Zagaza (Lausanne) with:
DJ Imsobaby (Geneva)
DJ Bone Black (Lausanne)
Zagaza is a multidisciplinary collective that creates BIPoC queer centered sonic experiences.Die neue Unsicherheit Disco Edition is a series of talks by Fatima Moumouni. Concept: Insecurity in conversation. Afterwards there will be dancing.
DJ guest: Imsobaby
Anivia Beylard (they/them) is a queer black multidisciplinary art- ist, curator and dj. Born and raised in France and of congolese descent. Currently based in Geneva. Their interest in music alike as their artistic practice is based in the celebration of their identi- ty and environment. Their ambitions are to create more space for their community to be safe, to celebrated and to just exist. IMSOBABY’s sound celebrates and honors the plurality of their identity and those around them. Their unique sound will definite- ly have you leaving it all on the dancefloor. They fuse Afrobeats, Batida, GQOM, Vogue, Techno, Jersey, Hip Hop, Baile Funk and more...into this diasporic sonic experience that you won’t forget.
Performer: New Kyd
New Kyd is a non-conforming performer, movement and dance artist in flux with emergence. Emerging from where? Emerging towards what? Painting in rhythm? Speaking without words? Who knows? Does it matter? They aim to bring a holistic approach to creating and experiencing performance, visual and experiential art. Making performance from a place of flow. Their practice lies in these principles.
DJ guest: BoneBlack
BONE BLACK blends the powerful sounds of GQOM and Vogue beat with his first love Afrohouse. Hard-hitting tracks to create a unique soundscape and a deep insight into the digital Afro diasporic future.
Co-Host: ZAGAZA (MC Balabala, DJ Hirma, Sweetgyalshal)
Is a network of Black women performance & visual artists stemming from the African continent. Based in Swiss Romandie, they ground their artistry in the Black collective art consciousness. Their desire is to curate sensory experiences that entice their communities through the merging of mixed art forms of djing/mcing and dance and the development of a greater network of QBIPOC artists with whom they can co-create platforms & spaces to enrich community life & sustain cultural relevant and inclusive events.
Live Performance right after the talk: Lateena
Lateena, the self-proclaimed Dancehall Queen of Switzerland hailing from Jamaica, has been stirring up the underground dance scene in Zurich. Get ready for a set for a set of high-energy and in-your-face beats!
If you just come for the music, get your ticket at Stall 6: It's a soli-price-system, where the suggested price is CHF 15.-