TOO QUEER FOR MTV screening at Queer Monday

The Lesbian and Gay Film Festival Hamburg and Bildwechsel present:

The best of ‘TOO QUEER FOR MTV’

Turning their backs on the notion of mass-appeal and profiting from the accessibility to technology and new broadcast channels, a large and diverse group of people are producing music-videos with a stance that reminds us of what punk was once all about: the do-it-yourself attitude. This is a selection of witty, daring, trashy, queer video-clips you will not be seeing on MTV anytime soon.

date: January 21st, 2008
beginning: 8pm
venue: Buttclub, Hafenstr.126, Hamburg

For more information about the Lesbian and Gay Film Festival Hamburg check out their website: lsf-hamburg.de

*Videopark Broll – Call for video:*

Galerie Helga Broll, Lodypop and Videopark invite you to submit work for a 3-day mini-festival in 2008 in Basel. Your work will be screened at the cinema «Club» and at Lodypop, and will be part of an online exhibition on the website «Video Park Broll».

Videopark is an independent online video gallery project initiated by Jan Voellmy. Galerie Helga Broll stands for works that are collaboratively provocative, for the production of visual discussions and joint presentations. Lodypop stands as an art space for “performance without pressure” and “projects without panic”.
galerie-broll.com / lodypop.ch / videopark.org


Each of the three topics has its own deadline. Your submission must be with us by the deadline date in order for us to have time to prepare for the screening and the online exhibition. Screenings are approximately 1 month after each closing date. Location and dates will be announced.
Please submit your work in good time!


As a part of the European art festival “WIR SIND WOANDERS #2” Bildwechsel will host a workshop on the situation of mainly womans artists in Poland, Scotland and Germany.
Members of the Bildwechsel bases Warsaw, Hamburg and Glasgow will talk on three days about the situtation of women artists in the different countries, the situation for visiting women artists, the different possibilities (women) artists can take advantage of in their countries/cities etc, what support systems are there, what kind of things can you invent to help you, and so on.


Ginger Brooks Takahashi and Ulrike Mueller – “WHIP”

14. October – 03. November, 2007

opening: Sunday, 14.10.07. – 7 pm.

“A whip is a great way to get someone to be here now.
They can’t look away from it, and they can’t think about anything else.”
Pat Califia, A Secret Side of Lesbian Sexuality, in: The Advocate, December 27, 1979

New York based artists Ginger Brooks Takahashi and Ulrike Mueller present their new video work “Whip” as well as drawings and paper works. They approach their projects in a process and deal with the venue, its surrounding space and the prevailing social circumstances.
In preparation for their show together, they have been doing research at the Lesbian Herstory Archives in Brooklyn. more

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