Marry Klein Kulturdonnerstag / Talk & DJ-Set
Kulturelle Räume und white privilege
Speaker: Pamela Owusu-Brenyah (AFROxPOP / Berlin) (she/her), Rafush (yoko yoko Berlin – she/her)
Moderation: Lily Felixberger (Harry Klein – she/her)
Warum werden kulturelle Räume und Clubs immer von Menschen betrieben, die privilegiert sind und das Gefühl von Ausgrenzung und Diskriminierung nicht kennen? Wie können diese Räume umgestaltet werden und welche Strukturen braucht es dafür? Wir sprechen mit DJ, Aktivistin Pamela Owusu-Brenyah sowie Rafa aka Rafush vom Berliner Kollektiv yokoyoko. Der Panel wird in englischer Sprache gehalten.
Why are cultural spaces and clubs always run by people who are privileged and do not know the feeling of exclusion and discrimination? How can these spaces be transformed and what structures are needed to do so? We talk to DJ, activist Pamela Owusu-Brenyah and DJ Rafa aka Rafush from Berlin based collective yokoyoko. (engl. only)
20 Uhr Einlass
20:30 Uhr Panel talk with Pamela Owusu-Brenyah (AFROxPOP | she/her) & Rafa aka Rafush (yokoyoko | she/her) | Moderation: Lily Felixberger (Harry Klein | she/her)
22:00 Uhr DJ Set It’s Pam Bam & VJ NAS & VJ Creative Services
24:00 Uhr Ende
Der Panel wird zudem als Livestream über den YouTube Kanal des Harry Klein gestreamt.
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Pamela is an Afropop A&R, Festival Organizer, Cultural Program Curator. In her work she campaigns for the visibility of contemporary Afro-pop culture and people of African descent in Germany. She founded a community platform and festival AFRO x POP in 2018, which aims to give talented artists* of the Afro-German scene a stage. She wants to build bridges between artists from the African continent and Germany. Freelance consultant since 2019, she has curated program for Pop-Kultur Festival, Reeperbahn Festival, Federal Ministry of Development and Cooperation, and GIZ, and has been an A&R for Universal Music & Afroforce1 Records. Pamela is a jury member of the Artist and Residency Funding Program by Musicboard Berlin and board member of Music Women* Germany.
Rafa aka Rafush
Co-founder of the fresh born collective Yoko Yoko, an afro futurist, multi-disciplinary BIPOC collective, and OUCH, originally a party series, for those tired of the binary sounds (Techno/House) that occupies most of the lineups, developing to a collective, a radio show, recently premiered at Cashmere Radio, she sees an urgent need of inclusion and awareness in club culture. Before techno was white and hedonistic, it was black and political. Originally conceived—as a reaction to inner-city decay, as byproduct of African-American struggle, as a form of protest. Underground Resistance was in no way a euphemism, but a reality. Inclusion, awareness and dance floor politics still belong to now days club culture.
Ende: 23.06.2022 23:59
Kosten: € 5.00 Unkostenbeitrag