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2006

...um die Leere meiner Rede durch entschlossenes Tun auszufüllen

Duration: about 9 minutes
Voice: Esther Becker
Lyrics: Felicitas Hoppe
Music: Camille


Video
by Anna K. Becker


Past Performances

  • 2006-06-28, premiere , Raum A 117

Angenervt und abgedreht – obdachloses Filet lernt Englisch

MiniDramas in the context of "Culture in Biebertal `06":
Episode "Angenervt: Die Englischstunde" (Annoyed: The English Lesson)
Episode "Schweigen"
Episode "Filet"
Episode "Abgedrehte Vorbilder"

With: Gisela Ballmann, Ingrid Bauer, Magdalena Binder, Martin Gaßmann, Ludger Hellmann, Lisa Kornder, Heide Stiller, Susanne Weber, Charlotte Zarniko


Production
by Florian Siebrecht (Regie)


Past Performances

  • 2006-04-09, premiere , Bürgerhaus Biebertal

Bernstein Redux

An event by Monster Truck as part of the Kaltstart Festival, Kulturhaus "73", Hamburg

July 23, 2006, 5.00 p.m.


Performance
by Monster Truck


Past Performances

  • 2006-07-23, premiere , Kulturhaus "73", Hamburg

black box

With Verena Billinger, Alice Ferl, Sebastian Schulz, Maria Guggenbichler, Maximilian Haas, Philipp Karau, Katharina Runte, Britta Schwem, Jenja Korolov, Nicolas Niot

Narrator: Christian Grammel

Lighting: Camilla Vetters
Sound: Johanna Castell
Video: Mark Schröppel


Performance
by Verena Billinger, Alice Ferl, Sebastian Schulz


Past Performances

  • 2006-07-01, premiere , Probebühne
  • 2006-07-18, Probebühne

 

black box

black box

black box

black box

Blick auf das Dorf vom Zentrum aus

webcam installation

 

Installation
by André Schallenberg


Past Performances

  • 2006-05-18, premiere , ATELIER MAI, PACT Zollverein, Essen

Blick auf das Dorf vom Zentrum aus

Blick auf das Dorf vom Zentrum aus

BYPASS

Tunnel vision as an optical filter on a scene by the river. The banks of the river Main at night in a different light; for anyone who would like to spend a little time under the Alte Brücke bridge. Before is behind. Good prospects/views looking outwards from town.

 

Installation
by Stefan Hölscher, Marc Jungreithmeier, Matthias Meppelink, Matthias Mohr, Tobias Rosenberger, Roland Siegwald, Lucie Tuma


Past Performances

  • 2006-04-23, premiere , Nordseite Mainufer / Alte Brücke, Frankfurt

 

BYPASS

DAS KOMMUNISTISCHE MANIFEST NACH KARL MARX UND FRIEDRICH ENGELS

Project
by Studierende des Instituts ATW Gießen mit Studierenden der IUAV University Venezia. Ltg.: Prof. Heiner Goebbels, Prof. Walter Le Moli


Past Performances

  • 2006-09-29, premiere , Teatro Due in Parma (Italien)

 

DAS KOMMUNISTISCHE MANIFEST NACH KARL MARX UND FRIEDRICH ENGELS

DAS KOMMUNISTISCHE MANIFEST NACH KARL MARX UND FRIEDRICH ENGELS

DAS KOMMUNISTISCHE MANIFEST NACH KARL MARX UND FRIEDRICH ENGELS

DER MAJOR ZURÜCK AUS INDIEN

The whole evening ist a disturbing signal, with really sensational effects, stirring up facts we don´t want to know about ourselves. We cast a spell over you and take you with us to the most interesting journey ever: Come and meet Boris Vian, one of the most touching and extraordinary french writer, who´s texts fill up your mind with a tremendous amount of senses of pleasure.Boris Vian came in many forms… Jazzologist, Engineer, Hard Boiled Translator, Soft Boiled Surrealist, Linguist, Singer, Trumpeter, Prisoner, Columnist, Novelist, Artist ... He lived fast and left a beautiful corpse d'esprit.Boris Vian celebrated his extraordinary imagination and astonishing facility with language with a disorganised career of writing, playing music, fixing old cars, throwing and attending parties and attacking any form of pretention or bureacracy.
Help yourself! Read Boris Vian! You´re welcome! Vive la pataphysique!

