Free for Subbacultcha members
Please note: this event has already taken place
DRKNGHTS Collective / Nèna / Robin Jay / Belle and The Beats
Tonight we celebrate the bad, bold and brave feminist. Brace yourself for a night full of tunes, power moves, sign and zine making and a deadly high dose of empowerment. No better way to start International Women’s Day. And remember: feminism has no gender!
▸ DRKNGHTS Collective, a trinity of bold and mysterious ladies will take you on a trip spanning from electronic, bass, beats, drums and heavy sounds.
▸ DJ Nèna serves up-beat tracks that fill the air with inclusive positivity. She re-appropriates reggaeton’s stereotypes of the bold femininity and outspoken sexuality.
▸ Pisswife’s own Robin Jay will light up the night with dancehall and dirty tunes.
▸ Questions Collective presents Motivatieclub XL: an interactive project about collaboration, claiming space, realizing dreams and sharing practical tools for working as a team. Join them for a performative lecture with power posing yoga exercises and empowerment.
▸ Belle and The Beats are back with a new single, Habibi. To celebrate this new baby, they will play an intimate live set at the Bad Feminist Party and unveil their new video clip at the same time! Belle and The Beats bring a unique pop-noir with an Eastern timbre: mysterious, dark and sensual with a feminist character. On Habibi, Belle's vocals merge with the French-language rap of former Kyteman rapper Reazun. The video clip is directed by the Amsterdam photographer and director Amanda Elise K (Vogue, Guns N’ Roses).
Unleash the Bad Feminist within on this night, presented to you by PISSWIFE and Melkweg Expo.
Melkweg Expo is an exhibition space for contemporary photography and a platform for young artists, located in the heart of Amsterdam. With a focus on photography that explores identity, society and pop culture, the exhibition space is also known to occasionally place other forms of visual art alongside photography with conviction. Characterized by a distinctly playful and accessible approach, Melkweg Expo seeks to unveil high quality art – art that is innovative, engaging and inclusive.
Wist je dat Melkweg een lange en rijke traditie heeft als voorvechter van vrouwenrechten en het organiseren van vrouwenfestivals? Zondag 8 maart is het Internationale Vrouwendag, we doken in onze archieven en visten dit gewaagd en fraaie art work uit de jaren ’70 en ’80 op.
Melkweg Expo creëert een universum voor the bad, the bold and the brave feminist. Ontdoe je van alle aannames over feminisme en voel je vrij je uit te spreken, te bevragen en een Bad Feminist te zijn!