Carina Dala and Lea Wiednig talk with queer, critical and non- western voices in arts. This podcast is an art mediation project that accompanies the collectively curated project
“Visibility is Intersectional! Critical Non-Western, Migrant, and Post-migrant Voices in Alternative Publishing Culture”
which is part of the exhibition Queer*fem* magaZINES. Queer and Feminist Publishing in Art and Culture at Rupertinum, Museum der Moderne Salzburg.
The publications we will explore:
- Aquarium (Patu),
- Borrowed Faces (Fehras Publishing Practices),
- Homestories (Vina Yun),
- Migrazine (maiz) and
- Perilla Zine (Perilla Verein)
articulate how socio-political and cultural interdependencies can lead to recurring stereotypes and discrimination patterns as they reflect on social interactions and the need for fundamental changes in perspective.
We will be deconstructing common themes that we encounter in these publications. We will learn about experiences and first-hand knowledge and explore concepts such as identity, diaspora, migration, intersectionality and visibility.
Onair time: June 2023
Language: This Podcast is bilingual. Some episodes are in German, others in English.
Produced and edited by Carina Dala and Lea Wiednig. In collaboration with:
Radiofabrik Verein Freier Rundfunk Salzburg, the inter-university organization Wissenschaft & Kunst, Paris Lodron University Salzburg and University Mozarteum.
It contains original music from Thomas Gschoßmann.
Special thanks to Jürgen Tabor, Stefanie Grünangerl, Carla Stenitzer, Elke Zobl and Laila Huber.
Sendungen zum Nachhören
1. a(rt) platform: Introduction
Carina and Lea introduce their podcast and examine how the artistic and collective publishing of alternative publication media is used as a vehicle by critical non-Western, migrant, and post-migrant voices to promote visibility and belonging.
The activist publications Aquarium (Patu), Borrowed Faces (Fehras Publishing Practices),…