Women of the seven seas
Women of the seven seas
Crew

Kristin Feddersen

اليومأمامساحلليبياماعةوثلاثونشخصتحطامو.البحرالمتوسطاصبحالحدوداخطرفالعالم

Today, in front of the the Libyan coast, 130 people drowned. The Mediterranean Sea has become the World's most dangerous border. Someone counted: since 2014 more than 20 thousands lost there lives by trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea. This People could have been still alive but others knowingly left them to die.

Kristin Feddersen is part of the Sea-Watch crew since 2021. Sea-Watch e.V. is a non-profit organization that conducts civil search and rescue operations in the Central Med. In the presence of the humanitarian crisis, Sea-Watch provides emergency relief capacities, demands and pushes for rescue operations by the european institutions and stands up publicly for legal escape routes. Kristin is working on board of the ships as well as on land to support the Sea-Watch operations. Kristin is also working as an artist and in the field of set-design for cinema productions. 

more info here: https://sea-watch.org/en/

Cargo:
Impressum
First Meeting
Women of the Seven Seas - Online-Symposium
First Shefarers' Parade of Hamburg
Change is needed.
Activities of the Women of the Seven Seas
Become a Member
Supporters

Funded by the German Federal Cultural Foundation. Funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.

Women of the Seven Seas aim to connect women from all aspects of maritime life
Giuditta Vendrame

Giuditta Vendrame. Artist, Designer, Researcher.

What water does to our brains

The water, like any of the larger intangible un-holdable natural systems --like sky and weather, will teach you things that will take you forever to learn on land. 

Exterritory Project Cargo
Diagram

CAMP

Interview with FESAN, July 2021

Interview with FESAN

constance hockaday

constance hockaday

Giuditta Vendrame
1. My Ancestors Were Sailors/ Nenek Moyangku Seorang Pelaut (By Ibu Sud)

a text by Nova Ruth 

2. Many years ago, composer Ibu Sud wrote Nenek Moyangku Seorang Pelaut as a cheery song for children.

a text by Nova Ruth 

water gives and takes life

a text by Kristin Samir Jaibi Loren du Pon

engine at sea

on board of the Sea-Watch by Kristin Feddersen 

Black Water
Country of the Sea

by CAMP

3. My grandmother, Soetinah, grew up on the coast of Pare-pare, South Sulawesi, ...

a text by Nova Ruth 

From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf

by CAMP

Nova Ruth
4. As kids, we were even told that when we went to the beach, we shouldn’t wear green,...

a text by Nova Ruth 

Kristin Feddersen
Lembayung

music by Nova Ruth 

Shaina Anand

Filmmaker and Artist, CAMP

Female Seafarers' Association of Nigeria

FESAN

geheimagentur
Exterritory Project
1. Hamburger Seefrauenparade / Shefarers' Parade Hamburg
Residencies