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2017

„Bild und Ton müssen einschnappen“ SOUNDTRACKS FOR FILM AND STAGE

At all locations of the institute

Please note three installations in advance:

Anne Mahlow und Asja Mahgoub would love to invite two persons at a time to Ballet of Knights at PB2. It could make sense to be a few minutes early. It can be visited on Feb 2nd between 10am and7pm. Please book a timeslot at doodle

http://doodle.com/poll/hnitd5wf2svmtvsu

There is a Walk-in Installation by Marie Meyer & Calendal Klose

Hea®ling Spa . Hea®ling Spa is opening it's doors

on Feb 1st between 4pm and 10pm and

on Feb 2nd between 4pm and 7pm

for only one person at a time. Choose your favourite time slot in the following doodle:

http://doodle.com/poll/2iz2dtw9gupctwnv

Please be at the basement door left side of the Audimax in time. Our staff will pick you up. It will take you about 20 min to experience Hea®ling Spa.

“Seesturm“ nach einem Gemälde von Adam Willaerts a durational loop by Rupert Jaud already opens Feb 2nd already at 6pm at Probebühnchen Schiffenberger Weg.

 

Scenic Project
by Studierenden des Instituts für Angewante Theaterwissenschaft unter der Leitung von Prof. Heiner Goebbels 


Past Performances

  • 2017-02-02, Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft

 

»... und links das Meer« – Internationales Kompositionsseminar @ cresc biennale 2017

Matej Bonin (*1986): “Shimmer II” (2017, world premiere)
Malte Giesen (*1988): “Surrugat/Extension” (2017, world premiere) for large ensemble, piano and keyboard
Ole Hübner (*1993): “Drei Menschen, im Hintergrund Hochhäuser und Palmen und links das Meer” (2017, world premiere) for large ensemble, audio playbacks and live electronics
Vladimir Gorlinsky (*1984): “Hymns and Laylas of Mascow Securalism” (2017, world premiere)
Andreas Eduardo Frank (*1987): “How to pronounce Alpha. Zwischenlaut und Überzahl” (2017, world premiere)

Transit, the passing from one situation to another, the aesthetic or social migration to a new territory which often remains an idea, which is sometimes reached but occasionally remains unattainable. From this year’s International Composition Seminar of the International Ensemble Modern Academy, five very different musical positions of younger composers have emerged: highly individual and idiosyncratic studies of time and space, studies on the constant movement of sounds and people, on changing locations and perspectives.

www.cresc-biennale.de/en/programme/2017-11-26/und-links-das-meer-internationales-kompositionsseminar

An event within the framework of cresc... Biennale für Moderne Musik in cooperation with Allianz Kulturstiftung.

 

Concert
by Ole Hübner (ATW), Matej Bonin, Andreas Eduardo Frank, Malte Giesen, Vladimir Gorlinsky, Ensemble Modern, Enno Poppe (Leitung), Norbert Ommer (Klangregie)


Past Performances

  • 2017-11-26, premiere , Sendesaal des Hessischen Rundfunks Frankfurt am Main

Alice sagt, Senf ist ein Vogel (frei nach Motiven aus "Alice im Wunderland")

Performance
by M O N S T R A | Künstlerische Leitung: Katharina Speckmann | Spiel: Gesa Bering, Katharina Speckmann | Ko-Regie: Kim Willems | Bühne, Kostüm, Grafik: Ajda Tomazin | Dramaturgie: Arnita Jaunsubrēna | Musik: Figen Aksoy, David Rittershaus |Mentor: Ralf Kiekhöfer (Theater Töfte) | Mitarbeit: Christiane Holtschulte


Past Performances

  • 2017-10-15, premiere , Theaterhaus Frankfurt
  • 2017-10-16, Theaterhaus Frankfurt
  • 2017-10-17, Theaterhaus Frankfurt
  • 2017-10-18, Theaterhaus Frankfurt
  • 2017-10-19, Theaterhaus Frankfurt
  • 2018-04-11, Theaterhaus Frankfurt
  • 2018-04-12, Theaterhaus Frankfurt
  • 2018-04-13, Theaterhaus Frankfurt
  • 2018-04-14, Theaterhaus Frankfurt

Amerika

Performance
by Thomas Bartling, Jan Gehmlich, Dominik Meder

 

Past Performances

  • 2017-09-23, Ringlokschuppen Ruhr
  • 2017-09-24, Ringlokschuppen Ruhr

ATW TALKS EDITION NO. 13

EDITION NO. 13
WITH MÅRTEN SPÅNGBERG AND BOJANA KUNST
JANUARY 20, 7.00 PM
KIOSK
NEUER KUNSTVEREIN GIESSEN
ECKE LICHER STRASSE, NAHRUNGSBERG
D-35394 GIESSEN

MORE INFORMATION FOLLOWING VERY SOON

 

WWW.ATW-GIESSEN.DE

 

Lecture
by ATW TALKS


Past Dates

  • 2017-01-20, KIOSK, NEUER KUNSTVEREIN GIESSEN

ATW TALKS EDITION NO. 14

WED 1/2/2017 / 6.00 PM / A118
VICTORIA PEREZ ROYO AND BERNHARD SIEBERT 
TALK ABOUT 
REINVENTING RESEARCH
ATW TALKS 
EDITION NO. 14
IN COOPERATION WITH
NEUER KUNSTVEREIN GIESSEN

 

What does artistic research look like in practice? And how, on the other hand, can academic research use artistic strategies to meet artworks? Victoria Pérez Royo, our guest for EDITION NO 14. of the ATW TALKS, has been creating contexts for artists’ research as well as researchers’ art investigations over the last years. At the intersection of politics, dance, performance and visualisation practices, she challenges the position of research itself in order to find a way to discuss productions, and production processes. Let’s talk experimental writing, institutional critique, and Roland Barthes on February 1 at 6.00 PM.

Victoria Pérez Royo is a performing arts researcher based in Berlin, and Madrid. She is the co-director of the M.A. program in Performing Arts Practice and Visual Culture in Madrid, and assistant professor of Aesthetics at the University of Zaragoza. As a guest professor, she has been invited to international B.A. and M.A. programs in the performing arts in Finland, Holland, Germany, Chile, Peru, Costa Rica, amongst others. Perez Royo is a member of the research association ARTEA. Recent publications comprise "Dirty Room" (with Juan Dominguez, in press), "Componer el plural. Escena, cuerpo, política" (with Diego Agulló, 2016), and “To be continued. "10 textos en cadena y unas páginas en blanco" (with Cuqui Jerez, 2012).

