Artists

BOY Jon

Paul Wiersbinski & Theater HORA

Juliette Chrétien in Kollaboration mit Coralie Wipf
Perfomer*innen: Titilayo Adebayo, Bastien Hippocrate, Marthe Howitz, Charlotte Colmant, Rafal Pierzyński, Lucia Giannoni
Musik: Simon Knaus
Kostüm: Amelia Prazak
Dramaturgie: Marc Streit

Tyra Wigg

For registration click here

Julischka Stengele

Workshop:
POLYMORA Inc.
Jutta Tille, Mono Welk, Aïsha Konaté, Ali Schwartz

Claire Lefèvre

POLYMORA Inc.
Jutta Tille, Mono Welk, Aïsha Konaté, Ali Schwartz

Schmidt & Ruppert

Maque Pereyra

Young Boy Dancing Group
with
Mina Tomic, Brigitte Huezo, Maque Pereyra, Nica Roses, Maria Metsalu, Manu Anima

La papi Patacón & Maque Pereyra

José Antonio Cordero

La papi Patacón

Otto Krause & Milan Loviška

Frisqo

ma*ri

Stacie Ant

Berlin Strippers Collective

Kyron

Program


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Pl3a$ure - You like it like that?

Kunsthalle Osnabrück
Haus der Jugend Osnabrück

Opening Hours

Friday: Kunsthalle Osnabrück
7:00 - 22:00

Saturday: Kunsthalle Osnabrück and Haus der Jugend Osnabrück
16:00 - 23:00

Sunday: House of Youth
12:00 - 17:00
Workshops by appointment

Program at Kunsthalle Osnabrück on Friday
19:00 Doors open
19:00 - 20:30 Video installations: José Antonio Cordero, Schmidt & Ruppert, POLYMORA Inc. / ENBY ANAKIN
19:30 Berlin Strippers Collective
20:00 - 21:00 Otto Krause & Milan Loviska
20:00 - 21:30 DJ-Set and Rap: Maque Pereyra

Program at Haus der Jugend Osnabrück on Saturday
13:00 - 15:00 ma*ri
16:00 - 20:00 Video installations: Stacie Ant, Juliette Chrétien, Paul Wiersbinski and Theater HORA
17:00 - 20:00 ma*ri
17:00 - 20:00 Claire Lefèvre
18:30 - 19:00 Boy Jon

Program at Kunsthalle Osnabrück on Saturday
16:00 - 23:30 Video installations: José Antonio Cordero, Schmidt & Ruppert, POLYMORA Inc. / ENBY ANAKIN
16:15 - 16:45 Julischka Stengele
16:45 - 18:45 Otto Krause & Milan Loviska
19:00 - 19:40 La papi Patacón
20:15 - 21:30 Young Boy Dancing Group
21:30 - 22:30 Live Set: Frisqo
22:30 - 24:00 DJ Set: Kyron

Program at Haus der Jugend Osnabrück on Saturday
12:00 - 16:00 WORKSHOP: Polymora Inc.
14:00 - 17:00 WORKSHOP: La papi Patacón & Maque Pereyra


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Uncanny Valley
(with music by Mr Eff)

Kolay Değil
(music by Lin Pesto)

Stacie Ant (aka whosthereplease)

Haus der Jugend Osnabrück

video installation

stairless access
not speech based

As a female artist working with new media, Stacie Ant develops a critical view of our technologically oversaturated society that informs her work. Using 3D animation, installation, and augmented reality, Stacie reinvents elements of contemporary culture through fictional, maximalist narratives. Stacie Ant’s character-driven work operates as a critique and rejection of the male gaze. She harnesses the very digital tools offered in a technologically-dependent world as a means of empowering female identity and sexuality. The two video works Uncanny Valley and Kolay Değil explore these pleasures and escapes into the digital. Often humorous, Stacy's work offers a way of looking at a fast-paced digital realm through a lens of irony and satire.


