19:00 - 22:00
Exerzierstr. 14, 13357 Berlin
Free admission - donations are welcome
Facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/162009204505658/
International poetry night at be’kech:
►April 12th with Margherita Berlinerin, David Marnuse, and Cecília Erismann
If you are interested in poetry and languages come by at be’kech to be part of the beginning of a new project. We have three (+) incredible artist performing their poems in different languages and styles. If you are an artist, feel free to join us and perform your own poem after the performances.
This time on stage:
Originally Italian, I am slowly becoming a Berlinerin since summer 2015. An occasional, curious, not really committed writer, but in love with women, the power of communities and amazed by the magic of creative writing. I founded the Women Writing Berlin Lab in July 2017, a writing group for women in Berlin, which is so far my biggest achievement. You can find my name in some Italian magazine and blogs and creative writing’s workshop organizers. Back in 2011, I have led a creative writing course in Italy for two years. Nowadays I am working to develop my passion for writing in Berlin in combination with my interest in the Gender Studies field – while studying at the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin. I collaborate with the Berlin Feminist Film Week, hosting a workshop about the role of media in reproducing gender stereotypes. My last project is a writing and theater lab in collaboration with Daniela Marcozzi and a mindful writing workshop “We think, therefore we write” with Allia Sadeghipour.
David Marnuse (Spain, 1993): abstract painter, occasional poet, experimental photographer, unsuccessful musician – Born in Andalucía and now, since a few months ago, neighbor of Berlin, David studies Psychology (both academically and through his art practice) and uses disciplines interchangeably, letting them perform next to each other, subordinated to the message to be transmitted or to the matter to be explored. On this occasion, he will share some poems extracted from his booklet “Siete lamentos y un atisbo de discurso”, published in 2017.
Cecília Erismann is a Brazilian poet and artist with a social science and philosophical background. She has dedicated much of her attention to poetry, art and interdisciplinary projects and events, taking part and organizing several of them across the world. After several projects, Cecília remains intent on carrying her poetry beyond the paper form, frequently using other mediums, ways of narratives, collaborations and an openness towards the interchange between her words and others – by placing them between the two, by addressing them always to ‘you’.
-Come by and support art
-Every performance is a moment
Admission is free – donations are welcome