a lab for club cultures

For Slug, artists, theatre makers, DJ’s and club-workers based in Frankfurt and Offenbach come together with partners from Berlin. During the course of the festival, Slug plans to come together for a research phase on the intersections of clubbing, art and politics. Early in 2023, Slug plans to host two club events, combining club music, live performance acts and discourse events.

Slug s a collaboration of Rahel Barra, Juliet Carpenter, Aran Kleebaur, Sherin Striewe, Charlotte Segerath and Lukas Perry.

The Slug research phase is not open for participation. Events in 2023 will be public, dates to be announced.

 

SIGN LANGUAGE:

Interpreters will be available for selected events. Dates will be announced online.

PSBL. BARRIERS AND HYGIENE:

Information will be published online together with the dates.

 

Rahel Barra, Juliet Carpenter, Aran Kleebaur, Sherin Striewe, Charlotte Segerath and Lukas Perry.
Graphics: Louis Hay

The project SLUG is part of the format &FRIENDS LABOR and is realized within the framework of FESTIVALFRIENDS, a festival association of the independent performing arts in Germany.  FESTIVALFRIENDS is funded by the Beauftragten der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien (Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media) through the program “Verbindungen fördern” of the Bundesverband Freie Darstellende Künste e. V. (Federal Association of Independent Performing Arts) and is supported by Kulturamt der Stadt Frankfurt am Main.