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CAR CRUSH - Queeres Autokino

ma*ri

public space

video installation
partly with steps
partly speech based

ma*ri is a DJ and performance duo that has so far moved primarily in queer-feminist spaces. In Osnabrück ma*ri is setting up a video installation to step-into in public space. Their CAR CRUSH - Queeres Autokino grants intimate insights from and into queer sexualities. Sexualities that are both pleasurable and resistant and remain largely underrepresented or fetishized to this day.
The cinema program is composed of submissions to an open call as well as results from an experimentally designed workshop by the duo ma*ri. They negotiate perspectives of pleasure, lust, reluctance, insecurity, or sensualities and place drive-in cinema, which has experienced an ephemeral renaissance as a result of the pandemic, in a queer context.

ma*ri invites:
Step into the intimate space of queer sexual resistance and pleasure!


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Explosión accumulada

La papi Patacón

Kunsthalle Osnabrück

live performance

stairless access
partly speech based

La papi Patacón is a non-binary drag performer and activist, in which la papi speaks from a decolonial perspective.They draw attention to global power structures and is reliably resistant in passionate performances, with reference to their own biography, opposing established structures. In the live performance explosión accumulada, la papi refers to their personal experience as a migrant in Germany. It is an active critique of German bureaucracy and structural limitations that can only be overcome if we have a support network that allows us to resist as migrants. Legalization now!


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Live-Set

Frisqo

Kunsthalle Osnabrück

stairless access

Danceable gloom - Frisqo's live performances provide raw bass and nasty melodies that will melt your mind. With collectives like 'W.A.L.E'., 'Anthrazit' and 'Art Is No Competition', Frisqo organizes sweaty techno raves in Osnabrück and leads into a musically danceable finish of Saturday at Pl3a$ure.


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Dj-Set

Kyron

Kunsthalle Osnabrück

stairless access

Surrounded by thick concrete walls, Kyron can usually be found at dark raves, where he is known for his industrial and hard sound. He is also active as a producer at the bielefeld label RefurRecords as well as IndustrialTechnoUnited from Milan. With his driving and hypnotic sounds he will fill the nave of the Kunsthalle, which can usually be heard at festivals of the 'Tanzbewegung', in projects of 'W.A.L.E.' or at events for 'SINDØM' or his newcomer collective 'Anthrazit' can be heard.


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METAMORPH

Juliette Chrétien in collaboration with Coralie Wipf
Perfomers: Titilayo Adebayo, Bastien Hippocrate, Marthe Howitz, Charlotte Colmant, Rafal Pierzyński, Lucia Giannoni
Music: Simon Knaus
Costume design: Amelia Prazak
Dramaturgy: Marc Streit

Haus der Jugend

Videoinstallation
with Stairs
in english and german language **

Can we be melded with stones? Intertwine with each other? Is being metamorphic ecosexual? Ecosexual is the desire to make a sensual connection with the earth, stones, water, air, fire.

Whether photographically, cinematically, literarlly, or in collaboration with performers, Juliette Chrétien seeks how our perception can be expanded to more consciously experience how we interact with our environment and our surroundings.
Metamorph is a property, a shape that can transform. In geology, the term metamorphism is used when one type of rock transforms into a new one. Serpentinite is such a metamorphic rock. In the video work METAMORPH, human beings are reflected in their surroundings. At different times Juliette, went to the same mountain pass made of serpentine rock in the Engadine (Fuorcla Champatsch, Scuol, Switzerland), accompanied by one of the six performers. Each performer was free in the interpretation of METAMORPH. The individual fragments come together in the video work as a whole. Now the audience is invited to perceive themselves as part of it, guided by the video.


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El ano de Darwin

José Antonio Cordero

Kunsthalle Osnabrück

Video

in spanish language, with translation
stairless access

José Antonio Cordero (aka PEPE LAMB) combines cabaret, film and performance in his artistic work. He strives for the universal liberation of the anal pleasures, combining artistic collectiveness and politics with humor and a critique of male homosexual norms.

