Hosts: Lena Szirmay-Kalos, Kasia Wolińska, Petre Mogoș and Laura Naum (Kajet Journal)
Emcee: Ben Mohai
Production: Magda Garlinska
Assistance: Beatrice Zanesco
Technical management: Bátor Tóth
«Montag Modus: archive of futures» is a production by the curatorial platform MMpraxis in collaboration with SOPHIENSÆLE, Radialsystem, Tanzfabrik Berlin and Bergen Kunsthall; funded by the Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Social Cohesion and supported by the Performing Arts Fund of the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media as part of the NEUSTART KULTUR programme, Collegium Hungaricum Berlin (CHB) and Trafó – House of Contemporary Arts Budapest.
↪ FURTHER BIOGRAPHIES
Ben Mohai is a Berlin-based producer, originally from Hungary. He studied Linguistics at Freie Universität Berlin and Time-Based Media at Universität der Künste Berlin. While he mostly works behind the scenes, both as a freelancer and for cultural institutions such as HAU Hebbel am Ufer, documenta 14 and the Biennale in Venice, he has also developed his own artistic works and is active as an even host as well.
Otucha Collective is a Berlin based vocal ensemble of female vocal artists, activists, and social workers with an immigrant background. Otucha places their interest in explorations of healing & empowering qualities of the human voice. They mainly work with vocal traditions of rural areas of Eastern Europe and somatic practices. They do performative and public interventions, offering workshops and holding safe spaces for sharing experience of a deep, transforming togetherness in collective sound flow.
On «Montag Modus: archive of futures» Otucha are: Julia Legieżyńska, Agnieszka Kucharska, Dorota Michalak, Ola Zielińska.
Mark Fridvalszki (born in Budapest, lives and works in Berlin) graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna and was a postgraduate Meisterschüler student at the Academy of Fine Arts in Leipzig. Fridvalszki is the co-initiator and graphic editor of the collective Technologie und das Unheimliche or T+U.