 

ATW TALKS / EDITION NO. 14 / Wednesday, 1/2/2017, 6.00 PM / ATW, Room A 118, Karl-Glöckner-Straße 21, Phil. II, Haus A, D-35394 Gießen

The ATW TALKS are a series of talks and lectures at the ATW, the Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft at Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen. They have been taking place in a monthly interval since the end of 2015. The aim of the ATW TALKS is to create a forum for discussions on contemporary dance, theatre and performance, contributing to the academic and artistic discourse at the institute, in the city and in the Hessian theatre landscape. What is often considered an advantage of the ATW, will be equally true for the talks and lectures: hidden away from a general public with its necessity for self-representation, the context in Gießen offers a unique possibility for an open exchange with a critical perspective, for intense and extensive debates. Each edition of the ATW TALKS will be moderated by members of staff working at the institute. Invitations are extended to artists and academics from the performing arts and affiliated disciplines. The talks and lectures will generally be conducted in English, on certain occasions though, they might be conducted in German or French.

In Winter 2016/2017, the ATW TALKS are being organised in collaboration with Neuer Kunstverein Gießen in the frame of Making Theatre Now, a series of events on the aesthetics of production in contemporary performance. Making Theatre Now is kindly supported by Gießener Hochschulgesellschaft and Kulturamt Gießen.

Concept and organisation: Georg Döcker / Moderation: Staff of the Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft

 

Lecture
by ATW TALKS


Past Dates

  • 2017-02-01, ATW

ATW TALKS EDITION NO. 15

FRI 2/6/2017 • 4.00 PM • A 118

ATW TALKS
“WITH THE HAIR LOOSE"
DANAE THEODORIDOU AND GEORG DÖCKER
TALK ABOUT DRAMATURGICAL ACTIONS
IN NEOLIBERAL CAPITALISM

From 2013 to 2015, performance maker and researcher Danae Theodoridou, in collaboration with Konstantina Georgelou and Efrosini Protopapa, conducted a practice-based research project entitled „Dramaturgy at Work“ in theatres, universities and alternative spaces all over Europe. Through a series of workshops and discussions, the project explored dramaturgy, its key principles in contemporary practice and its political implications in the context of neoliberal capitalism. The results of the research were put together in a publication which was published under the title The Practice of Dramaturgy. Working on Actions in Performance (Valiz, 2017).

In EDITION NO. 15 of the ATW TALKS, Danae will be in Gießen to discuss the research process and the book with ATW member of staff Georg Döcker. The discussion will give special focus to the political agency of dramaturgy that can be deduced from the etymologically based redefinition proposed by the three researchers: dramaturgy deriving from the Greek terms “drama” (action) and “ergon” (work) constitutes, as they suggest, a process of working on actions and therefore touches economic procedures at its core. What does all that have to do with loose hair? Come and find out on June 2.

 


ATW TALKS • EDITION NO. 15 • Friday, 2/6/2017 •
4.00 PM • ATW, Room A 118, Karl-Glöckner-Straße 21,
Phil. II, Haus A,D-35394 Gießen

EDITION NO. 15 of the ATW TALKS takes place in the
frame of the festival Theatermaschine

Taking place in a monthly interval since the end of
2015, the ATW TALKS are an open format for
discussion organised by the ATW, the Institut für
Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft, Justus-Liebig-
Universität Gießen, Germany. The aim of the ATW
TALKS is to create a forum for debating contemporary
dance, theatre and performance, thereby contributing to
the academic and artistic discourse in the city, in the
Hessian performing arts scene and beyond. What is
often considered an advantage of the ATW is equally
true for the talks: hidden away from a general public
with its necessity for self-representation, the context in
Gießen offers a unique possibility for an intense,
extensive and critical exchange. Each edition of the ATW
TALKS is moderated by members of staff working at the
institute. Invitations are extended to artists and
academics from the performing arts and affiliated
disciplines. The talks are generally conducted in English,
on certain occasions though, they might be held in
German or French.

Concept and organisation: Georg Döcker
Moderation: Staff of the Institut für Angewandte
Theaterwissenschaft

 

Lecture
by ATW TALKS


Past Dates

  • 2017-06-02, A 118

ATW TALKS EDITION NO. 16

WED 28/6/2017 • 6.00 PM • A 118
ATW TALKS
HENDRIK FOLKERTS AND BOJANA KUNST 
TALK ABOUT PERFORMANCE AND EXHIBITION, SCORES AND DOCUMENTA 14

For EDITION 16 of the ATW TALKS, we are delighted to welcome documenta 14 curator Hendrik Folkerts in Gießen. Based in Kassel, Hendrik contributes to the exhibition based on his expertise on art practices from Central and Southeast Asia and the Pacific region as well as his longstanding interest in performance, particularly the concept of the score and its capacity to interweave different practices. In a recent article he posited that the score is the element which trans-acts between visual language, enactment, the body, the space, yet it is also something that can be read to enact in a variety of ways. Along these lines, Hendrik and ATW professor Bojana Kunst will debate the particular present relation of performance and visual arts:

How to think about the role of the exhibition in the (re-)enactment of the score and how does the score influence the concept of the exhibition? How does performance re-appear in the scope of documenta? Does the interest in the score correspond to the concept of organising documenta in two cities, that is in Kassel and Athens? Before Hendrik joined the documenta team, he worked at Stedelijk museum in Amsterdam for five years, curating the performance, film and discursive programs. In October 2017, he will start as Dittmer Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Art Institute of Chicago.

 

ATW TALKS • EDITION NO. 15 • Friday, 2/6/2017 •
4.00 PM • ATW, Room A 118, Karl-Glöckner-Straße 21,
Phil. II, Haus A, D-35394 Gießen

EDITION NO. 15 of the ATW TALKS takes place in the
frame of the festival Theatermaschine

Taking place in a monthly interval since the end of
2015, the ATW TALKS are an open format for
discussion organised by the ATW, the Institut für
Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft, Justus-Liebig-
Universität Gießen, Germany. The aim of the ATW
TALKS is to create a forum for debating contemporary
dance, theatre and performance, thereby contributing to
the academic and artistic discourse in the city, in the
Hessian performing arts scene and beyond. What is
often considered an advantage of the ATW is equally
true for the talks: hidden away from a general public
with its necessity for self-representation, the context in
Gießen offers a unique possibility for an intense,
extensive and critical exchange. Each edition of the ATW
TALKS is moderated by members of staff working at the
institute. Invitations are extended to artists and
academics from the performing arts and affiliated
disciplines. The talks are generally conducted in English,
on certain occasions though, they might be held in
German or French.

