4:00-4:30 pm / 4:30-5:00 pm / 5:00-5:30 pm
»Respect our water, respect our land, and respect our people« - mit diesem Satz in ihrem viralen Video der »Respect Our Water« Kampagne erlangte die heute 16jährige Aktivistin Tokata Iron Eyes Berühmtheit in ihrem Kampf gegen die Dakota Access Pipeline. Über ihren Kampf spricht sie in ihrer Video Lecture Performance.
As a member of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe, Tokata Iron Eyes continues to advocate and organize for indigenous youth and against the pipeline.Tokata Iron Eyes has spent her childhood fighting against not only environmental damages inflicted upon her people, but the stereotypes attached to her reservation.
Teena Pugliese is a filmmaker and conscious digital content activist currently living on the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota.
Stefano Di Buduo (born 1985 in Rome) is an internationally active German-Italian video artist, documentary filmmaker and photographer. After studying "The Arts and Sciences of the Digital Performance" at the Università La Sapienza in Rome, where he also founded the multimedia company AESOP STUDIO in 2008, his projects have taken him to France, Portugal, Denmark, Poland, Argentina, Brazil, USA, China, India, Iran and Germany and Italy. In 2009, Di Buduo created the virtual underwater world for the award-winning play "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" (after Jules Verne / Teatro Potlach). This was followed by video installations and video mappings at international festivals and events, most recently "Vision of Odin" in Holstebro / Denmark 2014, "Incubatio" in the Museo Nazionale Svevo of Manfredonia / Italy and video mapping at Battistini metro station in Rome 2015 and, again in Holstebro, "500 years of Luther" as well as the video projections at the harbor of Struer / Denmark 2017.
Stefano Di Buduo has been designing video stage designs and digital stage sets for theater productions in Germany, Italy, Brazil and the USA for several years. In Germany he worked at Berliner Ensemble, Münchner Kammerspiele, Schauspiel Düsseldorf, Stadttheater Ingolstadt.
Theatre shaman and Gorki resident director Yael Ronen, together with many guests, invites to establish the culture of the postpatriarchy. The first day, »Remember«, is to remind of lost knowledge. »Reclaim«, the second day, practices re-appropriation as empowerment. On the third day, »Recreate«, young activists create visions for an alternative future. The complete program can be found here.