Appointments

HASE29 MEETS BAMBULE35 – WITH WORKSHOP, EXHIBITION AND BAR!

Friday, July 19.07.2024, 16, from 35 p.m. – Bambule35 (Hannoversche Straße 49084, XNUMX Osnabrück)

WORKSHOP
The queer-feminist collective Bambule35 is opening its doors and inviting people to a workshop together with the art space #hase29. Based on the current exhibition "Eyedentity - Queer Views in Art" (until August 03.08rd @hase29), we would like to explore the topic of identity creatively with you and create collages and zines.

EXHIBITION

The exhibition will show nude photographs and paintings that deal with the topic of queer bodies and identity and explore how these are connected. The works from the workshop with the Starkids* will also be presented, as well as the collages and zines that were created in the afternoon.

BAR

From 19 p.m. we will end the evening in a relaxed manner with the BambuleBar.

Participation is free of charge, without registration

AUTHOR INTERVIEW WITH JAYRÔME C. ROBINET: “SUN IN SHATTER” –
QUEER IDENTITY, NEW GENDER ROLES AND RELATIONSHIPS

in cooperation with the bookstore zur Heide

Thursday, 25.07.2024, 19 p.m. – Kunstraum hase29

In his 2019 book “My journey from a white woman to a young man with a migrant background” Jayrôme C. Robinet tells his personal story and reveals how insane social perceptions and classifications often are. His novel will be published in August 2024 “Sun in Shards”, which tells the story of the queer couple Enzo and Angèle. When the two want a child and it is Enzo who becomes pregnant, the media pounces on the case of the pregnant trans man, and the hatred and incitement are unprecedented.

On the occasion of the exhibition “Eyedentity – Queer Perspectives in Art”, the art space hase29 and the bookstore zur Heide invited Jayrôme C. Robinet to talk about his new novel, queer identity, new gender roles and relationships.

Participation is free of charge, without registration

Photo: Jayrôme Robinet, 2018, Copyright: Ali Ghandtschi

Jayrôme C. Robinet, born in 1977 in northern France, is an author, translator and spoken word artist. His most recent publications with Hanser Berlin are My Path from a White Woman to a Young Man with a Migrant Background (2019) and a story in the anthology Congratulations (2023). Jayrôme C. Robinet is currently the head of the PEN Berlin office.