Frædag invites DJ Sprinkles

DJ Sprinkles | G-Ha & Olanskii | R.L.O.O.C

Frædag is Jæger’s touchstone to the outside world, an event hosted by G-Ha & Olanskii that brings some of the most significant figures in electronic club music to Oslo every week, and few are quite as distinguished as this week’s guest… DJ Sprinkles. In collaboration with Kunstnernes Hus, where DJ Sprinkles as the eponymous Terre Thæmlitz presents her new work “Deproduction”, G-Ha & Olanskii extend an invitation to a DJ icon for a set in the basement in the succeeding evening, with Ricky Late, Oskar Pask, Olefonken and Celius in our lounge.

You can find more information about the exhibition and tickets for the exhibition at Kunstnersnes Hus here:

Terre Thaemlitz, she is an award winning multi-media producer, writer, public speaker, educator, audio remixer, DJ and owner of the Comatonse Recordings record label. Her work combines a critical look at identity politics – including gender, sexuality, class, linguistics, ethnicity and race – with an ongoing analysis of the socio-economics of commercial media production. He has released over 15 solo albums, as well as numerous 12-inch singles and video works through various aliases.

DJ Sprinkles is Terre Thæmlitz’ super-DJ alter ego, a defining force in electronic club music as a producer and as the honorific would suggest, a DJ. She has sold out shows instantly, and her sets are lauded by press and audiences alike. As DJ Sprinkles her accolades extend from Discogs’ most wanted to appearing in the top fifty dance music records of the last 25 years according to Groove Magazine for “Midtown 120 Blues”.

Her writings on music and culture have been published internationally in a number of books, academic journals and magazines. As a speaker and educator on issues of non-essentialist Transgenderism and Queerness, Thaemlitz has lectured and participated in panel discussions throughout Europe and Japan. In her new work “Deproduction” Terre Thaemlitz investigates the tensions between cultural production and biological reproduction, as well as a cultural defence for those who choose not to reproduce. These analyses will be informed by her own involvements in non-essentialism, pansexual Queerness and non-transitioning transgenderism.

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