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a’21: Needle hole and cannabis leftover_Shahraban
28.März 2021 14:00 - 31.März 2021 16:00
► a’21: Needle hole and cannabis leftover by Shahraban*
A documentation of local productions from Lebanese leftover cannabis to fresh milk, and more. A philosophical process fusing traditional practice with new media elements.
:: ABOUT THIS EVENT (EN/AR) ::
Needle hole is a series of four events, each events title is a product from the Lebanese hemp plant: each product has its own process and each process will take one day. Within the open space of Shahraban (Budai, Lebanon), we will document some of our activities in the use of leftover cannabis. We will make four products. Each product has its own process. We will perform each process in separately: first we will make hemp milk, it is made from the original seeds that contains a super food nutrition. We will show the process from collecting the seeds until it's a fresh milk. We will show the nutrition label also. The second day we will make the fibres. Also we will show the whole process and show our equipments that we make it with collaboration with some friends and neighbours from the village. The third day we well produce paper and show the process and finally the fourth day we will make the stones. Also we screen some visuals edited on life sounds and tones.
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* This event is part of Oyoun's a’21 Festival - Post Digital Ignorance x Techno Utopia aiming to challenge the status quo while centring perspectives on non-human life, queer ecology, decolonising knowledge, forced displacement, and more.
Produced by: Oyoun in collaboration with amberPlatform
Curatorial Team: Amirali Ghasemi, Ali Cem Doğan, Cenkhan Aksoy, Christoph Wachter, Ebru Yetişkin, Ekmel Ertan, Hamza Chamas, Mathias Jud, Milad Forouzandeh, Mohsen Hazrat, Nina Martin, Rajaa Shamam, Youssef El Idrissi Participants include: Eda Sütunç, Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley, Mary Maggic, Rachel Uwa, Renata Salecl, Seloua Luste Boulbina, Pelin Tan, Yara Mekawei, and many more.
Funded by: Capital Cultural Fund
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