XenoEntities Network presents ‘How could a posthumanist be?' by posthumanist therapist and writer Johannes Klabbers.
How do we work out what is real, and how do we work out what matters? We have invited Johannes to share his perspective on posthumanism after his words at Unsound in Poland last year triggered many thoughts and tangents on our current state of existence that resonated with me then...
XenoEntities Network (XEN) presents AMERICAN SPECTRAL HISTORY, by Nadia Granados (Colombia/Mexico) and Amber Bemak (United States), a queer multimedia performance about terrorism and xenophobia, relationships between the United States and Latin America, and resistance to large-scale patriarchal power.
XenoEntities Network (XEN) presents TELL ME WHEN YOU DIE trilogy, by Nadia Granados (Colombia/Mexico) and Amber Bemak (United States), explores how geopolitical mechanisms of power, such as imperialism and globalization, mediate relationships and intimacy, bodies and sexual encounters, through their own relationship as two female lovers.
The screening will comprise the first two parts of the...
We invited Ricke Merighi, film programmer working with Queer Lisboa, to join Pedro Marum, from XEN, to talk about two film programs they’ve co-curated: ‘Queer Topographies’ and ‘Sex Economics’, screened in Queer Lisboa and in the International Conference of Critical Geography, in Ramallah, Palestine. They will screen one film picked from their programs which will serve as a trigger a conversation...
The XenoEntities Network would like to gather friends to watch the screening of film Funeral Parade of Roses and to pay homage to the Japanese director Toshio Matsumoto, one of the pioneers of sixties counter-cinema, video artist and critic, who just died the past month, April 12, 2017. The film will be preceded with the screening of White Hole, a hypnotic short Matsumoto directed ten years after.
Gathering our community for an informal sharing of ideas, summarizing what we have done so far, what we are planning to do, and also to create an open platform for others to propose suggestions for future projects.
For CTM and Transmediale Vorspiel 2017, XenoEntities Network have invited producer Born in Flamez and Thalamus Collective to contribute towards the ever pertinent topic of gender and sexuality within the electronic music scene.
After XenoEntities Network (XEN) first event with Xenometrics #185, we propose a first get together to present and discuss this networked project, to expand it, propose future events and also to get to know each other.