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Oyoun conceives, develops and implements artistic-cultural projects through decolonial, queer*feminist and migrant-led perspectives.
Oyoun creates space for critical discussion, reflected experimenting and solidarity. With a multifaceted cultural program, Oyoun invites you to a hub for culture and knowledge production. The nonprofit organisation sees itself as a platform for visual artists, performances, theater, literature, dance, music and much more.
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Oyoun offers an intersectional platform promoting the excellence of diasporic, migrant and international arts and culture. Oyoun is a space that centering dialogue on a local, national and international scale while inviting the audience to take part:
Solidarity over privilege!
By attacking cultural institutions as agents of this societal vision, right-wing populism stands in hostile opposition to the art of the many. Right-wing groups and parties frequently disrupt events, aim to determine repertoires, polemicise against the freedom of art and above all are working on the re-nationalization of culture. Their disrespectful reaction to people seeking refuge, to dedicated artists and dissidents, clearly shows how they plan to deal with our society should a shift of power in their favor become reality.
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Do you have a question or an idea regarding the concept, programme or want to suggest a cooperative project? Feel free to send us a message and we’ll get back to you shortly.