 

Reading
by Schweiker, Castell, Karau, Guggenbichler, Stephan


Past Performances

  • 2006-05-30, premiere , Probebühne

Der Mann mit dem Tornister

The audience perceives the songs of the last century on the proscenium stage within the greatest possible distance of the uppermost and very back theatre balcony. Great emphasis lies on the production of images, that have their full effect only from the birds perspective. The embedment in a sourround-environment intensifies the theatrical play of closeness and distance.

 

Project
by Matthias Mohr und Tobias Rosenberger


Past Performances

  • 2006-04-30, premiere , Capitol Offenbach
  • 2006-12-10, Audimax Uni Giessen

 

Der Mann mit dem Tornister

Der Mann mit dem Tornister

Der Mann mit dem Tornister

Desert Radar & Desert Radio

Scenic concert on 27.07.2006 at theHochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Frankfurt am Main


Desert Radar & Desert Radio

Music: Sagardia

Production: Rebecca Egeling

with the International Ensemble Modern Academy.


Project
by Rebecca Egeling


Past Performances

  • 2006-07-27, premiere , Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Frankfurt am Main

DIE KRANKHEIT TOD

Play by Marguerite Duras

Production: Bastian Kraft
Set design: Bernhard Niechotz
dramaturgy: Natalie Fingerhut
Soundtrack: Friederike Kenneweg

With: Nicole Lohfink, Christian Fries

A production of the Stadttheater Gießen in cooperation with the Hessische Theaterakademie

Premiere: September 8, 2006, 8 p.m.
Further dates: Sept. 10 and Sept. 24, both at 8 p.m.
Dates October to December to be announced.

TiL Studio Stage in the Löbershof, Löbershof 8, 35390 Giessen



Production
by Bastian Kraft

 

Past Performances

  • 2006-09-08, final project , TiL Studiobühne im Löbershof, Löbershof 8, 35390 Gießen

 

 

 

DIE KRANKHEIT TOD

Esquisse

Johannes Maria Staud (*1974) - Esquisse retouchée (incipit 2) 2001/2002
für Posaune (mit Bass-Drum)
szenische Einrichtung: Matthias Mohr + Tobias Rosenberger

A trombone player (Uwe Dierksen, Ensemble Modern) in the narrowness of a sound booth. The outer walls become a medial facade. Small surveillance cameras translate the mechanical dynamics of the play to visuals. Outside is inside. Exit - impossible.

 

Performance
by Matthias Mohr und Tobias Rosenberger

 

Past Performances

  • 2006-08-11, Centralstation Darmstadt

 

Esquisse

Everytime you walk away you take a peace of me with you

supported by: Robert Bosch- Stiftung
an exhibition and performance over 2 weeks in the gallery in the city center


Performance
by Ana Berkenhoff, Roland Siegwald, Anselm Belser, Patricia Talacko, Tereza Simova


Past Performances

  • 2006-09-05, premiere , Galerie Roxy/ TheaterNod Prag

Ferdinand. Kurzfilm nach Shakespeare, Der Sturm

after William Shakespeare, The Tempest

Short film, Germany 2007

 

Director / Screenplay Andreas Mihan
Camera / Lighting René Liebert
Cast Philipp Karau, Line Spellenberg, Rainer Dohmke, Anna Peschke, Rebecca Egeling, Rostislav Tumanov, Anne Kuhn


Watch the film


Film
by Andreas Mihan (Justus Liebig Universität, Giessen)


Past Performances

  • 2006-06-22, Gießen

Grünschnabel

"Strangely, only one minute from here, only one minute from here. The
connections over land are long- to stooped the curves, the airways shorter, but
all skies are deaf. We never opened the first bottle before half past six. Somebody
came over by the boat, another brought potatoes in the backpack. "

 

Dancetheater
Leaning on Erwin Wurm
and with texts of Evgenij Rejn
by and with Anselm Belser /Ana Berkenhoff /Ana Fanquiero
Keybord, livemix and accordion Jorge Piquer

 

Production
by Anselm Belser/ Ana Berkenhoff/ Ana Fanquiero/ Keybord, livemix und Akkordeon Jorge Piquer


Past Performances

  • 2006-04-26, premiere , 6 international Performance and Experimental Arts Festival, Manege, St. Petersburg, Russia

Grünschnabel

Hörstück n°16

 

Audio Play
by Milena Kipfmüller


Past Performances

  • 2006-07-30, premiere , Ö1

i was here/ Gescheitelt 2

woo-Haa?

