Arrival and Life After: Refuge Worldwide x Sea-Eye present an evening of solidarity
Join us next Saturday as we broadcast live from the event organised by Space of Urgency
By Max Graef Lakin
FREI[T]RÄUME is a multi-disciplinary event incorporating music, discussion and art, taking place on Saturday, November 27 at Oyoun cultural center in Neukölln.
Foregrounding the themes of dance and protest, reclaiming urban space, queer raver care, alternative economies and more, FREI[T]RÄUME will unfold across six spaces inside the Neukölln venue. A day of talks, panel discussions, film screenings and installations will be followed by an after party from 23:00, with music provided by the likes of Nyege Nyege’s Authentically Plastic and Spiral Tribe’s IX IN DA MIX.
Organised by Space of Urgency, an online platform and global network of self-organised spaces, and presented in collaboration with over 30 artists and organisations, the conference will create space for ‘an intellectual and artistic reclamation of our futures.’
From 16:00 until midnight, Refuge Worldwide will host and broadcast live from the Space of Urgency: Community Space in the Cafe at Oyoun. Expect DJ-sets, discussions and interviews featuring a range of artists, speakers and activists from the festival program, hosted by our own Chloe Lula and Space Of Urgency's Ivan March.
Read more about FREI[T]RÄUME and see the full program here.
Listen to the most recent Space Of Urgency show on Refuge Worldwide here.