Concept and organisation: Georg Döcker
Moderation: Staff of the Institut für Angewandte
Theaterwissenschaft

 

Lecture
by ATW TALKS


Past Dates

  • 2017-06-28, A118

ATW TALKS EDITION NO. 17

MON 24/7/2017 • 6.00 PM • A 118
ATW TALKS
KATE MCINTOSH AND MARTINA RUHSAM
TALK ABOUT NON-HUMAN BODIES, AUDIENCE INVOLVEMENT
AND SELF-ORGANISED PRODUCTION

 

Whether the audience members are dismantling and reconstructing objects, whether they are pulling strings in order to make a sonorous stage set appear or whether they are touching things and materials that are then passed on from hand to hand: in several recent works, Kate McIntosh is curious about the audience-members themselves that she attempts to bodily involve into her performances. Since 2004, the Brussels based choreographer has developed a multifaceted corpus of performance-works for the stage and other spaces, all of them being driven by an interest in the body: be it human, non-human, in movement or involved in an experimental apparatus.

The affiliation of the individual and the communal is another crucial point in Kate's work, both on the level of performance and audience reception as well as on the level of production: together with a group of artists and art-workers she founded the structure SPIN, an artist-run support and research platform in Brussels.
Be welcome to EDITION NO. 17 of the ATW TALKS in which Kate and member of staff Martina Ruhsam will talk about practices of involvement and the crux with participation, the role that non-human bodies play in the works, and working processes of Kate and the nexus of autonomy and community – in the self-organised platform SPIN and beyond.

 


ATW TALKS • EDITION NO. 17 • Monday, 24/7/2017 • 6.00 PM • ATW, Room A 118, Karl-Glöckner-Straße 21, Phil. II, Haus A, D-35394 Gießen

Taking place in a monthly interval since the end of 2015, the ATW TALKS are an open format for discussion organised by the ATW, the Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft, Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen, Germany. The aim of the ATW TALKS is to create a forum for debating contemporary dance, theatre and performance, thereby contributing to the academic and artistic discourse in the city, in the Hessian performing arts scene and beyond. What is often considered an advantage of the ATW is equally true for the talks: hidden away from a general public with its necessity for self-representation, the context in Gießen offers a unique possibility for an intense, extensive and critical exchange. Each edition of the ATW TALKS is moderated by members of staff working at the institute. Invitations are extended to artists and academics from the performing arts and affiliated disciplines. The talks are generally conducted in English, on certain occasions though, they might be held in German or French.

Concept and organisation: Georg Döcker
Moderation: Staff of the Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft

 

Lecture
by ATW TALKS


Past Dates

  • 2017-07-24, A118

ATW TALKS EDITION NO. 18

ATW TALKS 
EDITION NO. 18
THU 12/10/2017
5:00 PM
A 118
SILVIA BOTTIROLI AND ROSE BEERMANN 
TALK ABOUT 
THE SINGULARITY OF A FESTIVAL TODAY

What can a festival do? What is the function of a festival in our present situation? This edition of the ATW TALKS takes place in the frame of Diskurs, a festival curated by ATW students which is organised from October 11-15 this year. On the occasion of Diskurs festival, we welcome Silvia Bottiroli for a discussion about her experiences as the former artistic director of the Italian Santarcangelo festival (2012-2016) and about her view on festivals as a theatre scholar and professor at Bocconi University in Milan.

In a time when avant-garde festivals celebrate decades of their existence (steirischer herbst was 50 this year, Kunstenfestivaldesarts looks back at more than 20 years), in a time when the temporal economy of festivals is not the exception but the rule (the 'festivalisation' of the programmes of regular theatre venues being one sign of this development), in a time when artists are more and more disappointed with European conditions of funding and production both in theatres and festivals—what can the singularity and the potential of a festival be? The talk will be hosted by ATW member of staff Rose Beermann.

 


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Taking place in a monthly interval since the end of 2015, the ATW TALKS are an open format for discussion organised by the ATW, the Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft, Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen, Germany. The aim of the ATW TALKS is to create a forum for debating contemporary dance, theatre and performance, thereby contributing to the academic and artistic discourse in the city, in the Hessian performing arts scene and beyond. What is often considered an advantage of the ATW is equally true for the talks: hidden away from a general public with its necessity for self-representation, the context in Gießen offers a unique possibility for an intense, extensive and critical exchange. Each edition of the ATW TALKS is moderated by members of staff working at the institute. Invitations are extended to artists and academics from the performing arts and affiliated disciplines. The talks are generally conducted in English, on certain occasions though, they might be held in German or French.

 

ATW TALKS, EDITION NO. 18, Wednesday, 12/10/2017, 5:00 PM 
Institut fuer Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft, Room A 118, Karl-Gloeckner-Strasse 21, Phil. II, Haus A, D-35394 Giessen
Concept and organisation: Georg Doecker
Moderation: ATW members of staff

 

Lecture
by ATW TALKS


Past Dates

  • 2017-10-12, A 118

ATW TALKS EDITION NO. 19

ATW TALKS
THU 7/12/2017
6:00 PM
A 118
VLADIMIR MILLER AND MIRIAM DREYSSE
TALK ABOUT
"SETTLEMENTS", ARTISTIC PRACTICE, AND COLLABORATION

SETTLEMENTS is the name of a series of open workspaces that Vladimir Miller has been developing over the course of several years, as of late within the framework of his teaching position at a.pass in Brussels, where he recently organised the eleventh edition of the series. Currently, the performance maker, scenographer and video artist is preparing SETTLEMENT 12 which will start in Giessen on January 8 and take place at the ATW. In his function as a guest professor of the ATW, he will work with our students to facilitate a three weeks working period based on key principles such as “encountering processes”, “no spectators”, “gifts”, and “productive instability”.

Reason enough to invite Vladimir for a talk about the project, but also about his more general interest in collaboration. In the past, Vladimir has been working with artists such as Meg Stuart and Philipp Gehmacher, and a residency at Akademie Schloss Solitude in 2015 led him to investigating how “our politics and ideologies of togetherness and collaboration manifest themselves in our spaces of (artistic) practice.” This and other elementary questions of artistic practice will be addressed in a talk hosted by ATW professor Miriam Dreysse.

 


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Taking place in a monthly interval since the end of 2015, the ATW TALKS are an open format for discussion organised by the ATW, the Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft, Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen, Germany. The aim of the ATW TALKS is to create a forum for debating contemporary dance, theatre and performance, thereby contributing to the academic and artistic discourse in the city, in the Hessian performing arts scene and beyond. What is often considered an advantage of the ATW is equally true for the talks: hidden away from a general public with its necessity for self-representation, the context in Gießen offers a unique possibility for an intense, extensive and critical exchange. Each edition of the ATW TALKS is moderated by members of staff working at the institute. Invitations are extended to artists and academics from the performing arts and affiliated disciplines. The talks are generally conducted in English, on certain occasions though, they might be held in German or French.