 

Installation
by SKart-schröppelkarauartrepetiotiontechnologies


Past Performances

  • 2006-07-01, premiere , Hinter der Probebühne

 

i was here/ Gescheitelt 2

Kratzer und Unschärfen.||||||||||||||

Symposium october 27th - 29th 2006, Gießen||||||||||
Scratches and blur.||||||||
|||||||||||approach towards an aesthetic of the imperfect.

The scratch unites wound and tool - ice-scraper and abrasion are methods of revealing the surface. This is marked as such, opens itself while staying undissolved.
The blur names units of space and time that negate and maintain the surface at the same time. In its scattered nature, the blur refers to the plane surface, endangers the matter and, in its vagueness, also protects it. The blur creates measurement just as the measurement creates blur.
Scratches and blur are not limited by the medium - as a scratch in space, a blur in narration, a scratch in time and a blur in perspective, they suspend conventional relationships and allow for new conditions. Their effect is immediate. The gap and permeability of the artworks surface becomes intended provoked, it occurs through scratches - the questioning of the surface emphasises its performativity.||||||||||||||||||||

The work of art can be experienced through scratches and blur, through cords in films, the noise and crackling in recordings or through cracks and fissures in pictures.
How deep must a scratch be to be perceptible? How deep does it have it be to attack the identity, but not integrity, of an artwork? How many scratches can an artwork take? Do they enable authenticity, or do they brand its creation? What are the modes of operation, under what conditions do caesura and fractures appear?Can errors be directed, or is any production of mistakes a strategy to keep them at bay? Does the increased establishment of strategies of the incomplete stand for the decline of systematic utopia, or are new ideals for a post-sovereign ability to act able to emerge?||||||||||||||||||||||

exkurs->d i s k u r s 0 7 is a preceding symposium to the d i s k u r s 0 7 that is dedicated towards the questions surrounding scratches and blur. Doctorates, students and young artists out of a variety of fields will investigate these terms through lectures and artistic work. The approach towards scratches and blur should be carried out interdisciplinary in the reflection of various media and socio-cultural phenomena, by focusing on various (unfocused) details in order to attempt a preparation for an aesthetic of the imperfect. The examining of the artistic and academic work process is of importance, especially in its relationship between theory and practice. exkurs-> sees itself as a network of young artists as well as academic newcomers. We aspire towards a continuing discussion with regards to d i s k u r s 0 7.|||||||||||||||||||||||||

 

 

Project
by exkurs->d i s k u r s 0 7


Past Performances

  • 2006-10-27, premiere , Gießen

Kunst provocante - Der Besuch der alten Dame

Reading
by Florian Siebrecht (Regie)

 

Past Performances

  • 2006-07-14, premiere , Keltentor / Dünsberg (Gießen)

La Salle Danse

Performance
by Jens Heitjohann, Katharina Kellermann, Björn Auftrag, Matthias Senkel, Hanna Linn Wiegel


Past Performances

  • 2006-12-15, premiere , Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Frankfurt am Main

 

La Salle Danse

Lichtinszenierungen 2006

Presentations of student works in the context of the scenic project "Lichtinszenierungen" with Prof. Heiner Goebbels

July 20, 2006, 8 p.m.


Production
by studentischen Teilnehmern eines Szenischen Projektes bei Heiner Goebbels

 

Past Performances

  • 2006-07-20, premiere , in den Räumen des Instituts

LIVE TONIGHT!

Performance
by Monster Truck


Past Performances

  • 2006-10-07, premiere , Sophiensaele, Berlin

 

LIVE TONIGHT!

