WE DEY happy to host Gendai Reiki Berlin for a Reiki MEETING on the 24 March 2020 from 17:00-20:30 for and by Black/Indigenous/People of Color Women/Non-Binary/Trans/Inter/Femmes with Ikue Maekawa!

The idea of the meeting is to give people knowledge about Reiki- a Japanese healing technique for stress reduction and relaxation.

This meeting is for BIPoCs of all levels, who are already trained in Reiki and for those who want to know more about it!

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This is a Reiki meeting not a workshop or training for max 12 people plz register via fb or we.dey.in (at) gmail.com!

Ikue will tell us about the healing benefits of Reiki and open a space for Reiki practitioners to get to know each other.

We will start with light body movement and Ikue will offer you Reiju to cultivate a Reiki pipe for Reiki practitioners and to open a Reiki pipe temporary for non practitioner. We will initiate a Reiki Circle/Reiki Marathon a group Reiki hand healing practice which provides Reiki all participators at the same time.

You will see and feel how Reiki energy supports making your life lively and vibrant.

♥ No one turned away for lack of funds ♥
We suggest a donation of 15 Euro for the meeting

♥ There is a limited amount of 1:1 Reiki healing sessions on monday 23rd & tuesday 24th before the meeting, to find out more send us an email to we.dey.in(at)gmail.com
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ABOUT THE FACILITATOR:

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Ikue Maekawa (she/her) is a Japanese Gendai Reiki Teacher based in Berlin, has a mother from Shinto (Japanese specific religion) priest family, came from the same area with Mikao Usui was born. And still her family is living in that sacred rich-nature area. Through 2 years world wild-travel as a seeker she met Reiki, the most effective and simple method to get back the connection with universe. After her first Reiki study with Western teacher, in 2011 miraculously she met Hiroshi Doi, Gendai Reiki founder and be certified as Master in Denmark. In 2015 she took a part of Gendai Reiki International Gathering in Spain as an interpreter for Hiroshi Doi and still now following and studying his teachings actively to share Reiki traditional doctrine in the West. Her activity supports you to discover and become a creator of your own life!

♥ To our invitation policy:
This events is specifically for Black/Brown/Indigenous/of Color Women/Non-Binary/Trans/Inter/Femmes! Please don’t assume anyone’s gender identity or pronouns – ask everyone for their preferred pronouns.
We aim to create a space of support for and by queer women/non-binary/trans/inter/femmes. Cis Men (means men who were assigned male at birth and identify with it) and white people are not invited to this session.

♥ X SPACE is accessible via a ramp. The ramp is 76 cm wide and the slope is 9 %. For more information please contact us!
The closest wheelchair accessible toilet is @ Café Oben, Urban-Loritz-Platz. It’s a five minutes distance.

Image by Gendai Reiki Berlin

WE DEY happy to announce “BIPoC Healing Workshop: Orixá Vibrations in Crystal Energy” for and by Black/Indigenous/People of Color Women/Non-Binary/Trans/Inter/Femmes with Priscila Nogueira and Graziele Nogueira !

The idea of the Workshop is to give people knowledge on how to use crystals for protection, self-healing, connecting with the ancestors and creating balance as well using crystals to channel the vibration of the Orixas.
(max 12 people) so plz register!

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The workshop starts with an introduction about our relation with Spirituality and Religions of African and Indigenous origin followed by a meditation/grounding exercise.

In the workshop we will want to cover:
– Quick introduction about crystals, types of crystal and its origins;
– Information on the 7 types of Crystals we are gonna be working with in this workshop and it’s correlation with the Orixas as well as the chakras (tho chakras are not the main focus) ;
– Some uses of Crystals on healing and protection;
– How to properly store, clean and energise your crystal;
– The importance of the Crystal Elixir and its preparation;

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There is gonna be an Altar and we invite folks to bring fruits, flowers as well as amulets and other personal items to place on the altar and bring back home after.
We ask people to bring a small candle that will be lighten in the beginning of the workshop as well as crystals if they feel like it.

We ask the participants to write in a piece of paper by the beginning of the workshop they names and date of birth and how they would like to feel by the end of the day or weekend/what they would like to bring from this workshop with day and place by the candle (they don’t have to share with no one, of course). At the end we will serve Crystal Elixir to everyone.

