Sound Acts

Informed by the queer movement, the Sound Acts platform will present a number of performances exploring gender, racial, and body identity through the medium of sound. Three days – 26 to 28 May – will be dedicated to marginalized and pathologized social groups, be it transgender people, fat people, people facing racial discrimination, or people stigmatized for their physical or mental qualities. International artists will present their work drawing on Dada, anti-art, conceptual art, feminism, cyborg theory, spoken word, drag shows, cabaret, and post-performance. The programme will also include screenings, debates, workshops, and installations.