multilayered mix combining different artistic forms and media, Daschner exhausts the possibilities offered by the New Burlesque for gallantry, masquerade, resistance, eccentricity, and a love of surfaces and objects. She creates a cosmos where queer is experienced as a collective utopia spanning styles and genres and transcending the concerns of queer subjectivity. In this iridescent, fleshy, and intersectional universe that is always a stage, she charges "queer" with the identity-disintegrating power at the historical roots of the experiment: sexual desire as a desire for changes in the (neo-)liberal, hetero-patriarchal, social order. A significant share of this power is generated by Daschner's LGBTIQ+-guided, sex positive artistic community work – as part of the musical performance collective SV DAMENKRAFT (with Sabine Marte, Gin Müller, Christina Nemec) and "CLUB BURLESQUE BRUTAL," which she founded and led from 2009–2014. Like everything she does, her work on film is also extensive – a network of performance, textile, architecture, sculpture, music, and borrowings from early cinema that explodes patriarchal norms, constraints, gazes, and poses. (Katharina Müller / Translation: Ted Fendt)

programin context of the exhibition: "BURN & GLOOM! GLOW & MOON! Thousand Years of Troubled Genders" - Katrina Daschner - at Kunsthalle Wien until october 23,.2022

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Viktoria Tremmel

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