♥ No one turned away for lack of funds ♥
We suggest a donation between 10- 40 Euro for the workshop

♥ There is a limited amount of 1:1 healing sessions, to find out more send us an email to we.dey.in(at)gmail.com and/or come to the workshop to find out more! ♥

ABOUT THE FACILITATORS:
Through our ancestors we had injected into our familiar and cultural environment, the use of elements from both mineral and plant kingdom as allies on or every day basic care, protection, cleansing, and energy nourishment.

GRAZIELE Screenshot_20191128_010930is an M.sc. in Soil Geography and Earth Surface Dynamics with focusing on natural environments by the Ponticia Universidade Catolica de Minas Gerais and Universitè de Lille. She is an active student of the “Egregora Cria Ti na Luz” which works with spirituality in African traditions and Indigenous American beliefs as practiced in the 7 lines of Umbanda (Sete Linhas de Umbanda), where she was recently trained in Shamanic Reiki. She has training in the use of crystals and natural elements as tools for healing.

 

 

 

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PRISCILA is a multidisciplinary artist working mainly with illustration and translation of poetry.

They have experience translating in both writing media and simultaneous translation in political and community events as well as all-around free support and translation for the Portuguese and Criollo speaking refugee community in Germany. They are an yawo initiated in the practice of candomblé and have been training on the use of crystals, plants, and acupressure in self-healing and enjoys playing the tarot.

Priscila is trans, non-binary and has ASD.

Graziele and Priscila are part of the African and Indigenous Diaspora, queer siblings based in Berlin.

♥ To our invitation policy:
This events is specifically for Black/Brown/Indigenous/of Color Women/Non-Binary/Trans/Inter/Femmes! Please don’t assume anyone’s gender identity or pronouns – ask everyone for their preferred pronouns.
We aim to create a space of support for and by queer women/non-binary/trans/inter/femmes. Cis Men (means men who were assigned male at birth and identify with it) and white people are not invited to this session.

♥ X SPACE is accessible via a ramp. The ramp is 76 cm wide and the slope is 9 %. For more information please contact us!
The closest wheelchair accessible toilet is @ Café Oben, Urban-Loritz-Platz. It’s a five minutes distance.

We are happy to announce “A healing circle for daily connections” for and by Black/Indigenous/People of Color Women/Non-Binary/Trans/Inter/Femmes with Liaam Iman

Saturday, 7 December 2019

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13:00-13:30 Arrival, greet & meet
13:30-17:00 Workshop in Session

♥ Healing Workshop (max 12 people) plz register by sending us an email to we.dey.in (at)gmail.com!

Liaam would like to open up a space focusing on presence and connection* and what they mean to us in our specific realities and processes. This workshop seeks to address connecting*
as a daily practice.
– What can help us be present and remain connected to ourselves, others, and our daily lives?
– How can we stay rooted to our backgrounds/cultural
heritages*/knowledge/languages/faith?
– How can we remain rooted in moments of crisis/struggle? How can we find confidence/acceptance/strength in what we simply are?
– How can we find deeper access to what brings us enjoyment/love/peace/rest/fulfilment?

Through breathing and energy healing practices, voice and touch we will seek to open a circle to focus on what we need to help us find individual and collective tools to enhance our daily practices, build new connections or strengthen ones already in place. The workshop aims to facilitate a space where everyone can feel at ease, most importantly follow their own needs and boundaries. All practices shared during the workshop are suggestions, aiming to make time and space for what currently questions us rather than bring already preset answers.

♥ No one turned away for lack of funds ♥
We suggest a donation between 8- 25 Euro for the workshop

♥ About Liaam
My name is Liaam Iman ((They / Them) I am a self-taught singer, percussionist and artist from Algerian decent. My practices evolve around music, dance, sound, deep listening* and energy
healing. I have been practicing energy healing for 3 years now, one year following the Gendai Reiki-Ho energy healing technics. I feel rooted in this last practice which helps me enhance
my balance, deeper connexions to myself, others and my surroundings.

♥ There is a limited amount of 1:1 healing sessions with Liaam, to find out more send an email to liaamiman@gmail.com and come to the workshop if you can!

♥ To our invitation policy:
This events is specifically for queer Black/Brown/Indigenous/of Color Women/Non-Binary/Trans/Inter/Femmes! Please don’t assume anyone’s gender identity or pronouns – ask everyone for their preferred pronouns.
We aim to create a space of support for and by queer women/non-binary/trans/inter/femmes. Cis Men (means men who were assigned male at birth and identify with it) and white people are not invited to this session.

