Cutra #2 Magazine Launch
- Magazine Launch
- Free entrance
Superhot news! CUTRA, revista voastră feministă preferată, iese din print și se lansează pe platourile CNDB pe 29 noiembrie!
It will be with discussion, it will be with audition, with dance and a glass of wine in our honor, of all the disobedient and dreamy cutras* and everything will be more poetic & vibrant with the intervention of Adda Kaleh LIVE.
*untranslatable term, ironically referring to a person who is fake, hypocritical, intriguing; toady, reprobate
For #2 we collected texts, essays, manifests, letters and visual materials that open paths and new views on what #together means. Because we want to imagine a splendid future, which we can program ourselves – we will be writing the code. Activists, queer, rested, enthusiasts, courageous, by the speakers in a club, in a bright living room, intergalactic, feminists, #together in a new dimension.
We will be there, waiting for you, starting with 7.30 pm
to talk and hug our collaborators IRL
and to listen live to the songs from Adda Kaleh’s new EP – Artificial soundcloud.com/ama-diver/sets/artificial
Adda Kaleh is a music project by Alexandra Pirici. It’s dreamy, dark, electro-celestial and we are crazy about it. Scenographic support by Ion Cotenescu.
We thank all those who supported our project and who put their shoulder to the consolidation of CUTRA:
Graphic Design: Bianca Basan.
Project coordination: Mihaela Cîrjan
Contributors: Carolina Vozian, Megan Dominescu, niște fete, Alina Soare, Nicoleta Moise, Antonella Lerca Duda, Lau, SWC, Ana Secheres, Carmen Gheorghe, Alexandra Pirici, Raluca Voinea, Nicoleta Esinencu, covrig / Anca Dima, Alina Marinescu, Ovidiu Pop, Adina Marincea, Veda Popovici, Valentina Iancu, Anca Georgiana Corp., Cosima Opartan, Aron Madon, Mihaela Vasiliu, Elena Marcu, Mihaela Drăgan, Virginia Lupu
Supporters: Fractalia Publishing House, Anca Bucur, Costin Militaru, Andrei Anastasescu, Olimpia Nicolae, Matei Samihaian, ARTPRINT SA, Ion Cotenescu, Andrei Crăciun, Andreea Andrei, Renate Dinu, National Center for Dance Bucharest, Alexandros Raptis.