Like the diaphragm of a film camera and the iris of the eye, the anus has a striated muscle that controls the fluxes of light and darkness. Humans are deuterostomes. Unlike octopuses and fleas, in our embryonic development the anus is the first organ to form. It forms before the mouth. Before the spine. Before the brain. Before the heart. As Paul B. Preciado writes, "seen from behind, all bodies are the same."
Up the anus. Up the anus. Up the anus.

Music: Enrique Mendoza Mejía
Choreography: Pilar Gallegos
Director: A. Tari Beltrani
Camera: Daniela Bravo
Thanks to David Waggoner

Text fragments by Lynn Margulis, Guy Hocquenghem, Paul B. Preciado, Javier Sáez, Sejo Carrascosa and José Antonio Cordero.


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Parcours of Pleasure

Julischka Stengele

Kunsthalle Osnabrück

live performance

stairless access
in German language (and English as needed)

Julischka Stengele creates situations for interpersonal encounters in which she addresses systems of power and patriarchal, classist, heteronormative, cultural, and body norms inscribed in society and develops artistic strategies that empower. She positions herself as intersectional and queer-feminist, with a clear political agenda. Julischka moves mainly in the medium of performance, in which her physical presence in space is decisive. Her body is the content, material and display of her artistic work.
For Kunsthalle Osnabrück, Julischka is developing a new work under the talking title, Parcours of Pleasure. An interactively designed tour in which everyday objects are used to trigger small and large pleasures in the participants and the performer.


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BOY Jon

Walking to pleasure

Haus der Jugend Osnabrück, Turnhalle

Live performance

with Stairs
in english language

Jon Boy draws a parallel between the body and the car being pampered. Taking tuning as a source of inspiration for her artistic work, an automotive optimization and individual modification. In a combination of performance, sculpture and textile work, Jon deals with the body and what ornaments it, and creates her costumes in detailed handwork. Hate and violence she encounters in public space, Jon comments artistically with love, tolerance and self-confidence.

Carried by the rhythmic sound of her heels, she forms words. Words that connect, animate and motivate: "Let's come with me on this walk of pleasure"!
Pleasure is a learning process that allows us to appreciate who we are, how we walk, how we dress, how it gives us pleasure and to share the feelings that arise with others unabashedly. Together we want to be proud, fierce, fancy. Feel the pleasure.


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FULL MELT DOWN

Claire Lefèvre

Haus der Jugend, Großer Saal

live performance

stairless access
in english and german language

Claire Levèvre likes to think of herself as a hostess, welcoming collaborators and audience members into kitsch landscapes where politics and poetry are gently interwoven. For the past three years, the feminist choreographer, performer, and writer has been researching the concept of radical softness as a choreographic strategy. Radical Softness is a response to patriarchy's discomfort with anything overly-sensitive and vulnerable, anything emotional. It´s a political reclaiming of our hyper-sensitivity as a resistance mechanism against rigid and oppressive structures.

FULL MELT DOWN is a choreographed guided tour through a radically soft space. Works by Berlin based textile artist Sophie Utikal hover in the room: : they can be sensed, caressed, or used to hide behind. A gentle soundscape composed by Zosia Holubowska cocoons the visitors´s ears. There is a field of bean bags where one can rest, and a library corner for reading in peace. As they are (con)sensually lead from one intimate experience to another, the guests are encouraged to follow their intuition: would you like to put on headphones and listen to the sound of your breath? Do you want to paint your nails in pastel colors? Would you prefer to wander around on your own and meet again later?

