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Tamara Moyzes & Shlomi Yaffe



7.6. 21:00 Performance

An ongoing project Lactism by Tamara Moyzes and Shlomi Yaffe revolves around the central concepts of human bonding, sociality, and human-environmental interactions. Informed by the ideas of deep ecology and ecofeminism, the project is concerned with social aspects of environmentalism and egalitarian social imaginary wherein the concept of justice extends also to non-humans.

Lactism is a new monotheistic female-centric religion and simultaneously a model of human relationality and social organisation, which envisions a society free of gender, geopolitical, religious, and cultural divides. Its ideational foundation comprises the Mother Goddess LACTERIA, mycelium, consecrated milk derived from mycelia, and the concept of Milk kinship and creativity to connect people with others, with themselves, that which opens up the imagination and brings hope.

Tamara Moyzes and Shlomi Yaffe’s utopian ideas embody a proposal for balm and healing social and ecological injustices. In this 21st century, the world is still being led by men, and to our deep regret, we have seen in the most recent events the cruel results of male violence against women, young children, and adults we seem to be in need of this now more than ever.


Tamara Moyzes is a politically committed artist, curator, and documentary filmmaker, researcher, and Ph.D. candidate based in Prague Czech Republic. She is exploring themes such as gender, racism, antiziganism, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, discrimination faced by ethnic minorities, issues of nationalism and religious conflicts, and Orientalism, her works show a long commitment to artistic activism. She believes art is a form of protest that should unmask social conditions through direct artistic interventions. Using the tools of irony, satire, and rendering the lived experience visible, Moyzes aims to shed light on social injustice. With her practice rooted in her Hungarian, Jewish, and Roma origins and her life spent in Slovakia, the Czech Republic, and Israel, Tamara Moyzes works from the perspective of the intersection of minorities. Moyzes founded the “Romane Kale Panthera / Romani Black Panthers” group (2012), which organizes events on the border of political art and activism. She founded “Artivist Lab” gallery (2018) as part of her Ph.D. studies at theAcademy of Fine Arts Prague. The gallery is a collaborative project of the Prague City Hall and Charles University, the main idea is to connect people who come from interdisciplinary fields and respond to social and political issues. In (2022) Moyzes founded a residency program “Artist in need”, aiming to help professional artists who are fleeing war.
Shlomi Yaffe, (b.1973 Tel Aviv) is an artist based in Prague. He is a MgA graduate of the Fine Arts Faculty and the Inter-Media Department of the Brno University of Technology, as well as the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem. He often deals with social and political issues related to unscientific ideas about race and body derived from myths assumptions and ideology.

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