 

Lecture
by ATW TALKS


Past Dates

  • 2017-12-07, A 118

Aufgegebenes

Performance
by Konzept, Regie, Performance, Text: Dorn ° Bering (Gesa Bering, Stephan Dorn) | Ausstattung: Annatina Huwiler | Dramaturgische Mitarbeit und Produktion: Martin Bien | Technische Gestaltung: Benedikt Grubel, Carlos Franke


Past Performances

  • 2017-08-31, Probebühne 1 | ATW Gießen
  • 2017-10-30, final project , Künstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt | Studio 1
  • 2017-10-31, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt | Studio 1

BEAT BOX

Ole Hübner: »Mehrfachbelichtete Melodramen« – »Multi-Exposed Melodramas« (2016/17, WP) – Listening theatre for beatboxing voice artist, audio/video playback, and live electronics
... and compositions by Ondrej Adámek (UA), Gordon Kampe (UA), Erin Gee (UA), Kurt Schwitters, and Georges Aperghis

In the solo project of voice artist Frauke Aulbert beatboxing, the »5th element of hip-hop«, meets contemporary music. Here, in musical and socio-cultural regards, two worlds which both fanatically create art on the fringe of society, and still could not be more different, crash into each other. On three performative layers – vocal artistry, video/light design, and audio electronics – the rhythmical language of beatboxing is translated to neo-avant-garde sonic art.

In »Mehrfachbelichtete Melodramen« by Ole Hübner the – vocally, noisily, percussively – self-expressing subject finds herself in an imaginary scenery of communication and everyday sound. Imitation, addition, manipulation, and not least performative virtuosity are the media to invite the audience to adopt the memory of scenes which have been experienced individually, and to match them with their own experiences and imaginations – to multi-expose them.

 

Performance
by Frauke Aulbert, Ole Hübner (ATW)

 

Past Performances

  • 2017-06-13, premiere , BKA-Theater am Mehringdamm, Berlin
  • 2017-06-18, Theaterhaus Stuttgart, Festival »Der Sommer in Stuttgart«
  • 2017-11-03, Festival »Klangwerkstatt«, Berlin
  • 2017-11-18, Kaistudio in der Elbphilharmonie Hamburg

 

BIG DATA WEEKEND

Concert
by Decoder Ensemble, Ole Hübner (ATW), Charlotte Bösling (ATW), Malte Giesen, Leopold Hurt, Matthias Kranebitter, Philipp Krebs, Johannes Kreidler, Stefan Prins, Sven Kacirek, incite/, Electric Indigo, Dr. Michael Rebhahn, Benjamin Sprick, Dr. Till Knipper


Past Performances

  • 2017-09-01, premiere , resonanzraum Hamburg
  • 2017-09-02, Hamburger Botschaft
  • 2017-09-02, resonanzraum Hamburg

CASCADE

Boards>>Dark Souls>> Crying...squids?
_krat0s_ 23. May 2012

>>Im in dukes prison...
Killed all the squid things in the bottom to see if I can grab some humanities...
But theres two in the back that struck me oddly, I walked up.... And they’re crying
I feel bad :( anyone know why theyre crying? Seems so bizarre... Poor lil guys

CASCADE is a hideout place on stage - a greenhouse for a dance that’s moving around ever so slowly without going anywhere in particular. It’s like a plant that’s using our perception for photosynthesis. The images are constantly growing and decaying in front of us but nothing ever really changes in this choreographic arboretum unless we want it to. If we look long enough things will get blurry or maybe the light is just fading out (again). In this choreography is turning into a camouflage, exploiting the vulnerability of our visual perception and at the same time uncovering something else that we didn’t see before.

 

Performance
by Emmilou Rößling, Johannes van Bebber, Filomena Krause, Marie Meyer, Niels Wehr (Tom Engels & Teresa Schönherr )


Past Performances

  • 2017-06-28, final project , Probebühne 1
  • 2017-09-29, final project , Künstlerhaus Mousonturm FFM
  • 2017-09-30, final project , Künstlerhaus Mousonturm FFM

Collective Teatime#2: Decolonizing Performance

A group of PoC (persons of color) artists accepts an invitation for the collective use of a dance studio space for one week. It is a starting point for collaborations, conversations, and exchanging practices as they respond to the current conditions of producing dance and performance in Berlin. On Thursday, the space opens for the audience to engage and join our on- going dialogue in the format of a salon. Here, we will host Black in Berlin as our special guest. On Sunday is a public showing of our artistic work and practices.

 

Performance
by Olivia Hyunsin Kim and Sarah Bouars, Zwoisy Mears-Clarke, Nasheeka Nedsreal, Martha Hincapié Charry, Baly Nguyen, Jessica Taylor (Black in Berlin), Idan Sagiv Richter, Enis Turan, and more


Past Performances

  • 2017-02-23, Tanzfabrik Berlin, Wedding Studio 3, Uferstudios 23, 13357 Berlin
  • 2017-02-26, Tanzfabrik Berlin, Wedding Studio 3, Uferstr. 23, 13357 Berlin

Der Auftrag. Erinnerung an eine Revolution von Heiner Müller

Production
by Oda Zuschneid,
Ausstattung: Daniel Angermayr,
Musik: Jan Preißler,
Performance: Tibor Muth, Sebastian Muskalla, Jan Preißler, Oda Zuschneid,
Konzeptionelle Mitarbeit: Twyla Zuschneid


Past Performances

  • 2017-11-04, premiere , Hessisches Landestheater Marburg, Bühne
  • 2017-11-07, Hessisches Landestheater Marburg, Bühne
  • 2017-11-10, Hessisches Landestheater Marburg, Bühne
  • 2017-11-21, Hessisches Landestheater Marburg, Bühne


DISKURS 17 – enter the pool

Project
by Léon Haase, Theresa Moest und Nicholas Zöckler


Past Performances

  • 2017-10-11, Johannette-Lein-Gasse 26, 35390 Gießen

Don't Stop

In this choreography, objects are the main characters, as well as the camera that looks at them.

The tools of a workshop start dancing. Or the camera dances around them. They move to their own sounds and the music that arises from them. The sound triggers motion and the motion triggers sounds until everything becomes one.

