*Les Gayrillères: Karmaklubb* & Friends: QCC x Deeva D x Proteus / After-party Boudry/Lorenz (Kunstnernes Hus)

fre10nov(nov 10)23:00lør11(nov 11)03:10*Les Gayrillères: Karmaklubb* & Friends: QCC x Deeva D x Proteus / After-party Boudry/Lorenz (Kunstnernes Hus)Trekanten, Oslo


Friday, 10 November, Karmaklubb* & Friends enter Trekanten once again, this time with Queer Community Club as partners. DJ Brødskive & waste (QCC) will open the dance floor, offering eclectic and weird loved tunes, they promise playful and sexy. How nice. Teddy (QCC) will perform. Around midnight: Burlesque eminence and new friend Deeva D(GBR; presented by Karmaklubb*) joins the space, too. Last set of the night is Proteus (GBR; presented by inkandconcrete). 


This is also the official club night following the Pauline Boudry / Renate Lorenz’ exhibition opening at Kunstnernes Hus, “Walk Silently in the Dark Until Your Feet Become Ears”. You are most welcome to start the party there (doors at 18, we host the artist conversation from 19). 


The club opens at 23, please feel free to arrive earlier and enjoy the bar! ID: 20. Kiss and goodnight: 03:10. 


Les Gayrillères is a name derived from the exhibition by Boudry/Lorenz, inspired by Monique Wittig’s writings


Affiliated event: Saturday, 11 November, 1216: “‘Swap’n’Support’: Raising money for Abortion Care and LGBTQ Rights in Malawi” by Sex & Politikk in collaboration with Clothing Swap Oslo and Trekanten. DJ presented by Karmaklubb*: Espen Iden.

Quote Pauline Boudry / Renate Lorenz: “Being in the light, visible, is a political precondition for claiming rights. But queer, deviant and racialized bodies have often been rendered hyper-visible in order to be scrutinized and policed. Les Gayrillères might appear at night, in a deserted club, in a cruising area, on the fringe of a demonstration, in a museum’s basement, underground. They move in the dark, and in spaces of total luminosity, where the blinding lights offer a refuge to hide. The choreography shows a series of steps for a gay guerrilla, building on the unpredictable power of bodies moving in concert, experimenting with forms of togetherness. Inspired by Monique Wittig’s writings, the Gayrillères’ pleasures are indivisible from the sadness of political backlash: the endless violence in public spaces, and the withdrawal of rights by authoritative governments.”


10. nov 2023 23:00 - 11. nov 2023 03:10(GMT+02:00)