DaGeG collective is a quxiled arab-speaking collective, That aims to revamp the cultural constellation by magnifying the brightness of long shadowed minorities.
As the progeny of an archaic pain DaGeG found their way into forming this collective, through the undeniable presence of collective trauma.
For them, creating this collective is a way to collectively heal ourselves and the OTHERs, to transform the noise and chaos that’s raging inside them into tools of radical change that endorse coexistence.
DaGeG as an interdisciplinary collective will adjust their practices and mediums depending upon the contingent situation at hand, they believe art is a language, the medium is just a character.
DaGeG creatures: Michael(a) Daoud, Marxus Absi, Sam Youssef, Najwa Ahmed.
Collective DaGeG was invited by Nyabinghi LAB as associated artists in the context of the project "Free State of Barackia: 150 Years of Decolonial Urbanism, Solidarities and New Berlin Utopias". Nyabinghi LAB envisions and realizes collaborative projects at the intersection of art, culture, education and activism, with a focus on critical, decolonial narratives and promoting lasting structural change. Nyabinghi LAB marks a necessary shift in curatorial practice, taking queer-feminist, BIPOC and migrant positions as grounds to reclaim histories and places by reconsidering strategies of resistance and the accessibility and visibility of critical voices.