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8th Edition CultSup | “ANDROGYNEITY & AFRICAN SPIRITUALITY”
25. November 18:00 - 26. November 03:00
Cult‘ Sup‘ is an exploration of African, Afro-descendant, and Afrofuturist culture as well as the of course the world. Like it is written in their name, Cult' Sup' are here to supply culture from their community, to their community, but also aim to reach communities beyond their own.
Organized by Anaïs Astan Meyer a.k.a Astan KA, Nane Kahle a.k.a Michel Mariane and Natisa Exocé Kasongo a.k.a Exocé OOB Kasongo, the concept of Cult' Sup' is meant to share afro rooted art in all forms (sound, visual, literary, plastic, somatic, dramatic, fashion, culinary) entertainment, knowledge, healing, any kind of artistic performances and exhibitions.
Cult' Sup' is a space that preaches universality, unity, and peace, meaning that people from every age, every gender and every ethnic background can gather to educate themselves while having a good time and learn about each other.
Line-Up + Timetable
> ART EXHIBITION:
>LECTURE, PERFORMANCES, DJs
18:45 Cultsup Ensemble
19:00 Thomas Presto Lecture
20:00 GodXXX Noirphiles
20:30 Kewin Bo
20:45 Kalil Bat
21:00 Binghi & Miziguruka
21:30 Liaam Iman
22:00 Mma Kgosi
22:30 Kotawalī meets Zaki
23:00 Morena Leraba
00:00 DJ Binghi
Anaïs Astan Meyer a.k.a Astan KA is an artistic performer, singer-songwriter, dancer, actress and event curator based in Berlin. Born in France and visiting Mali regularly since age of 3, Astan grew up being surrounded by black people and white people which has enabled her to never face any identity problem and has come to a result today of considering herself as a « child of reconciliation ». She combines various music genres from jazz to rock to afro-techno to hip hop, trip-hop to illustrate her universe that is mostly experimental.Her music is about life, love, friendship, protest and intellectual rebellion, but also about growing up as a mixed-race woman and the importance of acquiring the right knowledge, as there is a lot that school doesn't teach us. Although much of her work is about glorifying the black woman, she still preaches a great message of universality.
Nane Kahle a.k.a Michel Mariane is Berlin based a multicultural, interdisciplinary performance researcher and artist. She spent her formative years in Ivory Coast, Senegal, the Caribbean before her relocation to France. This multiplicity and migration inform her way of seeing and existing, manifesting as a creative practice, at the intersection of music, theatre, movement and medicine. Coming from a biochemistry background, Nane’s connection with nature, belonging and the un-natural converges as a curiosity exploring the dynamic interactions between living organisms, intangible belonging and the tangible ecologies of being. Myth making and ancestral knowledge preservation are explored in her practice, where aspects concerning transformation care and healing are at the center. The vitality of creative energy allows her practice to function as a conduit, invigorating her community building efforts as well as her own personal processes.Her curatorial and performance work the Out Of Time Embassy, Sonic Interventions Collective and CultSup see her curating contemplative and empowering environments for marginalized voices to be heard.
Natisa Exocé Kasongo a.k.a Exocé OOB Kasongois a Berlin based multidisciplinary Afrocentric Artist: Artistic performer, dancer, visual artist. He mostly performs alone in improvisation and creation of stories or in the transmission of a language for other creators. His dance style is experimental storytelling. As a visual artist, Exocé creates collages with an afro-punk/afro-futuristic/spiritual jazz touch, that you can see exhibited in Berlin, on vinyl covers and also on the clothes of his fashion brand. He considers himself as an Afropean because he was born in Paris of Congolese parents, so he has a double culture. He is the artistic director of the Afro-futuristic brand KASAPIO.
This event is funded by MUSICBOARD.