A film programme by If I Can’t Dance…

Presented in the STADTKINO BASEL:

If I Can’t Dance…is a rolling curatorial project based on performative practices, which departs from a spirit of open questioning and a long term enquiry with artists. Currently it focuses on the legacies and potentials of feminism(s) in relation to art today. Inspired by the quote of Emma Goldman, If I can’t dance, I don’t want to be part of your revolution, the project explores thecritical and celebratory implications
of this statement in artists work.

The programme in the Basel Stadtkino is built around the current show and the film programme in MuHKA, Antwerp.

5.30pm – 7pm
Introduction by Frederique Bergholtz
Works of Frances Stark and Falke Pisano

7pm – 8 pm
Sausages and soup

8pm – 9.30pm
Riddles of the Sphinx
by Peter Wollen and Laura Mulvey

9.30pm – 10pm

10pm – 11pm
Two films by Hito Steyerl:
November and Lovely Andrea

Admission: CHF 5.-/free for members of the Basler Kunstverein.

Impressions of the event by Sandro Mazzoni