Exhibition

@nGbK.de: 2016 program includes SPORT project

group photo of first 3 selected (all queer-feminist) projects for 2016

Exciting news from the nGbK - neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst [in translation: new society for visual arts] http://www.nGbK.de/
nGbK mebers voted on April12th over 2016 program and are very happy to announce the winnings teams:

  1. No play Feminist Training Camp
  2. Fatherfigures are hard to find
  3. contesting / contexting SPORT
  4. Necessità dei Volti: A Dialogical Procedure
  5. ENE MEINE MUH… UND WELCHE STADT WILLST DU?
  6. Animal Lovers

QueerSport.LAB - POSSIBLE?!. @WHW.hr

exhibition: Another SPORT is Possible ? ! .
PHOTOS: http://goo.gl/F0qvc
PRESS RELEASE: http://goo.gl/8AKBW
EXHIBITION TEXTS: http://goo.gl/gAMoUD

+ QueerSport.LAB with program:
12/06/2012 - 18:30 Queering Sport - workshop: qSPORT & co.
14/06/2012 - 18:30 Trans x Sport - screenings + skype-in: Tom Weller
17/06/2012 - 14:00 QS Brunch - screening “Justin” (doc.) + skype-in: Juliet Jacques

_artists:
Tom Weller (Berlin, Germany), http://www.tom-weller.de/
Jason Hall (Brighton, UK), http://www.outlinegallery.com/
Željko Blaće (Zagreb, Croatia), http://zeljko.blace.name/
_communities:
Boxing Girls / Boxing Queers (Berlin, Germany), http://www.boxgirls.org/
The Justin Campaign (Brighton, UK), http://www.thejustincampaign.com/
qSPORT (Zagreb, Croatia), http://www.qsport.info/


_from the introduction text to exhibition:
- Contemporary sport (hypercompetitive, commercialized, institutionalized, politicized...) is often perceived uncritically - especially as a mechanism of capitalist ideology and in its capacity of a globalizer/normalizer of societies. It is equally a source of countless traumatic, stressful and frustrating experiences for (queer) youth, (trans) individuals and others who challenge or do not fit its existing norms. If Sport (as Art) can be considered a laboratory and a contested site, then it is potentially one of the largest domains for social, cultural and political experimentation, but also innovation in contemporary societies... - This exhibition and the QueerSport.LAB program is part of a broader international creative inquiry into tensions between Sport and LGBT/Queer realities. Artists and communities presented here with their works and documentation point to some of many tangents in which creative engagement can work against the normativity of sport through queer expression. Though physically far apart, contextually constrained and of different methodologies and operational networks, all share a common understanding of sport as a context that is neither fixed nor given, but one that needs constant claiming and self-organizing and most of all, imagining viable alternatives.

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