Man kommt immer da an, wo man hin will

a documentary odyssey through the texts of Christopher Columbus


with Jules Buchholtz, Julia Kraus, Malte Scholz, Phillip Schulte and Tomasz Stompor.
by André Schallenberg, Miriam Denger and Mark Schröppel


Reading
by André Schallenberg


Past Performances

  • 2006-06-29, premiere , Probebühne, Theatermaschine 06

 

Man kommt immer da an, wo man hin will

MEMOBLOCK

Project
by Jules Buchholtz, Anne Kuhn, Philipp Schulte


Past Performances

  • 2006-08-06, premiere , Probebühne Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft Giessen

 

MEMOBLOCK

Molokococ: Drei grüne Tannen

Molokococ: Drei grüne Tannen
by Ana Berkenhoff und Anselm Belser
St. Petersburg (international Festival of performance and experimental art, 12.-22. August), Manege


Project
by Ana Berkenhoff und Anselm Belser

 

Past Performances

  • 2006-08-12, premiere , St. Petersburg, Manege

Mr. Jaggers vs. Mr. Wopsle

"Mr. Jaggers vs. Mr. Wopsle" is not a feature film, but a filmed stage production that playfully uses various cinematic elements.


Loosely based on "Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens
With: Christopher Köbel, Martin Gassmann, Jan Hufnagel, Jochen Wilhelm, Diego Rybski, Ingo Holaschke, Rolf Köhl, Kai Müller-Lenz, Jennifer Schneider

Production management: Ina Lange
Screenplay: Florian Siebrecht and Christopher Köbel
Director: Florian Siebrecht
Camera: Andreas Mihan
Sound: Malte Scholz
Editing: Florian Siebrecht
Music: Björn Rückert
Lighting: Christian Flierl
Setton: Malte Scholz / Björn Rückert
Set design: Tobias Knispel
Assistant director: Ole Snoejier
sound design: Björn Rückert
Set photos: Ina Lange / Diego Rybski
Catering: Daniela Linder
Technical support: Institute for Applied Theater Studies, JLU Gießen / Offener Kanal Gießen

Special thanks to: Mrs. Seip / Mr. Wilhelm / Friederike Thielmann / Matthias Meppelink / Annika Rohde



Film
by Florian Siebrecht


Past Performances

  • 2006-07-17, premiere , „Flimmerkiste“ (Gießen)

nicht Fisch noch Frosch: kein Konzert.

not fish nor frog: not a concert.
Idea and production: Marion Schneider and Susanne Zaun
Sound: Friederike Kenneweg
Dramaturgical advice: Philipp Schulte
Filming: Csongor Dobrotka
With: Isabell Dachsteiner, Katharina Runte, Anna Schewelew, Katharina Stephan, Ina Vera von Bargen and Britta Schwem
as well as: Christian Bast, Matthias Ernst, Matthias Kobia, Frank Schneider, Nils Wiegand

 

Project
by Marion Schneider und Susanne Zaun 


Past Performances

  • 2006-06-29, premiere , Theater im Löbershof (Studiobühne des Stadttheaters Gießen

 

nicht Fisch noch Frosch: kein Konzert.

nicht Fisch noch Frosch: kein Konzert.

Öffnung der Sequenza

Project
by Sebastian König und Christian Grammel 

 

Past Performances

  • 2006-09-09, premiere , ZKM Karlsruhe

 

Öffnung der Sequenza

Öffnung der Sequenza

Öffnung der Sequenza

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Installation
by Julia Krause, Frank Max Müller, Katharina Kellermann 


Past Performances

  • 2006-04-28, Festival Junger Talente, Messehallen Offenbach

 

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Performance, Writing and Dissemination. A view of current thinking and research in contemporary arts practice

Dr. Ric Allsopp (b.1950) studied at Dartington College of Arts (BA Hons.) and the Universities of Warwick (MA), Exeter and Plymouth (Ph.D) . From 1984 - 90 he was Lecturer in Theatre at Dartington. From 1990 - 94 he was a Research Associate with the Centre for Performance Research in Cardiff, Wales and taught theoretical courses in performance at the School for New Dance in Amsterdam. In 1992 he co-founded Writing Research Associates (WRA) with Scott deLahunta, an international partnership organising, promoting and publishing in the expanded field of performance. Projects include Migrations (Centre for Contemporary Culture, Barcelona, 2000); In the Event of Text (HKU, Utrecht, 1999) and Performance Writing: A Symposium (Dartington,1996).

