GANG OF WITCHES, feminist and environmentalist artistic gang, presents, on June 15 and 16, its festival, Patriarchy is burning. The third chapter of a cycle started in 2017, this year's event takes the form of a multidisciplinary festival at the YOYO, Palais de Tokyo, and gives pride of place to live performance.
The festival is accompanied by the release of an eponymous book and album.
For two days, Gang Of Witches brings together about fifteen artists, painters, sculptors, writers, photographers, videographers, musicians, dancers, and performers. is preparing to send patriarchy to the stake.
>> JUNE 15 & 16 from 2pm
EMILIE JOUVET: Alcoves - Photography
Gang Of Witches offers a selection of photographic works from "The Book", questioning the political field of sensitivity, the expression of intimacy and desire. Jouvet puts viewers in front of a community that builds its own subjectivity: queers, butch, kings, queens, females, trans, lesbians, bi, straight, gay.
SCARLETT COTEN: "Reimagining Masculinity" - Photography
The ambition of "Reimagining Masculinity" is to open a dialogue around notions of gender or masculine identity. This series also questions the place of the feminine gaze in art.
CIOU: Behind the Scene - Painting
Ciou pays tribute to outstanding women of the 19th century but forgotten by history, such as Mary Blair, who designed the Alice in Wonderland Walt Disney, or Katsushika Ōi, the daughter of Hokusai.
SUNNY BUICK: Dancing with the maneaters - Painting
This work questions the patriarchal system and the place of women in society.
MINA MOND: The New Horsemen of the Apocalypse - Painting
"Sometimes when I look at the world I feel like we are entering a dark new age whose doors have been opened by the new horsemen of the Apocalypse.
I report on this contemporary history by mixing references to the past; both are always intimately linked. "
MIIKKA LOMMI: Patriarchy is burning - Stock video
This is the second clip that Mikka Lommi made for GOW, this time on the title "Patriarchy is burning", the anthem of this festival.
VIVIEN BERTIN: Crystal Titans - Photography
Extracted from a larger work on New York that was the subject of a book, this selection shows the icy and graphic beauty of Manhattan, whose human being is gone, engulfed in the belly of glass and concrete giants .
HIVELIN PAOLA: Witches spread like fire - Sculpture.
This series of ex-votos is dedicated to women who have the courage to speak, to ask for justice, to refuse the established order, and to those who support them.
Arôm: The Pyre - Flower installation
-> LIVE SHOW
>> JUNE 15
-15h ÉMILIE JOUVET: My child, my battle, 35 years of struggle of homoparental families. Documentary film on the history of homosexuality in France through the GLPA, Association of Parents and future parents Gays and Lesbians. Released in 2019.
- Screening of the documentary followed by a debate with director.
-17h30 REBECCA CHAILLON - Performance in creation
-20: 30 LOUIS (E) OF CITY - Made male. Striptease drag king
-21:00 GANG OF WITCHES: Live for the release of their first EP, "Patriarchy is burning"
-22h AMÉLIE POULAIN and his sailors: Tribute to Paris is Burning - Dance
-22h30 SON OF A PITCH: Dj set
>> JUNE 16
-16h SOPHIE ROCK: Ad Vitam Æternam - Reading
In her dystopian serial novel, Sophie Rokh paints a portrait of a repressive and misogynistic society in which science has replaced god. The author discusses the themes of female power, the uncorrelated gender of biological sex, ecological urgency and transhumanism.
-16h30 SUNNY BUICK: Interlude dada - Performance
Artbracadabra Sunny Buick has decided to leave the frame.
-17h SABRINE KASBAOUI: The Reconquest - Documentary
#payetonuterus Since 2014, with the release of women's voices on social networks, gynecological and obstetric violence have finally emerged as a major public health problem to consider in order to change the practices of carers with women.
- Screening of the documentary followed by a discussion with the director.
-20h30 FUNMILOLA FAGBAMILA - The Intersection, Woke Black Folk - Performance
This piece explores and deconstructs black political identity, highlighting the forms of conflict and ideological differences that exist within what can be understood as black radicalism. This poem calls into question the coherence and singularity of the "woke" political category, demonstrating the profound differences and divisions within Black communities and the mobilization of blacks.
-21h JULIE ATLAS MUZ: Performance
Julie Atlas Muz will present a performance on masculinity, created especially for the occasion.
More info on: http://www.gangofwitches.com
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