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Sweet Crip, 10.11. – 10.12.2023

Panteha Abareshi, Sahara Azzeg, Criptonite, Benoît Piéron, Sabrina Röthlisberger Belkacem, with the participation of Camille Cornu, Olga Madjinodji, Flor Méchain & Sam Musy


Fr, 10.11.
17:00 Pre-opening for reduced mobility
18:00 Public vernissage
19:00 Reading Flor Méchain & Sam Musy

Workshop & Nap time
Sun, 12.11., 15:00-18:00
15:00 Workshop with Olga Madjinodji

Special visit
Fr, 17.11., 15:00-16:00
Visit with protective masks

Reading & Nap time
Sun, 19.11., 15:00-18:00
17:00 Reading with Camille Cornu

Visit & Nap time
Sun, 26.11., 15:00-18:00

Special visit
Fr, 1.12., 15:00-16:00
Visit with protective masks

Reading & Nap time
Sun, 3.12., 15:00-18:00
17:00 Workshop Crochet "Sense of Truth"
with Sabrina Röthlisberger Belkacem

Finissage & Bingo
Sun, 10.12., 15:00-20:00
18:00 BINGO! Event

about sweet dreams, food, time and beautiful nightmares

Sweet Crip is about identities, love, pleasure and care. Proposed by Lari Medawar, the exhibition is inspired by crip and queer culture and brings together artists that articulate their own contexts, objects and thoughts. They invite you to linger in a space full of pillows and beds, prostheses and blankets, books and chocolate, pills and marshmallows, wheelchairs and crutches, tea and nap times.

MOTIONS proposed by Lari Medawar

Invited by Camille Regli and Kristina Grigorjeva

With the help of Neige Sanchez et Fig Doche, l’espace Eeeeeeeh !, Crashroom and Noha Winter, Centre hospitalier de la Ville de Bienne

Supported by Fonds Respect, Oertli Stiftung

Before the vernissage, there will be a pre-opening at 17:00-18:00 without the general public.
Masks, hydroalcoholic gel and gloves will be available at the entrance.
Times set aside for special visits with protective masks will take place on 17 November and 1 December 2023.
WCs accessible to people with reduced mobility will be available.
Ramps will be installed to enable people with reduced mobility to access the space.
A calm area will be available throughout the exhibition. It will be located opposite the entrance door, at the back of the exhibition area.
The whole area will be silent, with sound content audible through headphones and white noise throughout the exhibition. Noise-cancelling headphones will be provided.
The lights are white and vary in intensity from 5 to 40 lumen.

Obergasse 1 / Rue Haute 1, 2502 Biel/Bienne

By public transport
From Biel/Bienne railway station, take bus 5 or 6 towards Spitalzentrum or bus 8 towards Fuchsenried and get off at the Leubringenbahn / Funi Evilard stop.
Warning: The space is located in the old town, hence the pedestrian zones are cobblestone and vary between slopes and flat terrain. Travelling from the city without a vehicle or by bus 1 leads includes a long and steep path.

Description Easy Read
It shows the work of professional artists who are ill or disabled.
These artists talk about their relationships with others and their bodies.
The artists also talk about pleasure and care.
There are beds and cushions where you can rest.
There are also drinks and snacks.
You're allowed to eat and drink what's there.
There are also books that can be read on site.
There are also activities every Sunday.
The exhibition is designed to help you think about the health of others and yourself.

Summer exhibition (no opening hours)