Choreography: Claire Lefèvre
Set design: Sophie Utikal
Sound design: Zosia Hołubowska
Performance: Lens Kühleitner, Claire Lefèvre, Lau Lukkarila, Inga Salomé, Ansiré Sissoko
Production: mollusca productions
Fotocredits: Öncü Gültekin


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Self Made: Pleasure

Berlin Strippers Collective

Kunsthalle Osnabrück

live performance

stairless access
not voice based

The Berlin Strippers Collective is a self-organized, autonomous and feminist collective of strippers based in Berlin. They work in the sex industry, where pleasure is central. Usually as strippers, our work is to provide a service that brings visual pleasure to others. We want to reverse the focus on our own pleasure in our work. In their collective, however, they reverse the focus on their own pleasure and perform it freely in front of others.
The audience is challenged to see the body, nudity, sexuality and movement without shame or stigma and as art in itself. For their dance-choreographed acts they move at the intersection of performance art, entertainment, work, and activism. They use their stages to develop more self determined and artistic formats, whilst politicizing them by opening discussions and advocating for the decriminalization of the sex work industry.

Icy Ivy
Kira Fae
Alice La Douce
josi(e) j foxXx
Fifi Tinker


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Workshop
Pleasure Islands

POLYMORA Inc.
Jutta Tille, Mono Welk,
Aïsha Konaté, Ali Schwartz

Haus der Jugend

Registration at: theresa@youngurbanperformances.de

stairless access
voice-based
limited to 16 participants

The flap of melon flesh on skin, rough fibers on shadowy parts of the body - Juicy bodies giving off soft glances like the scent of violets - sometimes we get closer, then I'm for myself, then we again, and again you just for yourself, then again together exploring what that means: sharing a space with another.

Inspired by Black Feminist Lessons from Marine Mammals by Alexis Pauline Gumbs, we ask ourselves in a four-hour workshop: How do we want to listen, remember, collaborate, be fierce, learn from conflict, refuse, surrender, go deeper, stay Black, queer, be: disabled, jewish, slow down, rest, breathe?

During Pleasure Islands your body can learn and be allowed to pursue whatever you feel like. There will be moments of sharing with and without words. There will be plenty of opportunities for rest and retreat.


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Workshop: Questioning through Pleasure

La papi Patacón & Maque Pereyra

Haus der Jugend

Registration at: theresa@youngurbanperformances.de

withStairs
in english and german language

In this workshop, we will explore the connection between pleasure, ass, land, and decolonization. Through group choreographies and life stories, we propose reflection and awareness of our bodies. In this way, we will focus on what gives us pleasure and the place we occupy socially and politically to question, learn and unlearn the histories we bring and our colonial conditioning. What you need to bring is comfy clothes, shoes and enough water. because we will be moving and enjoying ourselves together. We prioritize QBIPoC People but the workshop is open for everyone, so feel free to enroll in this workshop to have a pleasant and beautiful experience with your body and the music.


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DURCH:BRUCH

Performance: POLYMORA Inc. / ENBY ANAKIN
Kamera/Schnitt: ZOFIA
Musik: ENBY ANAKIN
Audiodeskription: Matthias Huber
Seheingeschränkte Referenz: Cathi Matthies
Einsprache AD: Beatrix Hermens
Gebärdensprachverdolmetschung: Sarah Verena Böckers

Kunsthalle Osnabrück

Video installation

in german language
stairless access

When everything crumbles and breaks, we plan the big Durch:bruch

In these in many ways uncertain times, in which ruptures in our social systems become palpable, the queer multi-abled performance collective POLYMORA INC., together with the video artist ZOFIA and rapper and beat producer ENBY ANAKIN, explores the interactions of video and dance. The artists were inspired by the experimental videos of the avant-garde filmmaker Maya Deren. As early as the 1940s and 50s, Deren was already working against the established narrative traditions of Hollywood film. Her playful approach to the camera, in which the camera as protagonist is included in the scenes of the actors, can also be sensed in the barrier-reduced video format.


