Queer. Anticapitalist. RealityTV.
So you are a fan of Reality TV, but also often annoyed by the reproduction of a sexist, racist, heteronormative society in capitalism that takes place there? Then you’ve come to the right place! TVWOW is your new streaming platform with originals and exclusives – free and without registration! Dive into a new experience with more queerness, shows without market logic, and much more. Of course without commercial interruption.
Your first streaming experience on TVWOW is the exclusive web series HAPPY QUEERS. Five queer artists/groups show us their vision of REALITY in five hot short films.
Funded by: Fonds Darstellende Künste aus Mitteln der Beauftragten der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien im Rahmen von NEUSTART KULTUR.
What is TVWOW?
TVWOW is the first queer and anti-capitalist streaming platform for reality TV. The web series HAPPY QUEERS premiered at the Schwules Museum on 12.11. and can be seen here as well as in a short version at the Schwules Museum Berlin.
Lara Ledwa, art historian and gender scientist, has already worked in several projects at the intersection of queer-feminist and anti-capitalist theory as well as artistic practice and political activism. She taught feminist theory at the Weißensee School of Art and gave several project seminars there, from which, among other things, the exhibition „exhibiting queer“ at the Gay Museum in 2014 emerged. Currently she works at the Spinnboden Lesbian Archive & Library Berlin. In her studies of gender studies she met Monika Freinberger. She sees herself as a queerfeminist-internationalist activist and performing artist and celebrates the diverse varieties of femininity in her work, for example as part of her performance projekt “How to find Love” with Lola Fuchs. Before art, she trained as a nurse – now she works as a theater and film actress, among other things. For this she studied acting at the Ernst Busch Academy of Dramatic Art and there she met Samuel Simon. After graduating, Samuel worked at various theaters, from 2017 to 2020 in the ensemble at Schauspiel Frankfurt. A central role in his work plays the examination of masculinity/ies, for which he also uses videos as a form of artistic expression. Artistic and technical assistance: Nina von Seckendorff