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Do you remember 2002?

Do you remember 2002?

My first ever DJ-Set took place in a friendly dark bar, called Nörgelbuff, in 2002 in Göttingen, Germany, not too far from where I live now. I had just started to work at the local Record Shop, DisRecords and a friend I made there invited me to DJ with her and I was...

Ausstellung: Batumi Photo Days

Ausstellung: Batumi Photo Days

Jahr: 2019Ort: Batumi, Georgien + Korea Im Frühjahr war ich Teilnehmerin beim ArtGora Forum in Riga und die Konferenz und inspirierenden Menschen und Projekte dort haben viele tolle Eindrücke hinterlassen. Eine_r der wunderbaren Teilnehmer_innen teilte eine Call für...

Queer Art? @ EU-R CSF

Queer Art? @ EU-R CSF

EU-Russia Civil Society Forum/ Гражданский Форум ЕС-Россия: „1989-2019. Reflecting Europe. Am 5.-6.12.2019 trafen wir uns im Berliner Haus der Statistik um Bilanz zu ziehen und in die Zukunft zu schauen: Wie klang 1989? Woran haben wir uns in diesem Jahr erinnert und...

Ausstellung: Drawings/Connections

Ausstellung: Drawings/Connections

Datum: 14.06.2019 – 7pmOrt: FrauenNachtCafé, Mareschstr. 14, 12055 Berlin About Drawings/Connections Verena Spilker is a queer artist from Berlin. Her drawings of animals, landscapes and moments build a connection between the object and the observer. She explores the...

Ausstellung: A Window to the World

Ausstellung: A Window to the World

Jahr: 2018Ort: Altes Spital Viechtach und Bahnhof Kötzting Missmatch – taken in Kyrgyzstan 2003 I took this picture in Kyrgyzstan in 2003. I was there for a summer program organized by DAAD to learn about Kyrgyz language and culture. But instead of getting me excited...

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