Film
by Regie: Stephan Dorn, Kamera: Sonja Risse


Past Performances

  • 2017-02-02, Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft Gießen
  • 2017-06-24, Hessische Theatertage 2018, Staatstheater Darmstadt
  • 2017-07-25, Sommerwerft Festival Frankfurt
  • 2017-07-30, Hungry Eyes Festival, Georg Büchner Saal, Gießen
  • 2017-10-22, Internationales Filmfest Braunschweig
  • 2017-11-25, Choreographic Captures Festival, Winterthur/CH
  • 2018-01-10, SzólóDuó International Dance Festival, Budapest, Ungarn
  • 2018-01-18, Linse - Filmfestival, Ruhruniversität, Bochum
  • 2018-04-08, Loikka Dance Film Festival, Helsinki, Finnland
  • 2018-04-14, Multiplié dance festival 2018, Trondheim, Norwegen

Engineering the Wild

Performance
by Gregor Glogowski und Benjamin Hoesch


Past Performances

  • 2017-04-27, Mousonturm Frankfurt am Main
  • 2017-04-27, Mousonturm Frankfurt am Main
  • 2017-04-28, Mousonturm Frankfurt am Main
  • 2017-04-28, Mousonturm Frankfurt am Main

Erinnerungen an eine Zeit vor dem LED-Regime

Audio Play
by Gregor Glogowski


Past Performances

  • 2017-02-25, Hessischer Rundfunk HR2-Kultur

EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT IT

Dance Project
by IDEE Da Soul Chung DRAMATURGIE Eunhye Yang, Anna Seminova-Ganz PERFORAMANCE Da Soul Chung, Johannes Karl


Past Performances

  • 2017-10-31, monsun.theater Hamuburg

F. Wiesel: Recherchen zu SUPERQUADRA

The Tower of Babel, the ideal cities of the renaissance up to modern times, plans of new worlds appear. Landscapes of glass and concrete stretch from the South American jungle over to the Italian alps. Envisioning planned, organized and eventually more just societies, the drafting tables and computers of centuries are filled with systems and calculations creating ideal proportions and conditions; Cities and buildings for a perfect life. Leonardo da Vinci, Albert Speer and Walt Disney work franticly on the axes of their new orders.

Once created, their inhabitants find themselves in their brave new grids. And what eventually had to happen, happens: A wall breaks in, a door disappears. The geometric systems fall apart in the moment of their occupation. Oscar N. becomes encroaching and starts bringing his own vision into SQ67. And this incident does not remain isolated. Like a virus peculiar interventions start pervading the complex construct. Floors disappear, staircases are being filled with concrete, corals punctuate the roof. Constructions turn into political action.

This March, during their residency at Fleetstreet F. Wiesel start their research in Hamburg: They talk to archeologists and cityplaners, investigate on the ways architecture shapes societies and societies inhabit architecture. They start mixing concrete and interpolate past visions.

In irregular intervals they invite ohers to share their findings. All further information and dates will be available on http://www.fleetstreet-hamburg.de/de/home/programm as well as http://flinkwiesel.de/superquadra


Exhibition
by F. Wiesel (Hanke Wilsmann, Jost von Harleßem und Gäste)


Past Performances

  • 2017-03-23, Fleetstreet Theater | Admiralitätstraße 76 | 20459 Hamburg


Festival fuer Freunde vom 3. - 6. August 2017 auf dem Hof Dahnsdorf in Potsdam Mittelmark Freitag, 4. August 20:30 Uhr Theater "Psychose"

Production
by Mit: Amélie Haller (ATW), Rebecca Thoß, Sabrina Hertle, Marie-Sophie Ernst Regie: Ria Sommer, Dominik Frank Bühne: Sophia Bock, Lars Altemann


Past Performances

  • 2017-08-04, Dahnsdorf in Brandenburg

 

FIASKO - OPERNABEND 2/5

Performance
by Inszenierung von K.A.U. & WDOWIK


Past Performances

  • 2017-02-18, Foyer Staatstheater Darmstadt

FIASKO-OPERNABEND 3/5 zu TOSCA

Production
by K.A.U. & WDOWIK (Text&Regie), Maria Radomski, Mathias Znidarec (Schauspiel), Elisabeth Hornung (Gesang), Jason Tran (Klavier), Rahel Kesselring (Bühne&Kostüm), Yannik Pöpperling (Foto)


Past Performances

  • 2017-04-01, Treffpunkt Foyer Kammerspiele, Staatstheater Darmstadt

 

FIASKO
(c) K.A.U. & WDOWIK

FIASKO-OPERNABEND 4/5 zu Jenůfa

Production
by K.A.U.& Wdowik (Regie, Text, Video), Wojtek Blecharz (Komposition), Rahel Kesseling (Kostüm, Ausstattung)


Past Performances

  • 2017-04-28, Treffpunkt Foyer Kammerspiele, Staatstheater Darmstadt

FIASKO-Opernabend 5/5 zu TANNHÄUSER

“Ich bin der Welt noch den Tannhäuser schuldig” (I still owe the world a Tannhäuser) – this is what Richard Wagner allegedly said shortly before his death. In the FIASKO-Opera-Evening 5/5 concerning TANNHÄUSER the conductor and composer Johannes Harneit will present a musical lecture, exploring the root and utopian potential of this statement.

 

Production
by K.A.U. & WDOWIK (Regie), Johannes Harneit (Lecture&Komposition), Rahel Kesselring (Bühne&Kostüm), Yannik Pöpperling (Foto), Chor des Staatstheaters Darmstadt (Gesang)


Past Performances

  • 2017-05-25, premiere , Foyer der Kammerspiele, Staatstheater Darmstadt

FLIRT

Regie | Konzept: Wera Mahne
Choreographie: Tümay Kilinçel
Performance: Kathrin-Marén Enders, Rafael Evitan Grombelka, Pia Katharina Jendreizik, Tümay Kilinçel, Pavel Rodionov
Ausstattung: Regina Rösing
Dramaturgie | Website | Gestaltung: Declan Hurley
Kommunikationsassistenz: Xenia Vitriak, Sophia Rohde
Produktionsleitung: Esther Schneider

 

Dance Project
by Wera Mahne


Past Performances

  • 2017-11-01, http://www.flirt-performance.de/

Future Perfect Club

Performance
by Ole Hübner (Musik & Performance; ATW), David Guy Kono (Performance), Saskia Rudat (Performance), Laura Strack (Dramaturgie & Text), Wiebke Strombeck (Bühnen- & Kostümbild), Jascha Sommer (Künstlerische Leitung, Performance), Klaas Werner (Dramaturgie & Text, Produktionsleitung)


Past Performances

  • 2017-12-15, premiere , Ringlokschuppen Mülheim an der Ruhr
  • 2017-12-16, Ringlokschuppen Mülheim an der Ruhr
  • 2018-04-27, german stage service / Theater im g-Werk Marburg
  • 2018-04-28, german stage service / Theater im g-Werk Marburg

Gierige CHICKS* - Feminism? Gönn dir!