♥ X SPACE is accessible via a ramp. The ramp is 76 cm wide and the slope is 9 %. For more information please contact us!
The closest wheelchair accessible toilet is @ Café Oben, Urban-Loritz-Platz. It’s a five minutes distance.

As you might know, the contract for x SPACE was extended for three more years in the very last moment! To keep x SPACE going we need your support!

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Taking the time to reflect on everything that has been formed in the last two years, we are planning to come back with new and adjusted offerings after a short break, in winter 2019/2020. Because organising x space has brought us a lot of joy, but also brought us close to burning out – we want to shift our focus towards individual and collective self-preservation and wellbeing.

Over the course of the last two years we facilitated and hosted over 50 events that centered Queer/Trans/Inter/Non-Binary/Femmes Black/Indigenous/People of Color!

We received a small percentage of the public funding that we applied for and it was spend entirely to keep the space running, to pay travel expenses, production costs and small fees for artists & guests who took part in the events, exhibitions, residencies.

Future x SPACE/WE DEY: 

We are so grateful for all the amazing events that happened in the last 2 years, for all of you who shared your love and knowledge with us! We decided to continue x space but we will shift from public events towards smaller and more intimate sessions.

After the break x SPACE will continue to host monthly Trans*screenings and weekly Pilates Classes by Shayma and much more. 

WE DEY will continue to focus it`s work on BIPoC queer/trans/inter/non-binary/women/femmes in the form of WE DEY x SPACE – shared studio spaces, events, barber pop-ups, and collaborations such as the WE DEY healing in residency.

WE DEY x SPACE will deepen the focus on individual and collective healing for BIPoCs and in order to do so we are in need of your financial support to be able to organise, host and invite local and international QTI/BIPoC healers, body practitioners and teachers!

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How to support WE DEY x SPACE:

  • HELP US PAY OUT RENT- support us financially via monthly peer support. contact us via we.dey.in@gmail.com for more information and our bank details. 

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT IT HERE

 Thank you!

@we_dey

 

 

 

we dey moveArrival: 18:30
Doors close: 19.00 (sharp!)
End: 22:00

We invite Black/Indigenous/People of Color who self-define as Women/Trans/Non-Binary/Inter/Femmes to come together for a healing dance experience ♥

We want to create a collective & safe(r) dance space without small talk – actually no verbal interactions all together 🙂

A place you can come to, on your own or with other BIPoCs ♥
dress up or dress down- wear something comfortable to shake your bodies for three hours!

Let go of our tensions, let’s just move our bodies!

Please register via: we.dey.in(at)gmail.com !! There is only limited space!

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Guidelines:
* we want to create an inclusive dance experience that welcomes you with everything you embody!
* lets create a non – judgmental space: move the way your body tells you! Everybody focuses on themselves and their bodies!
* sober party- no alcohol no drugs!
* no shoes, no talk, no pics/videos ♥

Invitation policy:
Black/Indigenous/People of Color that self-define as Women/Trans/Non-Binary/Inter/Femmes ♥!

Entry:
Donations are welcome- all of the donations will go towards paying the djs and the drinks/snacks ♥

Line up:

XANA (UK)

Mzamo Jama of BICHA BOO COLLECTIVE (VIE/BER)

organised by Nimmersatt Su and Ade Kazeem
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Accessibility Infos:

X SPACE is accessible via a ramp. The ramp is 76 cm wide and the slope is 9 %. For more information please contact us!
The closest wheelchair accessible toilet is @ Café Oben, Urban-Loritz-Platz. It’s a five minutes distance.

mzamo movement wsMzamo Jama Nondlwana’s last movement workshop at WE DEY x SPACE ♥ ♥ ♥
Write us an email, if you want to attend: we.dey.in@gmail.com. ♥

This a space centering queer/ trans*/inter/non-binary people but all BIPoCs are welcome!

This is a workshop class where we use movement to explore different possibilities and challenge our limitation through physicality and imagination. We will explore elements such as the voice, theatricality, movement and emotions as empowering tools. Let us take a moment to meet, to free the body of its own limitation. Let us go through a journey to discover new hidden gems using our bodies. Open all your senses, discover how the smell changes, how your vision elevates your fantasy, how dense the taste of your thoughts is. This is an experiment. There are no mistakes but only ‘what ifs’.

limited spaces available so please sign up via our email adress!

