Sculpting Feminism Reading Group - Reading Out Loud
Open Reading Group via Zoom: Reading out loud (as well as listening and being listened to) is the core work of the Sculpting Feminism Reading Group.
This sets up a more emotional atmosphere than reading alone. Each reader, through their different voices, accents, tonalities, and speeds of reading, adds something physical, as well as personal, to the chosen texts.
On April 23, from 3 to 3:45 pm, and on June 11, from 3 to 3:45 pm, the whole group will come together for a hybrid live reading performance, reading texts, chosen from an expanding feminist reading list. As a visitor to the museum, you can join and log yourself into Zoom. Please send an e-mail to [email protected] to receive the link.
Following each performance, the read and recorded texts will be made available within the context of the exhibition This World Is White No Longer. A Project with the Class for Photography and New Media, Mozarteum University Salzburg [Link auf Ausstellung] at the Franz-West-Lounge during the following week.
The Sculpting Feminism Reading Group was founded in 2020 at the Mozarteum University Salzburg. The readers are: Rebecca Naß, Elena Lengauer, Dustin Waskow, Zoe Vitzthum, Charlotte Lang, Lara Schnepf, Benita Kogler, Hannah Imhoff, Marie Gruber, Caterina Mayer, Linda Kudla, Lena Ortner, Christina Jaques, Andrea Lumplecker, Ruth Berleth, Milena Keser, Leonie Zangerl et al.