Performance
by CHICKS* freies performancekollektiv mit Mädchen* und Frauen* aus Bremen Künstlerische Leitung: Marietheres Jesse, Gianna Pargätzi Assistenz: Ruby Behrmann Dramaturgie: Laura Kallenbach Bühne: Hanna Lenz Musik: Henrike Schauerte Video: Timmi Davis


Past Performances

  • 2017-05-26, Schwankhalle, Bremen
  • 2017-05-27, Schwankhalle, Bremen

GIGANTEN /// wie wir jagen

Performance
by Janna Pinsker & Hanna Steinmair (Konzept und Performance)* Licht: Charlotte Boesling * SFX und Ton: Carlos Franke * Kostüm: Matthi Müller * ein MA-Abschlussprojekt von Janna Pinsker


Past Performances

  • 2017-01-20, premiere , Probebühne 1, Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft, Gießen
  • 2017-01-21, final project , Probebühne 1, Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft, Gießen
  • 2017-06-23, Frankfurt LAB Halle 2, Schmidtstraße 12 --- F°LAB – Festival for Performing Arts
  • 2018-12-07, Theater neben dem Turm, Afföllerwiesen 3A, 35039 Marburg

Hemispheres

Performance
by Rotterdam Presenta // Von und mit: Niels Bovri, Christopher-Felix Hahn, Stine Hertel und Jan Rohwedder. Dramaturgie: Benedikt Grubel. Produktionsleitung: Mara Nedelcu. Assistenz: Carina Graf.


Past Performances

  • 2017-10-12, FFT Düsseldorf
  • 2017-10-13, FFT Düsseldorf
  • 2017-10-14, FFT Düsseldorf

HEUTE MOBBEN WIR DIE BIRDS

Performance
by Janna Pinsker und Wicki Bernhardt


Past Performances

  • 2017-10-05, premiere , Studio 1, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstraße 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • 2017-10-06, Studio 1, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstraße 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • 2017-10-24, Tanzfestival Rhein-Main: Studio 1, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstraße 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • 2017-10-25, Tanzfestival Rhein-Main: Studio 1, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstraße 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • 2017-11-02, Frankfurter Autorenforum: Studio 1, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstraße 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • 2017-11-02, Frankfurter Autorenforum: Studio 1, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstraße 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • 2017-11-21, FFT Juta, Düsseldorf
  • 2017-11-21, FFT Juta, Düsseldorf

Heute mobben wir die Birds (Werkschau)

Performance
by Wicki Bernhardt & Janna Pinsker


Past Performances

  • 2017-05-26, theaterhaus G7, Mannheim

Hors de Combat

Performance
by Fanti Baum Frédéric De Carlo, Joana Tischkau, René Alejandro Huari Mateus, Zwoisy Mears-Clarke Bühne / Licht: Caroline Creutzburg Sound: Frieder Blume Gefördert durch das Kulturamt der Stadt Frankfurt


Past Performances

  • 2017-10-26, premiere , Frankfurt Lab
  • 2017-10-27, Frankfurt Lab
  • 2017-10-28, Frankfurt Lab

hungry eyes festival '17

From July 28th to July 30th, hungry eyes festival for Film and Performance warmly invites you to open air movies, installations, performances, discussions, summer and wonderful evenings!

At three days, short movies are presented and at the great trash night, the trashiest movie will be awarded. Furthermore, before the movies, performances and installations using the medium film will be shown.

The festival takes place not only on stages and in different installation spaces, but in case of good weather also at the yard of the university’s Old Library.

We are looking forward to a lot of sun and to seeing you there!

 

Further information: hungryeyesfestival.tumblr.com


Film
by Elena Giffel, Anne Mahlow, Lisa Schettel, Nora Schneider, Dennis Vetter


Past Performances

  • 2017-07-28, Alte UB
  • 2017-07-29, Alte UB
  • 2017-07-30, Alte UB

I AM NOT A JOKE

I AM NOT A JOKE is a concert.
I AM NOT A JOKE is a performance.
I AM NOT A JOKE is not one, but many.
What if the 90s Riot Grrrl Movement, 60s Feminist Performance Art and Third World Feminism would have met and collaborated together?
The band THE KILL JOYS whose members are Olivia Hyunsin Kim, Magda Drozd and a drum computer, start with this question in their Concert-Performance I AM NOT A JOKE. All three coming from a Performance Art background, being influenced by different streams of feminism especially from the Third World and sharing a passion for music á la Riot Grrrl, pick up where they have left off.
Especially under the current political climate where women need to fight (again!) for their voice and visibility, THE KILL JOYS want to address current issues which move us, upset us and unite us.

 

Concert
by The Kill Joys (Olivia Hyunsin Kim und Magda Drozd)


Past Performances

  • 2017-04-01, Dampfzentrale Bern
  • 2017-05-15, AUAWIRLEBEN THEATERFESTIVAL BERN, Festivalzentrum
  • 2017-08-03, Impulstanz Wien, Burgtheater Vestibuel
  • 2017-08-24, THEATERSPEKTAKEL ZURICH, Zentralbuehne
  • 2017-08-25, THEATERSPEKTAKEL ZURICH, Zentralbuehne

 

I AM NOT A JOKE
(c) The Kill Joys

If you get lost, stay lost

Performance
by IEMA & Glogowski/Hoesch/Schladebach


Past Performances

  • 2017-06-27, F*LAB Festival, Frankfurt LAB Halle 1
  • 2017-09-24, ZKM Karlsruhe

in my own space

Dance Project
by von Maria Anna Farcher und Inge Gappmaier (CuP Alumna) | Künstlerische Leitung: Inge Gappmaier | Dramaturgische Beratung: Stefanie Sommer


Past Performances

  • 2017-03-18, OHO Offenes Haus Oberwart | präsentiert von D.ID Dance Idenitity in Kollaboration mit imagetanz, brut

Inversum

A performer, a dancer and the universe. The endlessly large is mirrored in the endlessly small. Between them lies a water basin, around which the audience sits as if attending a ritual. The acoustic intensity of the dance performance INVERSUM directs ears and eyes towards the heavens. But for director Isabella Roumiantsev this is neither sublime nor harmonious, but rather dissociative, arrhythmic, twisted, and paranoid: “Scattered into innumerable particles, the cosmic body seeks out its integrity as an endlessly vast space, which stretches outwards beyond itself. In a billion year's cycle it suffocates in its own void and gives birth to itself, over and over again. Substance, identity, space and time are inverted and distorted in its restless sleep. The cosmos pursues its own paradox into a reality, in which it can decipher itself.”

