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(c) Laura Schäffer
Society & PoliticsVortrag


Reflect is a multi-disciplinary festival which addresses the need to question ‘othering’ practices in the arts and process of cultural ‘othering’. Reflect festival thus encourage discussions between diverse youth groups on the topics of self-representation, review on cultural identity and community. 

The symposium and the performative exhibition will take place in cooperation with the “SFC Jugendcorner” and will gather young people as experts, artists and cultural workers to talk about the topics self-reflection, self-love and ‘othering’. In this symposium we attempt to listen, speak, visualise and learn or unlearn mindfulness as a tool to use against practices of ‘othering’, bringing together positions and references which are engaged in antiracist strategies by art activism, theory and community-building.

This initiative is part of 'Dis-Othering Beyond Afropolitan & other labels” a Creative Europe collaborative project on the necessary deconstruction of ‘othering’ practices in European cultural institutions.


Symposium, Performative Exhibition and DJ line
Friday, 6th of September 2019

Welcoming & Food

Afro Rainbow Austria
from 4 pm, project space

Lectures & Performances
5 pm – 8:30 pm, project space

SFC Jugendcorner (youth group Schware Frauen Community)
Belinda Kazeem (artist, author)
Karen Michelsen Castañón (artist)
Henrie Dennis (activist, curator)
Nitin Bharosa (cultural theorist, author)
Marissa Lôbo (artist, curator)
Imani Rameses (performance artist)

DJ Line
9 pm, foyer
Sounds of Blackness

Workshops, Film screening, Performance, Concert and DJ Line
Saturday, 7th of September 2019

Color Writing / Enesi M., 1 pm – 2:30 pm, project space
Wearing Resistance / Nene Surreal, 2:30 pm – 4 pm
Body Love Movement / Mzamo Nondlwana,4 pm – 6 pm, project space

Film screening
6:30 pm – 8 pm, hall
Series: Black Film Shorts / Adia Trischler

8 pm – 9 pm, hall
ABSTRACTION / Elisabeth Bakambamba Tambwe
Alley of his Majesty...BLACK SWAN / Mzamo Nondlwana

Concerts & DJ Line
9 pm – 1 am, hall
moderated by Dalia Ahmed



Lalala – Kids Program
Sunday, 8th of September 2019

Food for Fun

2 pm, project space

Workshop for children, 2 pm - 3 pm
Watercolor / Ani Ganzala

Workshop für parents, 2 pm - 3 pm
Performing ways of being with each other / Karen Michelsen Castañón

concert, 3 pm - 4 pm
Mapu & Bismani Huni Kuin

Workshop, 4 pm – 5:30 pm
Reading & Painting - Kabá Darebu / Luisa Lobo and Fernanda Palmieri

Reading Resistance - Verena Melgarejo Weinandt

Organiser: kulturen in bewegung in Kooperation mit dem Schwarze Frauen Community Jugendcorner