Most of you know already that by the end of April 2019 the lease for WE DEY x space at Kandlgasse 24 will expire. It is hard for us to see WE DEY x SPACE (in this form) coming to an end, but it’s a great opportunity to look back at all the amazing events that happened in WE DEY x SPACE since its opening in May 2017! Lets come together for this last month- we have a great program ♥

BPOC * DANCE * HEALING * MOVEMENT * TOGETHERNESS *
* Body. Love. Movement! BIPoC Dance Workshop by Mzamo Nondlwana: 20th of April 13.30-17.00
https://www.facebook.com/events/2205107029806572/
SIGN UP PLZ via we.dey.in(at)gmail.com

* BPOC WE DEY move event: 27th of April 19.00-22.00
https://www.facebook.com/events/406484626849379/
SIGN UP PLZ via we.dey.in(at)gmail.com

PARTY * CELEBRATION * OPEN TO ALL
* WE DEY eXit SPACE PARTY: 30th of April 18.00-?
https://www.facebook.com/events/406860873450481/

Our closing party with live performances by XANA (UK) and many more – we will celebrate all that has been in the last 2 years and look forward to everything that will come up next!

ONGOING
* BIPOC Mental Health Circle with Wir sind auch Wien
* Weekly BIPoC Queer Barber Pop Up with Nimmersatt Su
* Pilates Class by Betül Seyma Küpeli
* Bi-weekly BPoC Yin Yoga with Gigi Mayala

Hope to see you all ♥

“Recording Our Histories” by Rudy Loewe
31th of January – 6th of February 2019

We are excited to welcome Rudy Loewe for a one weeks art residency & solo exhibition at WE DEY x SPACE.

During their residency Rudy Loewe would like to invite BPoC to be interviewed as part of their exhibition at WE DEY. The focus of the interviews is to document BPoC experiences of an Austrian context. These collected narratives will then be used to build up the exhibition space, over the course of the week. Pieces of the recorded interviews will feature in the exhibition space as part of an audio installation, as well as visual responses being created by Rudy to go alongside this. This is part of a larger body of work that Rudy is creating, questioning in what ways we document, collect and preserve our histories; and how we can take autonomy over this.

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Interview Session: Call for BIPoC interview partners!
31th of January
more infos here:
https://bit.ly/2SIZFlp

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OPEN STUDIO: open to everyone!
(the artist will be present)
1.2. 3-6pm
2.2 3-6pm
3.2. 3-6pm
4.2. 3-4pm
5.2. 3-6pm

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FINISSAGE: open to everyone!
6th of February 6pm -10pm
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Accessibility Infos:

X SPACE is accessible via a ramp. The ramp is 76 cm wide and the slope is 9 %. For more information please contact us!
The closest wheelchair accessible toilet is @ Café Oben, Urban-Loritz-Platz. It’s a five minutes distance.

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about WE DEY x space

WE DEY x space is dedicated to amplify the art and culture production for and by Queer/Trans*/Inter/Black People/People of Color

WE DEY x space aims to center marginalised voices, perspectives, knowledges and experiences from different diasporas

WE DEY x space will host exhibitions, workshops, kitchen table talks and film screenings around the topics of decolonial art production, community, self-care, empowerment.

In conversation with Khaleb Brooks- Sunanda Mesquita for WE DEY

“Rememory: Ritual Blackness and Beyond” by Khaleb Brooks
14th of June – 30th of June 2018

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We are excited to welcome Khaleb Brooks for a two weeks art residency & solo exhibition at WE DEY x SPACE.

Khaleb Brooks is a multi- media artist whose work is founded on research of ancestral knowledge and oral histories. Through painting, sculpture and photography Khaleb explores the role of memory in disrupting ideologies that maintain time as linear and fixed. By reviving ancestral cosmologies, creating assemblages of fragmented identities and engaging with generational trauma he seeks to re- imagine the notions of progress embedded in colonial and capitalist histories. The solo exhibition “Rememory: Ritual Blackness and Beyond” deals with thoughts and concepts of blackness as ritual and spaces of non- being as well as attempts to transcend these spaces.