 

Performance
by Director: Isabella Roumiantsev * By and with: Philipp Scholtysik, Moritz Fabian, Hanna Knell, Melanie Hirner, Jacob Bussmann, Olivia Hyunsin Kim, Lucia Bushart, Marc Szpuner


Past Performances

  • 2017-05-12, premiere , Mousonturm Frankfurt
  • 2017-05-13, Mousonturm Frankfurt
  • 2017-05-13, Mousonturm Frankfurt

Junge Choreografische Positionen Frankfurt

Performance
by Romain Thibaud-Rose, Joana Tischkau, Hannah Shakti Bühler, Laura Hicks


Past Performances

  • 2017-04-06, Gallus Theater Frankfurt
  • 2017-04-07, Gallus Theater Frankfurt
  • 2017-04-08, Gallus Theater Fran

Karlsson vom Dach - eine explosive Unordnung

Performance
by Gesa Bering (ATW), Benedikt Grubel (Alumnus ATW), Michael Kaiser, Jan Paul Werge | Bühne und Kostüme: Caroline Stauch | Komposition: Jan Paul Werge | eine Produktion des Theaters Freiburg


Past Performances

  • 2017-02-18, premiere , Theater Freiburg | Werkraum
  • 2017-02-19, Theater Freiburg | Werkraum
  • 2017-02-25, Theater Freiburg | Werkraum
  • 2017-02-26, Theater Freiburg | Werkraum
  • 2017-03-18, Theater Freiburg | Werkraum
  • 2017-03-19, Theater Freiburg | Werkraum
  • 2017-04-21, Theater Freiburg | Werkraum
  • 2017-04-22, Theater Freiburg | Werkraum
  • 2017-04-22, Theater Freiburg | Werkraum
  • 2017-05-06, Theater Freiburg | Werkraum
  • 2017-05-06, Theater Freiburg | Werkraum
  • 2017-05-07, Theater Freiburg | Werkraum
  • 2018-02-17, Theater Freiburg | Werkraum
  • 2018-02-18, Theater Freiburg | Werkraum
  • 2018-02-23, Theater Freiburg | Werkraum
  • 2018-02-24, Theater Freiburg | Werkraum
  • 2018-03-11, WLB Esslingen
  • 2018-03-12, WLB Esslingen

Karlsson vom Dach
(c) Theater Freiburg / Korbel

Karlsson vom Dach
(c) Theater Freiburg / Korbel

Karlsson vom Dach
(c) Theater Freiburg / Korbel

Kolleg zur Wiederentdeckung des Klassenbewusstseins

People fight against racism, for the rights of women and against capitalism. But these struggles often appear separated from each other and a fundamental solidarity is missing. How can the demands of factory workers, the self-employed, the refugees, the unemployed, the demands of those working in the household, etc., be formulated in such a way that their particular interests become a collective fight? In a series of talks in Frankfurt am Main, Mannheim and Berlin, ongoing project is looking for a contemporary ›class consciousness‹ together with trade unions, strikers, prostitutes, journalists, professors, blind organizations, economic experts etc. The series of talks is an artistic research. The results of this research will be shown in a final performance in September 2017.

 

18.05.2017, 18:00, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm
#1 My female* body, our feminist war!

Juanita Henning (Doña Carmen e.V. - Verein für soziale und politische Rechte von Prostituierten)
Bojana Kunst (Philosophin, Dramaturgin und Perfomancetheoretkerin)

#2 Bildet banden! Mobilisierungen und Taktiken im Arbeitskampf
Christian Krähling (Amazon-Streik-Bündniss)
Elfriede Harth (Network Care Revolution)

20.05.2017, 18:00 h, Vierte Welt Berlin
#3 Klasse und Intersektionalismus
Nikita Dhawan (Professor)
Maria do Mar Castro Varela (Professor)

#4 Organize! Praxis vs. Theorie im Kampf gegen Unterdrückung
International Women’s Space (Organization for women and girls)
Freundinnen und Freunde der klassenlosen Gesellschaft (author collective)

#5 Was tun? Solidarität organisieren
David Riff (Author, Translater, Artist and curator)
Freie Arbeiterinnen- und Arbeiter-Union (Union)

02.06.2017, 18:00 h, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm
#6 Leftish media. No writing without interest.
Carolin Wiedemann (Sociologist und Journalist)
Gregory Sholette (Artist, activist and author.)

#7 Subvert Institutions! Mitgegangen, mitgefangen?
unter_bau (Union initiative)
Illia Yakovenko (Artist and activist)

03.06.2017, 21:00 h, zeitraumexit Mannheim
#8 Provoke! Taktiken des Aufstands

Stefanie Sargnagel (Athor and artist)
Anna Kow und Virginia Kimey Pflücke - outside the box (Newspaper)

#9 Wem gehört die Welt? Der Kampf um die Sichtbarkeit
Siegried Saerberg (Sociologist, curator and artist)
N.N.

01.07.2017, 21:00 h, zeitraumexit Mannheim
#10 Klasse – mit oder ohne Lohnarbeit?

Alex Demirović (Social scientist)
Roswitha Scholz (Feminist publicists)

#11 Lumpenproletarians unite!
Paula Ezquerra (Feminist prostitute and activist)
N.N.

More Information, a list of all guests und all dates:
www.ongoing-project.org


Project
by ongoing project

 

Past Performances

  • 2017-05-18, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm
  • 2017-05-20, Theater Vierte Welt, Berlin
  • 2017-06-02, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm
  • 2017-06-03, zeitraumexit Mannheim
  • 2017-09-13, premiere , Künstlerhaus Mousonturm

Let´s talk about love

Performance
by Thomas Bartling (Alumnus ATW) und David Kilinç


Past Performances

  • 2017-12-01, Zeche 1, Bochum
  • 2017-12-02, Zeche 1, Bochum
  • 2018-04-07, Pumpenhaus, Münster
  • 2018-09-09, FAVORITEN FESTIVAL, Dortmund
  • 2019-01-25, Freie Schichten Festival, Burgtheater, Lingen(Ems)

 

LIBUSSA / RIOT, DON'T DIET!

Project
by REGIE Fanny Brunner AUSSTATTUNG Daniel Angermayr MUSIK Jan Preißler DRAMATURGIE Matthias Döpke, Simon Meienreis BESETZUNG Annette Müller, Johannes Karl, Lene Dax, Maximilian Heckmann, Oda Zuschneid, Victoria Schmidt


Past Performances

  • 2017-10-03, Hessisches Landestheater Marburg

LIKE HEIMAT I LIKE

Production
by Milan Pešl & Falk Rößler | Katharina Sendfeld | Jost von Harleßem | Monika Kosik | Marlene-Sophie Haagen, Rainer Hustedt, Petra Soltau


Past Performances

  • 2017-06-14, premiere , Stadttheater Gießen, taT-Studiobühne
  • 2017-06-17, Stadttheater Gießen, taT-Studiobühne
  • 2017-06-22, Stadttheater Gießen, taT-Studiobühne
  • 2017-06-25, Stadttheater Gießen, taT-Studiobühne

LUST

Performance
by eine Performance von Frauen und Fiktion


Past Performances

  • 2017-03-08, Pavillon Hannover, Lichthof Theater Hamburg, Theaterdiscounter Berlin

LUST - Eine Performance über sexuelle Biografien und unerhörte erotische Phantasien von Frauen

Performance
by Frauen und Fiktion


Past Performances

  • 2017-06-24, Experimentiertheater Erlangen // ARENA...Festival der jungen Künste

LYSHUS

LYSHUS is an immersive performance-installation.
LYSHUS is a sensorial investigation of perception and reality.
LYSHUS is immersion in full darkness.
LYSHUS is getting lost in space.

