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Smartonomy. Mobility without Fingerprints?

Practices of digital self-organization between surveillance and autonomy

June 07- 08, 2017 University of Art and Design Linz, Living Room Time-based Media, Domgasse 1, 4th floor, DO0458


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This year at the Crossing Europe Film Festival we spoke to Hana Jušić, the director of the film "Quit staring at my plate", which won the CROSSING EUROPE Award "Best fiction" this year. We asked her about her movie and the role of gender in it, as well as in the film industry. We also hear from Amanda Livanou, producer of the film "Park", who we asked about gender in Greece.
Both interviews are in English.

Love everyone!

As you've probably already heard, there's a new women's referendum! We need as many of us as possible to make this project big so that politics can't get around us women*. We therefore urgently need the following support:

1. sign up for the Women's* Referendum newsletter and forward it to as many people as possible who show solidarity! The newsletter keeps people up to date and we can also mobilize people as quickly as possible for actions. Under "Demands" you will find the demands of the new women's referendum:

"The superficiality distances us from what is real, and generates suffering and violence through lack of respect, and lack of listening" (Nathalie Delay - artist)

In 2016, with the annual focus Break it down, we attempted to tackle and break down heteronormative structures head-on and force a reinterpretation of gender, language and action. In this sense, Break it down refers to a process that is far from over, even after 2016. However, 2016 was certainly also a year in which many things collapsed in a global context (geopolitically, socially,...)

2017 our motto is getting closer!

FIFTITU% is offering fortnightly self-defense training for girls* and women* from 7 September. The training under the guidance of Xhejlane Rexhepi takes place under the motto "Setting your own boundaries". The focus is on instructions on how to protect yourself in order to recognize dangers early on and avoid them if necessary


In addition to physical training, which includes various effective self-defense techniques, psychological training will play a particularly important role. Because only by promoting self-confidence and the ability to call up situation-specific strategies within seconds can a self-determined demeanor be trained and thus reduce the risk of becoming a victim of violence.

Interculturality is seen as a desirable goal for dealing positively with borders, or as a term to be criticized that cements borders. Little thought is given to intercultural women's policy. Feminist viewpoints on this burning issue also need to be developed. On the one hand, local perspectives and ways of thinking need to be exchanged and taken seriously and, on the other hand, the "differences within" must not be neglected The exchange of different systems of thought and knowledge is required, as well as a permanent shifting of views that have become dear.

Where? Infobeisl in the Willy*Fred House, Graben 3, 4020 Linz

We invite you to watch international women* films with us - in original languages with subtitles or interpreters.

Afterwards, we look forward to discussing the films in a relaxed atmosphere

"The Girl Wadjda" by the Saudi Arabian director Haifaa Al Mansour

The headstrong eleven-year-old Wadjda lives in Riyadh - the capital of Saudi Arabia. She dreams of having her own bike, like the one she saw in a store on her way to school, but Saudi girls are not allowed to ride bikes....

On April 18, 2017, there will be another discussion round as part of our language project entitled "Non-discriminatory sensitive language".

This time on the topic of "Individual strategies and demands on society"
- how can non-discriminatory sensitive language be realized in everyday life?
- how have language changes regarding gender-neutral and/or gender-inclusive language developed so far?

We will meet again at the Infobeisl in the Willy*Fred Haus, Am Graben 3 in Linz, at 5.00 pm, and we will discuss until around 6.30 pm.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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On the occasion of this year's 8 March the transcultural, women*political association Feminism and Riot once again organized actions in the city centre of Linz. We serve up a review of these


On Wednesday, March 29, 2017, there will be another discussion round as part of our language project entitled "Non-discriminatory language".

This time, we will be focusing on the topic of "Queer and LGBTQIA* linguistics"
- What is queer and LGBTQIA* linguistics? How do we "use" them? How does it work in practice? Why all these asterisks(*)?

We will address these and other similar questions and discuss them with experts on the topic mentioned above.

We will meet again at the Infobeisl in the Willy*Fred Haus, Am Graben 3 in Linz, at 5.00 pm, and we will discuss until around 6.30 pm.

We look forward to seeing you there!