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Young Boy Dancing Group 2022

Young Boy Dancing Group
with
Mina Tomic, Brigitte Huezo, Maque Pereyra, Nica Roses, Maria Metsalu, Manu Anima

Kunsthalle Osnabrück

live performance

stairless access
not voice based

Initiated in 2014, Young Boy Dancing Group began as a nameless performance collective. A diverse pool of people that includes an ever-changing network of dancers. Since then, YBDG has worked with video, photography, fashion, sculpture, and installation, but the group remains best known for its raw, intimate performances where the materialities of bodies meet the piercing glow of light. As this precarious brigade continually swells and tightens, picking up new performers at each location, as they do here in Kunsthalle Osnabrück, its core values persist as a fierce buttress against mainstream culture: somatic exploration, not sexualization; exposure, not exhibitionism; communal release, not bridled isolation; object-identification, not commodification; and DIY, not institutional polish.

​​With the support of the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helveti.


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phone massage

Tyra Wigg

by appointment (45 minutes)
remotely / per Telefon

audio performance
in english or swedish language
Language based

This remote performance can be experienced by appointment on Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 6pm, make sure to be quick to reserve your massage session,
click here.

Tyra works in the expanded field of Performance art, which derives from ty’s practice as a contemporary dancer and somatic practices as well as ty’s experience as a certified massage therapist. In ty’s artistic work the audience is immersed as an active senser on stage, or via phone, like in this 1-on-1 interactive performance phone massage.

Based on a short interview with the receiver (you), Tyra gives individually designed and instantly composed body treatments over the phone. A drawing, made by ty according to the receiver’s subjective descriptions of their body, will serve as a template on which Tyra notes the receiver’s current sensory state, physical needs and desires. With the receiver’s consent, Tyra adds analogue sound effects that potentially trigger ASMR.

Tyra developed phone massage as a response to the physical distancing and difficulties to receive massage clients during the pandemic. Increased digitalisation, stigmatisation and cultural inhibitions when it comes to touch, also calls for alternative ways of being in physical contact. The immaterial aspect of this remote massage opens up for unlimited experiences and manipulations of the bodily perception via imagination. Inspired by the body/fantasy stimulating practice of phone sex, phone massage also aims to produce bodily sensations of being touched by another person. What Tyra offers is rather a sensual than a sexual practice, nevertheless aiming solely to embrace and increase pleasure and wellbeing in our lives.

Credit picture 2: Photo by Julia Benon

Special thanks to all the receivers who helped me to develop phone massage.


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My happiness depends on you

Schmidt & Ruppert

Kunsthalle Osnabrück

video performance

stairless access
in english language

As a duo, Johanna Maj Schmidt & Charlotte Ruppert develop performances, in which the pictorial plays a central role. Their performances could be described as something in-between an extended Tableau Vivant, theatrical setups of scenes that bring familiar paintings to life, and a theater play that is compressed into one action.

In Kunsthalle Osnabrück, the video work My happiness depends on display. Here, two figures sit on a built-in flat-screen television. Showing a streaming video played by Dr. DisRespect, with his flashy militant outfits, he is one of the most famous battle-royal-gaming-streamers of the scene, where he is celebrated like a war hero.
The double characters are inspired by country music icon Dolly Parton. Dressed in wedding gowns, with wavy-blonde long-haired wigs, eccentric makeup, and grotesquely big fake boobs, they represent a female monstrosity. In a rhythmic motion they ring their begging bowls and, once in a while, they shout: "My happiness depends on you!", a line from Dolly Parton's hit song Jolene. This exclamation, combined with the begging bowls in the hands of the two Dolly Partons, counters the heroic habitus and masculine presentation of self with an exaggerated depiction of female dependence, thus subverting it.


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All that dissolved must ascent

Paul Wiersbinski & Theater HORA

Haus der Jugend Osnabrück

video installation

stairless access
not speech based

Paul Wiersbinski's artistic projects move on a field of tension between art, science and technology. He references artificial intelligence and cybernetics while drawing on the history of performance and video art. But his humorous and improvisational artistic strategies in particular were decisive for his collaboration with the HORA Theatre. This is the only professional theatre ensemble of people with disabilities in Switzerland.

