Debate, Discursive

29 January–15 June 2008

WomenSpeak!

BAK, basis voor actuele kunst co-presents WomenSpeak!, a year-long series of monthly debates and presentations on the intricacies of gender issues in an inter-cultural context. WomenSpeak! is co-organized by five Utrecht-based cultural and academic institutions: BAK, basis voor actuele kunst, the Graduate Gender Programme and Centre for the Humanities of Utrecht University, Kosmopolis Utrecht, and TUMULT. The plurality of intellectual, cultural, and artistic practices presented by these institutions are engaged in the topics such as emancipation, radicalization, adoption, pornography, and sexuality in the intersection of different cultures. At the same time, forms of academic and public discourse and language are under examination from gender and intercultural perspectives: for whom, what, and how are “we” speaking in times when the subaltern are produced in the here and now?

WomenSpeak! is co-organized by BAK, the Graduate Gender Programme and Centre for the Humanities of Utrecht University, Kosmopolis Utrecht, and TUMULT.

Financially made possible by Mama Cash and WOMEN Inc.

Program

Tuesday 29.01.2008, 20:00–21:30 hrs
No. 1 Follow the Leader
TUMULT, Domplein 5, Utrecht

Saturday 08.03.2008, 14.00–16.30 hrs
No. 2 Mom, where do I come from?
De Zindering, Stadsschouwburg, Lucasbolwerk 24, Utrecht

Sunday 20.04.2008, 15.00–18.00 hrs
No. 3 Who cares?
15.00 hrs Play Meisjesstad by STUT Theater
16.30 hrs Debate Who Cares?
Stefanus, Amazonedreef 44, Utrecht

Sunday 15.06.2008, 20.00–21.30 hrs
No. 4 Pride and Homosexuality
TUMULT, Domplein 5, Utrecht

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Exhibition

Public Program

Podcast and sound installation

17 April–03 July 2021

Fragments of Repair: Repair & Listen

Throughout the duration of the project Fragments of Repair, Kader Attia engages in creating a new eponymous work in the form of a gradually unfolding podcast and sound installation in twelve parts, titled Repair & Listen. Drawing on transcultural epistemologies and lived experiences, the podcast investigates “repair” as a concrete practice to counter the psychological impact of living through a pandemic. The episodes of the podcast will become available on this page, throughout the duration of Fragments of Repair.