• JG Danso Interview
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Vienna-based, poet JG Danso, discusses Black queer liberation and how her work reached the family of Marsha P. Johnson, a Black trans pioneer and initiator of the 1969 Stonewall Riots. Danso’s debut exhibit “Inaugerations” features her poems with works from local and international LGBTQ+ artists, such as Afro-Brazilian queer artist, Ani Ganzala, to Vienna LGBTQ+ design studio, La Vienísima.

Danso’s exhibit “Inaugurations” will run this month at the Villa Vida Café with performances on August 22nd, 2020 at 19:00 at the Türkis Rosa Lila Villa, one of Vienna’s oldest LGBTQA+ community centers. The sale of each poster supports queer creative work and support the Villa Vida Café. Danso’s work can also be found online on Facebook and Instagram @ JGDanso.

Show Links:

Celestial Poetics: https://www.facebook.com/celestialpoetics/

Ani Ganzala’s murals and work at the Türkis Rosa Lila Villa: „Un poco de amor para Viena“ by Lia Kastiyo-Spinósa

Visual Artists:

La Vienísima (Austria): @lavienisima and Facebook

Ani Ganzala (Brazil):@ganzalarts

LOLA Herself (Portugal): @lolaherself and Lolaherself on Facebook

Patroqle (France): @patroqle and https://patroqle-illustration.fr

Zahira Kelly-Cabrera (U.S.A. + Dominican Republic): @bad_dominicana2.0 , columns and artwork @ http://zahira.co/about

Pea the Feary (U.S.A.): @peathefeary, https://www.peathefeary.com

Brandon Paints (U.S.A.): @brandonpaints

Photos: © JG Danso

Fremdmaterial in JG Danso Interview
Jagadishwar by Alice Coltrane ©
A Thousand Ships by JG Danso ©
Boundaries by JG Danso ©
In a Drag Box by JG Danso ©
Feel by Zion Flex ©