Belinda Kazeem-Kamiński is a writer, artist, and scholar. Rooted in Black feminist theory, she has developed a research-based and process-oriented practice that often deals with archives, specifically with the voids in them. Interlacing the documentary with the fictional, her works manifest themselves through a variety of media and dissect the present of an everlasting colonial past: a past without closure. In the context of her PhD-in-Practice at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna she is working on the project The Non-Human. The Believer. The Alien – Unsettling Innocence, which confronts three scenes from Austrian history with Black studies in order to think about the performativity of Blackness in relation to Austrian coloniality. In 2016, Belinda Kazeem-Kamiński was awarded the Theodor Körner Prize for Art for the project Naming What Was Once Unnameable, which deals with childhood and the experience of otherness.


Exhibition opening with performative lecture
6. 10.   17.00 – 18.00
Exhibition opening
6. 10.   18.30 – 19.30
Festival opening with the Minister of Culture and exhibition opening
6. 10.   20.00 – 22.00