In 1995 he co-founded (with Claire MacDonald and Richard Gough) the contemporary performance journal Performance Research published quarterly in London by Routledge/ Taylor & Francis and currently in its ninth volume (2004). Recent performance works include the installation series Fire Tables (1997-2000) and Circulate/ Isolate (2000-) both of which explore the ephemeralities of text and the moment and location of its performance. His publications include "The Connected Body" (1996) and numerous articles on performance, writing and contemporary practice for various journals. He has performed, lectured, run workshops and organised events widely in Europe and elsewhere, and is currently Reader in Performance Research and Director of the Writing at Dartington College of Arts, UK.

For further information: http://www.dartington.ac.uk/staff/ricallsopp

 

Lecture
by Dr. Ric Allsopp 

 

Past Dates

  • 2006-06-30, premiere , Festivalcafe der Theatermaschine 2006, Bleichstraße 28, Gießen

Photographed by Mike May

"As a boy Mike went blind after playing with chemicals on an industrial area. Since 2002 he has been cured of his blindness: A microchip implant replaces the damaged retina and is constantly sending light signals to his portable computer. The computer converts the data of Mike’s eye and sends electric signals to his nervous system. On the computer, these signals and pictures are storable." On april 6th, we´ll make them visable.

 

Reading
by Tobias Brenk 


Past Performances

  • 2006-04-06, premiere , Unfriendly Takeover Lecture Performances / atelierfrankfurt; Hohenstaufenstraße 13-27; Frankfurt am Main 20:30h

 

Photographed by Mike May

rein und raus / rauf und runter

Project
by Hannah Borisch 


Past Performances

  • 2006-06-15, Gießen, Foyer des Stadttheaters

Roads to Manderley (neu)

Production
by bigNOTWENDIGKEIT (Anna K. Becker, Katharina Bischoff) 


Past Performances

  • 2006-10-27, premiere , Theater an der Sihl Zürich

 

Roads to Manderley (neu)

ROOR

Scenic concert for trombone solo
with Uwe Dierksen (Ensemble Modern) and compositions by Luciano
Berio, Johannes Maria Staud, a world premiere by Arnulf Herrmann, and
and others.
In the context of the 43. Internationalen Ferienkurse für Neue Musik 2006

 

Project
by Szenische Konzerte 


Past Performances

  • 2006-08-11, premiere , Centralstation Darmstadt

 

ROOR

SCHWUNST

Reading
by Philipp Schulte; Regie: Johan Heß; mit Katja A. Pohl, Cornelia Schulze, Gunter Röhring, Patrick Maehlig-Schubert 


Past Performances

  • 2006-07-07, premiere , LOFFT Leipzig

Sport und Ritual

Opening Lecture Theatermaschine 2016


Lecture
by Prof. Dr. Helga Finter 


Past Dates

  • 2006-06-28, premiere , Probebühne

Stop the show, please!!!

Dance Project
by Stefan Hölscher und Smiljana Maric 


Past Performances

  • 2006-04-28, premiere , CAPITOL / Offenbach am Main (Festival junger Talente 2006)

 

Stop the show, please!!!

Utopie und Realität im Siedlungsgebiet

places of the student city, a portrait 
For and with inhabitants of Munich 
a piece during one day (and preliminary work) 
with inhabitants of the student city. 

Material: Discussion with the life situation in the biggest student city of Germany, the former Olympic village in Munich. 
A very pressed private living space: single-plastic ready made appartment from a piece poured, like the toilets of German railways. Remind at animal boxes. On 11 square metres in a 10 floors high building with 25 parties on a hall. 
On the stage: a culinary line. The play took place as much as possible in the space of upper cupboards and undercupboards. –


Project
by Ana Berkenhoff/ Anselm Belser/ Roland Siegwald 


Past Performances

  • 2006-04-15, premiere , StuSta Studentenfestival München

Wolters Tage

Voices: Ana Berkenhoff, Christian Grammel
Weimarer Hörspielpreis



Audio Play
by Björn Deigner (Autor, Regie, Schnitt) 


Past Performances

  • 2006-02-10, premiere , HR3, Weimarer Hörspielpreis