Organizer


Moving Memory

Program Moving Memory
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Layla Zami initiated and co-chaired Moving Memory, an international transdisciplinary symposium-festival held at Berlin's Technical University (October 20th – 22nd, 2016).
For the first time in Berlin, academic, artistic and activist personalities with Jewish, black (Afro-American, Afro-European, Afro-Caribbean), white, Roma, and Muslim backgrounds were gathered to explore the words, images, and movements of cultural memory in relation to historical trauma and contemporary empowerment.

The event was organized in the realm of Berlin 2050 – City of Future (Stadt der Zukunft).
In cooperation with: AlleFrauen* Referat (AllWomen* Department) and Studentenwerk Berlin Kulturbüro.
Sponsored by: Amadeu-Antonio-Stiftung, Humboldt-University, Freie Universität, Technical University, Potsdam University, Institut Français.

 

Photos by Toni Witzel and Layla Zami

 

 

As a co-founder of li:chi – transcultural network for art & political education, Layla Zami collaborates with Oxana Chi in the production of transdisciplinary events, conferences and festivals. As an organizer, Layla enjoys contributing to fundraising, public relations, organizing, and video/photo documentation.

 

Black Herstory Night

Flyer Afroeuropean Conference

Black History Month Special at Dixon Place – Laboratory for Performance NYC

February 2017

 

 

Women Power Month

Flyer Women Power Month 2016
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Spring 2016

 

 

I Step On Air

Flyer I Step on Air 2013

 

 

Dance(a)Summer 2012

International Festival with dance/ live-music/ theater/ talks/ readings.
Summer 2012

 

 

Salon Qi

Program Festival Salon Qi Berlin Dresden 2014 Program Festival Salon Qi at Paris 2011

Salon Qi is a transdisciplinary event series conceived and curated by Oxana Chi since 2009 in memory of the Chinese-Jewish-Latvian dancer and muse Tatjana Barbakoff (1899-1944).