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A 3-day journey through the queer and trans migration, sex work and ritual healing

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► This event is part of · Festival · In the Queer and Now · Cartographies of Affect ·

A 3-day journey through the queer and trans migration, sex work and ritual healing

//__SAT, 26 SEP (19.30 H) QUEER_REVOLUTION_MAROC, Ch. 3

Day 3 (The Show): Decolonizing Queer- A Moroccan Sex Worker’s Perspective

The performance night is entitled: “Decolonizing Queer - A Moroccan Sex Worker’s Perspective” and consits of three performances:

Performance 1: Tales of Moroccan Sex osrker - Sadiqa El kahal

Sadiqa El Kahal will take you for a journey to their night sex work life in Marrakech, to the other side of Jamaâ El Fna square, where the documentary makers don’t even dare to come. Just for a night Sadiqa will take you to an eye opening adventure. No visa, no passport and no travel documents are required. This is a selective invitation to their life.

Performance 2: War on bodies - Mala Badi

Mala Badi is a gender non-conforming performance artist, writer and political activist from Morocco. Their performances and writings emerge from their personal experiences in daily life. Mala seeks to amplify the visibility of the queer & trans* North African, Amazigh, Muslim and Refugee communities. They believe that decolonizing art is a necessary political act of affirming existence against the global attack and the marginalization of the cultures, histories and collective artistic work of POC and people from the south.

Performance 3: The voice of the queer - Sadiqa El Kahal

Rap- performance titled Sawet El Queer (the voice of the queer) a tribute to the queer Morocco revolution movement.

And to wrap up the night, there will be a self managed “Boite de Musique” Dj where the audience can dance to music from their own choice.

Here you find the other days:

DAY 1 - https://www.facebook.com/events/725884228269074/

DAY 2 - https://www.facebook.com/events/318367966249481/

__Mala Badi is a gender non-conforming performance artist, writer and political activist from Morocco. Their performances and writings emerge from their personal experiences in daily

life. Mala seeks to amplify the visibility of the queer & trans* North African, Amazigh, Muslim and Refugee communities. They believe that decolonizing art is a necessary political act of

affirming existence against the global attack and the marginalization of the cultures, histories and collective artistic work of POC and people from the south.

__Sadiqa El Kahal is a queer non-binary artist from Morocco, refugee in the Netherlands, they are a rapper, performer artist and storyteller. Through their words they share the beauty, pain, joy, sadness, laughs and tears of the queer life. Because by sharing emotions, stories and experiences we contribute to the creation of a New World Order where All Queer Lives Matter.

__Oumaima Dermoumi is Moroccan non binary artivist and gender studies student. They are researcher in the masculinities of Morocco. They have a Bachelor in Political science from the University of Paris 8 and currently finishing a Masters in gender studies. After 6 months with HELEM in Lebanon, came the decision to found Nassawiyat in Morocco, a

feminist and LBTQ group in Morocco that work on queer artivism issues. Interested by the queers, immigration, and photography, they did their first photography exhibition called «

Abandoned Queers in Lebanon » in Tunis and Paris in 2019. Their art discusses the subjects of gender, bodies, spirituality and healing. Healing the wounds of love, politics and

society. They grew up in Morocco but have been living in France since 2014.

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* This project is part of Oyoun‘s curatorial focus:

"EMBODIED TEMPORALITIES"

The program sets to investigate the embodied memories and identities through diasporic and gender-critical perspectives. The body emerges as a changing relationship and at the same time unfolds as an ethical horizon and challenge for the (un)making of the self, identity, and belonging. “Embodied Temporalities’ will unravel the possibilities by the means of the language of art while exploring and diversifying collaborations through intersectional, anti-fascist, and decolonial perspectives.

For press and media enquiries, please email us at hallo@oyoun.de (DE/ EN)

__THE LOCATION__

Built in 1865, the former brewery is now called Oyoun and serves as an antidisciplinary epicenter focusing on decolonial, queer*feminist, migrant and diasporic arts and culture.

🎯 Wissmannstr. 32, 12049 Berlin

(U7 + U8/ Hermannplatz)

For press and media enquiries, please email us at hallo@oyoun.de (DE/ EN)

__HOUSE RULES__

We have no place for sexism, queerphobia, transphobia, any form of racism or discrimination such as anti-Muslim and anti-Jewish racism, and any sort of violent or aggressive behaviour. Oyoun is a safe space for all, an open forum for dialogue, criticism and a place where we stand up for each other. If someone/something is bothering you, please approach a member of staff who are here to help!

__ACCESSIBILITY__

There is an elevator and wheelchair accessible entrance to the building. There are silent areas and staff members to guide you through the space. Whilst the bathrooms are gendered by law, we encourage guests to use whichever facilities they identify with. Bathroom policing will not be tolerated.

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