The aim of the collaboration for the video installation All that dissolves must ascend was to recreate the atmosphere of a techno club through improvisational and dance strategies. A space that, from its history, works as an empowering safe space and embraces a lived utopian inclusion. Pleasure in this context is the synchronised beat of the base, in which the boundaries of individuality dissolve, dancers show themselves vulnerable and thus lose themselves in the intoxication of the moment. Not wanting to transgress the boundaries of the sacred techno halls, Paul made the recordings while actors on stage were immersed in similarly constructed, ecstatic and intimate situations that simultaneously comment on the clubbing sphere.


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enclosed pleasure

Otto Krause & Milan Loviška

Kunsthalle Osnabrück

Stairless access
Not voice based

enclosed pleasure is a 1 -on- 1 performance, which on the one hand plays with the SM practice total enclosure and on the other hand refers to Octave Mirbeau's novel The Torture Garden.Out of the urge for sexual liberty and the fusion of consensual violence and pleasure, they invent their own post-pornographic approach that opposes a superficial social self-representation and the efficiency-oriented porn machine. They define a latex-wrapped space of pure escapism that makes an anarchic statement of radical intimacy and dark romanticism. This space is a simulation that ranges from the womb, to the skin, to a place of coming out of the world.

The works of Otto Krause and Milan Loviška fuse a wide variety of artistic disciplines - from performance art to painting to scenography - and result in a combination of opulence and reduction. They are the product of research processes and bear traces of popular culture and science, such as (para-)psychology, pornography, biology, new electronic media, religion, film studies or philosophy.

With the support of:

Fotocredits: Arnold Haberl 2017


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Dj Set and Rap

Maque Pereyra

Kunsthalle Osnabrück

stairless access

Maque Tumai a.k.a Maque Pereyra brings terremoto pa tu cola. Old skool reggaeton, neoperreo, cumbiatón, cumbia perreo and worldwide booty beats. Everything to move your ass and rejoice. Get ready, porque lo que se viene, is not easy.
Maque Pereyra is a Berlin based multidisciplinary artist, dj, psychologist and pleasure/spiritual activist. In 2018 she finished the MA SoDA at UdK-HZT. She created Yoggaton, a movement practice that is the intersection between Yoga & Reggaeton and that emcompasses many of the themes her work focuses on: healing, empowerment through pleasure and spiritual activism, decolonial/cuir aesthetics-practices and knowledge production/reflection with and from the body.

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About

Young Urban Performances Collective

The Young Urban Performances collective consists of seven equal members. We got to know each other while studying Art and Art Education at the University of Osnabrück. Since the founding of the collective in spring 2017, our form of collaboration has changed considerably, as we now work from different locations within the German-speaking world.

We are dedicated to the conception and realization of various cultural events. We focus on the exhibition and strengthening of Performance Art in institutional, non-institutional and public spaces. In the past years we have been able to organize an annual festival, in which european as well as artists from different parts of the world have participated. In addition, we have organized a number of other events with a performative and mediating approach.
With our work we support emerging talents in the field of Performance Art. We offer artists a platform for the presentation of their work, an entry into the art market by valuing their work in a monetary way and an opportunity for exchange and networking.
Any Questions? Send us an email: info@youngurbanperformances.de

Agnes Nguyen

Lives in Leipzig since 2017 and completed her master's degree in art education in 2019. She worked as an art mediator at various institutions and has been working as an education officer for the organization of cultural education projects (LKJ Sachsen e.V.) since January 2020.
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Ann-Sophie Meyer

Holds a master's degree in Art Education and begins training as a child and youth psychotherapist. She works at the Unikatum Children's Museum and was involved in the children's newspaper Flippo of the GfZK in Leipzig. She is a board member of the Kunstverein gegenwart e.V. and participates in various Art Education projects.
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Desirée Hieronimus

