Networking Trip Feminism and Pop Culture

Feminismus und Popkultur Networking Trip Xueh Magrini Troll

15. - 25.08.2018

Berlin, Deutschland

The networking trip, hosted by Goethe-Institut in cooperation with Missy Magazine, focuses on intersectional feminist perspectives of women* working in arts and culture and how to connect those to pop culture. It brings together cultural practitioners, artists, activists from Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand and Germany to share ideas and practices, engage in a dialogue and discuss strategies to connect feminist viewpoints with popular culture to create spaces for female* voices and expand their audience.
Participants from Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand
  • Alyana Cabral (Philippines)
  • Amanda Keisha Ang (Singapore) / DJ, Graphic Designer
  • Catherine V. Harry (Cambodia) / Vlogger, Content Creator
  • Dia Sabrina (Singapore) / Creative Writer
  • Hera Diani (Indonesia) / Journalist
  • Indraswari Pangestu (Indonesia) / Writer
  • Kartika Jahja (Indonesia) / Musician
  • Leah Jing McIntosh (Australia) / Writer, Editor, Photographer
  • Liyana Dizzy (Malaysia) / Poet, Zine Distributor
  • Mich Dulce (Phillippines) / Fashion Designer, Musician
  • Natasha Matila-Smith (New Zealand) / Visual Artist, Writer
  • Nhung Dinh (Vietnam) / Curator, Filmmaker
  • Wannakarn Opassatien (Thailand) / Content Creator
  • Syahida Nawar (Malaysia) / Screen printer
  • Yadanar Win (Myanmar)​ / Performance and Visual Artist 

During the 10-day trip to Berlin, Germany the participants visit various cultural events and meet with diverse initiatives, individuals and institutions that work on the intersection of feminism and popular culture in Berlin.