19:30 - 22:00
Exerzierstr. 14, 13357 Berlin
Admission is free - donations are encouraged
► TUE, September 10th, 2019
Start: 19:30 h ✨
Dani Arbid, director of Barakunan, will be reading from two of Barakunan’s publications, The Story of Sister Sarah Shamlan, the Stranger- a neo-futurist novel set in a thinly veiled Middle East published in spring 2019- and The Case for Bara: The Martyrs- the first in a serial publication setting the philosophical foundation for the construction of a new world order, told in a blend of poetry and prose.
He will address key insights into the works and lead a discourse and Q&A on Barakunan’s notions of Myths for the New Age.
The discussion will be followed by improvised fortune readings for volunteer participants through the use of a sacred, unpublished Barakunan text.
· ABOUT ·
Barakunan is a multidisciplinary publishing platform specializing in self-curated literature and media reflecting the ethos of a new world order. Through the publication of their first two books they have established two lines of articulation – The Story of Sister Sarah Shamlan, the Stranger is the debut novel in a collection of stories that will lay down myths for the new age. In a blend of poetry and prose, The Martyrs, the first issue in The Case for Bara series, pointing toward a manifesto of future thought, redefining key archetypes essential to our time.
► DONATIONS ✨
This event is free to attend and open to all – donations are strongly recommended, as all proceeds will be going towards the artists.
be’kech [anticafé · coworking space · bar] Exerzierstr. 14
13357 Berlin- Wedding
(U8 + U9/ Pankstr., Osloer Str.)
· HOUSE RULES ·
We have no place for sexism, queerphobia, transphobia, any form of racism or discrimination such as anti-Muslim and anti-Jewish racism, and any sort of violent or aggressive behaviour. be’kech is a safe space for all, an open forum for dialogue, criticism and a place where we stand up for each other. If someone/something is bothering you, please approach a member of staff who are here to help!
· ACCESSIBILITY ·
There are three steps to enter be’kech and the bathrooms are on the lower level. Regrettably, the bathrooms are inaccessible for wheelchair users due to the design of the building.
Whilst the bathrooms are gendered by law, we encourage guests to use whichever facilities they identify with. Bathroom policing will not be tolerated.
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