Since 2019 she has been studying in Switzerland for a Master of Art Education with a focus on Curatorial Studies at the Zurich University of the Arts. She is involved in various projects as a freelance curator and art mediator.
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Ella Malin Visse

Since 2021 she has been studying art/art education and history in the Master's program at the University of Osnabrück.
In addition to her studies, she is active as an artist and curator.
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Joran Yonis (Pia Tabea Visse)

Has been a research assistant at the University of Osnabrück since 2020 and is working on her doctoral thesis on Hannah Arendt. In addition, Visse works as a freelance artist under the pseudonym Joran Yonis and is curatorially active in various exhibition formats.
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Oke S. Fijal

studied sociology, migration and diversity and fine art in Osnabrück and Kiel. Currently Oke lives in Vienna. Here they is in the studio for post-conceptual art practices at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna.
Oke is a freelance artist, art educator and curator. They is passionate about intersectional queer feminism, sociological theories and animal videos.
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Theresa Vodde

Has completed her master's degree in Art Education and is now working increasingly with children and young people in various contexts. She is also involved in other projects in Art Education.
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YUP Festival 2022
PL3A$URE
You like it like that?

18 - 20 March 2022
Kunsthalle Osnabrück
Haus der Jugend Osnabrück

→ free admission
→ Please check our website and social media shortly beforehand for information on our Corona protection measures.

You like it like that?

The idea of closeness and distance has changed profoundly in recent years and weeks. Things previously considered certain are being put into disarray, existences are at risk. Connections are valued differently and the relationship to one's own needs has changed. Confronted with oneself, one was faced with the question: What is PL3A$URE for me?

To approach this question, we, the YUP collective, invite you to Kunsthalle Osnabrück and Haus der Jugend from 18–20 March, where artists take gestures of intimacy, closeness and ecstasy that have been declared private into public space and occupy them with their notions of PL3A$URE. They are shamelessly open about what brings them PL3A$URE. Visitors are invited to curiously explore their moments of emancipation, PL3A$URE parcours, phone massages, radical softness and PL3A$UREable connections of dance to reggeaton beats.
Find out which of the intense yet mindful live performances, installations, videos or workshops please you.

Wanna come?
Exhibition and live performances
Friday 18.03: Kunsthalle Osnabrück, doors open 19:00
Saturday 19.03: Kunsthalle and Haus der Jugend Osnabrück, 16:00 to 0:00
Workshops
Sunday 20.03: Haus der Jugend, 12:00 to 17:00

Artists and DJs:
Berlin Strippers Collective, Claire Lefèvre, BOY Jon, Frisqo, José Antonio Cordero, Juliette Chrétien, Julischka Stengele, Kyron, La papi Patacón, ma*ri, Maque Pereyra, Milan Loviška und Otto Krause, Paul Wiersbinski & Theater HORA, POLYMORA Inc. / ENBY ANAKIN, Schmidt & Ruppert, Stacie Ant, Tyra Wigg, Young Boys Dancing Group

Impressum

Young Urban Performances e. V. (kurz YUP e.V.)
Große Gildewart 6-9
49074 Osnabrück
E-Mail: info@youngurbanperformances.de


Vertretungsberechtigter Vorstand: Sophie Fijal , Desirée Donají Hieronimus, Ann-Sophie Meyer, Agnes Nguyen, Ella Malin Visse, Pia Tabea Visse, Theresa Vodde


Registergericht: Amtsgericht Osnabrück
Registernummer: VR Nr. 202052


Inhaltlich Verantwortlicher gemäß § 10 Absatz 3 MDStV:
Sophie Fijal , Desirée Donají Hieronimus, Ann-Sophie Meyer, Agnes Nguyen, Ella Malin Visse, Pia Tabea Visse, Theresa Vodde


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Nils Hölscher

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Joscha Brüning