Ses’fikile – siwu mndeni (We’re here, we’re family) is a free event that includes a film premiere, an exhibition of imagery, video installations and liveperformances celebrating queer spaces within club culture. Ses’fikile is hosted at club Zer021, which has a long history of creating parties that cater to a marginalized group of queer individuals within the city of Cape Town.
BEHIND THE SCENES PHOTOGRAPHY: DANIEL WALTON
EVENT DATE Friday 20th July 2018
LOCATION Zer021 – 46 Canterbury Street, district six
TIME From 7pm – 2pm
PRICE FREE ALL NIGHT
The event will host performances by FAKA and Angel – Ho.
DJ sets by Parasite Hilton, Būjin Buujee, K$, Queezy, Nodiggity and Sensitive Black Dyke.
The film premiere will screen a short film/music video produced and directed by Jabu Nadia Newman & Luvuyo Equiano Nyawose for FAKA’s newestsingle Queenie produced by Angel-Ho.
A photography exhibition by: Daniel Walton
Video installations by: Quezzy and Boni Mnisi + Wesley Leal
The event is realized in collaboration with “Goethe–Institut Project Space” (GPS). GPS is a multi–disciplinary roving project space which supports workrealized all over South Africa ranging from workshops to exhibitions, events and performances; including visual art, literature, film, music, dance andtheatre projects. More information on goethe.de/joburg/gps.