FINISSAGE:
30th of June 6pm -10pm
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How would you introduce yourself to someone who doesn’t know you or your art works yet?

I am a collector of found objects and forgotten information. Rusted metal and dry rotted wood, homemade zines, colonial maps, footage of laughter in the Andes, hand drums, rusted lunch boxes, Tibetan prayer flags, other people’s trash and outdated encyclopedias. They are not always straightforward or clear representations, but are stories. They are memories mapping histories, geographies and identities. They complicate time. This is what drives me. I have learned to listen a bit harder. To piece together not just what is said but to include cracked skin on tired hands and the glow of candles at midnight. I am determined to (re)document moments that have layers slowly peeling away, encompassing a variety of worlds yet to be seen. I am determined to not just capture them, but to let them speak for themselves.

I’m a black, transgender, AFAB, punk kid from the southside of Chicago. I’m an artist that doesn’t see my work as seperate from my politics. In Baldwin’s words, “The poets (by which I mean all artists) are finally the only people who know the truth about us. Soldiers don’t. Statesmen don’t. Priests don’t. Union leaders don’t. Only poets.” My work is an attempt at an honest understanding of myself with hopes of contributing to a greater understanding of who we all are.

How would you position yourself in the art world? Do you feel any connection to current or past people or movements (also outside the art world)?

I’m an outsider when it comes to the art world. Which on one hand is a perk as I don’t have to aspire to be included in a canon that wasn’t meant for me in the first place. On the other hand the institutional support, or lack thereof, directly affects my ability to make work. I’m at a stalemate really, having to grapple with a market I’m not interested in just for my work to be undervalued. When it comes to movements, I’m most inspired by liberatory struggles, the Black Panthers, Zapatistas and Afrofuturism. And when it comes to people, writers such as Toni Morrison, Baldwin, Achille Mbembe, Fred Moten, Sadiyah Hartman and Yrsa Daley- Ward continue to affect my feelings about the world and my place in it. Artists such as Kerry James Marshall, Kara Walker, Sun Mu, Toyin Ojih Odutola, Ren Hang, Njideka Akunyili Crosby are my current inspirations and have laid the groundwork for any future success I may have.

 

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Can you tell us more about the series you are going to exhibit at WE DEY x space and what interests you in showing your works in this specific context of WE DEY x SPACE in Vienna?

The works I’m exhibiting all have an underlying thread of ritual processes. They are ultimately concerned with blackness as ritual, spaces of non- being and attempting to transcend that space. Works from the Summoning Spirits series will be featured as well as a painting of writer and presenter Emma Dabiri and writer/ model Yrsa Daley- Ward. The painting of Emma Dabiri speaks to the complexities of black hair, as I attempt to exemplify both it’s beauty and political implications through a collage of materials. Hair, our attitudes toward it and the processes in which we attempt to tame it, let it free, style it, run from it and embrace it greatly influenced the piece. The work of Yrsa Daley- Ward, emerging storyteller and actress, is a recognition of how personal narratives in themselves can be a platform. How can the rituals that keep us alive, thriving and whole affect the lives of others? How do memories, collective memory, secrets and the seemingly mundane transform us? These are the questions writers like Yrsa are answering in their work, this is what I want to capture. The term ‘rememory’ in the title of the show is a direct reference Toni Morrison’s use of the word in her novel Beloved.

WE DEY x space is truly the first of its kind, in my lifetime at least. A collective and gallery space that specifically shows and supports Queer poc artists!? Who would have thought! And it is no coincidence that my second solo show, and first in a gallery, would be in this type of space. WEY DEY x is a space created by Queer/ Trans POC artists for Queer/ Trans POC artists. It is a safe space where I can show my work, get feedback and develop projects with like minded individuals. As someone who falls into the emerging artist category having a show in a space like this is ideal. I can engage with my practice without having to worry about institutional racism and transphobic perceptions.

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What sparked your interest in reviving what has been forgotten- how do you link your art to ancestral memory and what outcomes do you imagine?

