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14.7.2020, 18:00 Uhr
Folgend* mit Annett Stenzel

  • Venue:

  • HFBK, 2nd Floor, FOLGNDES-Raum

We are glad to invite you to FOLGEND* under the queer feminist line and themes of Care, Vulnerability and Healing to the presentation of works of

Annett Stenzel with the topic of Change of Violence.

Annett Stenzel studied Philosophy, Film and Art in Paris, Copenhagen, Halle/Saale and Berlin, as well as in Hamburg at the HFBK where she will graduate in 2020. She exhibited in Berlin, Seoul, New York, Copenhagen, Tiflis, and had Screenings in Lisboa, Bilbao and Hamburg (selection). Her aim in the field of processual arts is to change and make change visible.

Sine 2017 she works on the series and film Silence Song, which shows within experimental narratives different views on individual women who have in common to free themselves from violent structures.

On 14th July 2020 within FolgenD* she will talk about her film work, experiences in collaborations, personal backgrounds and show the two short films ,D (Silence Song) and Ladyerks, developed and realized at HFBK Hamburg, financially supported by HFBK and FFHSH.

The Q&A will be held by Rosh Zeeba.

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