Ed Greve (GLADT e.V.)
Wille Felix Zante (Leidmedien.de)
Annina Zamani (GROSSER WAGEN e.V.)
Berlin’s nightlife is known for its door policies, but there are any number of reason people might not be able to get in on a night out. Some won’t make it past the bouncers; others would prefer to stay in at home. For those with disabilities, however, the list of reasons is even longer.
This discussion will bring to light the experiences and realities of those who are a part of nightlife scenes while also living with disabilities. What are the challenges they face, and how can they be overcome? And what other questions do we need to ask when making accessible spaces?
The panel brings together Ed Greve of GLADT e.V., Will Felix Zante of leidmedien.de, and Annina Zamani of GROSSER WAGEN e.V. This event will be conducted in German as well as German Sign Language.
Prior to the event, we will also be screening Resident Advisor's film A Sonic Pulse, directed by Antoine Marinot and Dorothy Allen-Pickard. The film explores how deaf people experience electronic music, examining multi-sensory experiences.
This event is open to people of all identities, but we ask allies and guests who plan to join this event to be mindful of the purpose of this event, and be aware of any space they may be taking up.
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