 

An interest in forgotten information was sparked by my own family. Secrets, fears, dreams and genealogies were a staple in my childhood. I’ll never forget when I learned the name Amos Taggert during a conversation with my grandmother about how she monitored my mum for schizophrenia. He was the Irishman that raped my great grandmother Rita Mae Bell when she was 13, and had my grandfather as a result. She is still alive, and has been in a mental institution since the 40s. And with that background and my grandmother’s mother who spent her life in a mental institution, she didn’t think my mother had a chance. Another example is the photograph I was show of my family on plantation steps. Or even the photograph of my third, maybe fourth great aunt, an ex slave wearing a fur coat. How’d she get that fur coat, I’d ask. Or how come this aunt is light and that ones not. And my grandmother would say, oh here’s another photo of the plantation owner (slave master), also your ancestor. The stories go on and on and got more scandalous and ridden with pain as I got older, some I can’t repeat, not yet.

Many people in the African diaspora don’t know their histories and even those that do, it’s more of an idea. These fragments, real and invented are my true medium and I’m still learning the best ways to convey their meanings. At the moment portraiture is the predominant way I attempt to make linkages between ancestral memory and art. None of us, and I speak particularly to black transgender folks, are new stand alone representations of ourselves. And through our faces and the faces of black folk in general I’m acknowledging a lost trajectory, forgotten ancestral knowledge and place our experiences within a context that isn’t just a manifestation  of colonialism or even post- colonial discourse. African cosmologies have always included us and I’d just like to tell that story.

 

As part of your residency at  WE DEY x space, we invited you to host an evening. Can you tell us more about what you have planned, who it is for and what are you imagining as a possible outcome?

I’ll be hosting two evenings in the space. One evening I’ll be screening a short documentary by long time friend and Intersex activist Pidgeon Pagonis, called The Son I Never Had. Afterwards Pidgeon will Skype in and we’ll have a discussion about their experiences, activism, and how art/ media affects their life and struggle for change. This is for everyone. When we discuss LGBTQ lives, we still forget the I for Intersex. I hope this creates greater understanding of that experience for everyone and help us understand what we as artists can do for our community.

I’ll also be hosting a comic book workshop where we discuss character development, storyboarding and the history of Queer and POC comics.

 

WE DEY x SPACE proudly presents

“Rememory: Ritual Blackness and Beyond” by Khaleb Brooks
14th of June – 30th of June 2018

We are excited to welcome Khaleb Brooks for a two weeks art residency & solo exhibition at WE DEY x SPACE.

Khaleb Brooks is a multi- media artist whose work is founded on research of ancestral knowledge and oral histories. Through painting, sculpture and photography Khaleb explores the role of memory in disrupting ideologies that maintain time as linear and fixed. By reviving ancestral cosmologies, creating assemblages of fragmented identities and engaging with generational trauma he seeks to re- imagine the notions of progress embedded in colonial and capitalist histories. The solo exhibition “Rememory: Ritual Blackness and Beyond” deals with thoughts and concepts of blackness as ritual and spaces of non- being as well as attemps to transcend these spaces.

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VERNISSAGE: “”Rememory: Ritual Blackness and Beyond”
14th of June at 6pm
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EXHIBITION OPENING HOURS/OPEN STUDIO:
(the artist will be present)
Mon-Thurs 11am-4pm
Sat 4-7pm
Sun 1-4pm
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QTIBPoC COMIC WORKSHOP
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Khaleb Brooks will host a comic book workshop where we will discuss character development, storyboarding and the history of Queer and POC comics. ♥ please register with an email to we.dey.in@gmail.com
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FILMSCREENING OPEN FOR ALL
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Screening of short documentary by Intersex activist Pidgeon Pagonis, called The Son I Never Had. Afterwards Pidgeon will Skype in and we’ll have a discussion about their experiences, activism, and how art/ media affects their life and struggle for change. This is for everyone. When we discuss LGBTQ lives, we still forget the I for Intersex. I hope this creates greater understanding of that experience for everyone and help us understand what we as artists can do for our community.
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FINISSAGE:
30th of June 4pm -10pm
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Accessibility Infos:

X SPACE is accessible via a ramp. The ramp is 76 cm wide and the slope is 9 %. For more information please contact us!
The closest wheelchair accessible toilet is @ Café Oben, Urban-Loritz-Platz. It’s a five minutes distance.

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about WE DEY x space

WE DEY x space is dedicated to amplify the art and culture production for and by Queer/Trans*/Inter/Black People/People of Color

WE DEY x space aims to center marginalised voices, perspectives, knowledges and experiences from different diasporas

WE DEY x space will host exhibitions, workshops, kitchen table talks and film screenings around the topics of decolonial art production, community, self-care, empowerment.