Created and shown at the Pop-Up-Culture-House, Viborg (Denmark).
The Pop-Up-Culture-House is part of Carte Blanche’s project KUNSTEN AT LYTTE, the theatre’s contribution to Aarhus European Capital of Culture 2017. Over the course of two years Carte Blanche has been investigating the hidden values and potentials of our shared culture through a series of workshops, investigations, mini-projects and performances. Pop-Up-Culture-House is the culmination of this investigation. Moreover, the culture house will be an open platform to which local and cultural innovators can contribute with their own projects, share their ideas, visions and experiences. The culture house will pop up for audiences in June, culminate during the festive week of Viborg SNAPSTING - Rethink your audience.

Idea and Concept: Sarah John
By and with: Juraj Bako, Lennart Ellegaard, Raphaël Janvier, Sonya Mitova, Zietra Møller, Julia Stina Schmidt (ATW), Anne Sofie Thomsen
Scenography: Sarah John
Scenography assistance: Alberte Husted Larsen
Sound design: Lennart Ellegaard, Raphaël Janvier
Technical direction: Karsten Nisbeth
Production manager: Tine Illum
PR: Maja Vadum Larsen

A production by Carte Blanche, in the frame of KUNSTEN AT LYTTE, SNAPSTING - Rethink your audience and AARHUS EUROPEAN CAPITAL OF CULTURE 2017.

With support of Statens Kunstfond, MENY, Aarhus European Capital of Culture 2017, Viborg Snapsting - Rethink your audience, Spar Nord.

 

Dates: 
16.06.2017 (Premiere)
17.06.2017 
18.06.2017 
20.06.2017 
21.06.2017 
22.06.2017 
23.06.2017 
24.06.2017
25.06.2017

Aarhus European Capital of Culture/ Pop-Up-Kulturhus: Det gamle rådhus, Stænderpladsen 2, Viborg (Denmark)

http://www.cblanche.dk/
http://www.aarhus2017.dk/en/calendar/snapsting---rethink-your-audience/8187/

 

Performance
by Idea and Concept: Sarah John. By and with: Juraj Bako, Lennart Ellegaard, Raphaël Janvier, Sonya Mitova, Zietra Møller, Julia Stina Schmidt (ATW), Anne Sofie Thomsen. Scenography: Sarah John. Scenography assistance: Alberte Husted Larsen. Sound design: Raphaël Janvier, Lennart Ellegaard. Technical direction: Karsten Nisbeth. Production manager: Tine Illum. PR: Maja Vadum Larsen


Past Performances

  • 2017-06-16, premiere , Aarhus European Capital of Culture: Pop-Up-Kulturhus, Viborg (Denmark)
  • 2017-06-17, Aarhus European Capital of Culture: Pop-Up-Kulturhus, Viborg (Denmark)
  • 2017-06-18, Aarhus European Capital of Culture: Pop-Up-Kulturhus, Viborg (Denmark)
  • 2017-06-20, Aarhus European Capital of Culture: Pop-Up-Kulturhus, Viborg (Denmark)
  • 2017-06-21, Aarhus European Capital of Culture: Pop-Up-Kulturhus, Viborg (Denmark)
  • 2017-06-22, Aarhus European Capital of Culture: Pop-Up-Kulturhus, Viborg (Denmark)
  • 2017-06-23, Aarhus European Capital of Culture: Pop-Up-Kulturhus, Viborg (Denmark)
  • 2017-06-24, Aarhus European Capital of Culture: Pop-Up-Kulturhus, Viborg (Denmark)
  • 2017-06-25, Aarhus European Capital of Culture: Pop-Up-Kulturhus, Viborg (Denmark)

 

MADE Festival - 100% Ausnahmsweise

Performance
by MADE Festival - 100% Ausnahmsweise


Past Performances

  • 2017-11-01, german stage service Theater im g-Werk & Waggonhalle Marburg
  • 2017-11-02, german stage service Theater im g-Werk & Waggonhalle Marburg
  • 2017-11-03, german stage service Theater im g-Werk & Waggonhalle Marburg
  • 2017-11-04, german stage service Theater im g-Werk & Waggonhalle Marburg

Makulatur

Dance Project
by ravvina/veit


Past Performances

  • 2017-12-15, final project , Staatstheater Darmstadt (Kammerspiele)
  • 2017-12-16, final project , Staatstheater Darmstadt (Kammerspiele)

Miss Yellow and Me - I wanna be a musical

Olivia Hyunsin Kim delights in rubbing artistic genres and physical techniques the wrong way. Be it postmodern dance, aerobics, minimal art and hard rock, pop or high culture – this young choreographer is interested in the stereotypes and clichés caused by various forms of expression and the power imbalances that they perpetuate between Us and the Others. Kim’s special perspective takes its strength from experiences being German-Korean. In her newest piece, she takes on one of the most popular genres: the musical. Inspired by “Miss Saigon” – one of the most successful shows on Broadway and one, which has simultaneously provoked numerous controversies on the representation of Asian women, she has created a musical talent show that is both grotesque and entertaining.

 

Performance
by * Konzept: Olivia Hyunsin Kim * Choreografie, Performance: Jungyun Bae, Yeonsook Jeong, Olivia Hyunsin Kim * Musik: Elischa Kaminer * Dramaturgie: Wicki Bernhardt * Produktion: Olivia Hyunsin Kim/ddanddarakim


Past Performances

  • 2017-10-18, premiere , Tanzfestival Rhein-Main: Künstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt,Studio 1, Waldschmidtstraße 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • 2017-10-19, Tanzfestival Rhein-Main: Künstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt, Studio 1, Waldschmidtstraße 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • 2017-10-20, Tanzfestival Rhein-Main: Künstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt, Studio 1, Waldschmidtstraße 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • 2017-11-25, Sungmisan Theater, 245-31 Seongsan-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul, Suedkorea
  • 2017-11-26, Sungmisan Theater, 245-31 Seongsan-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul, Suedkorea
  • 2018-05-03, Sophiensaele Berlin
  • 2018-05-04, Sophiensaele, Sophienstraße 18, 10178 Berlin-Mitte
  • 2018-05-05, Sophiensaele, Sophienstraße 18, 10178 Berlin-Mitte
  • 2018-11-04, Clinch Festival, Theater im Pavillon, Lister Meile 4 30161 Hannover
  • 2018-11-10, Off-Bühne Komplex, Zietenstraße 32, 09130 Chemnitz

MONTAGEETÜDEN

I have had the strangest dream. I was a vendor of glimpses and appearances. I collected them first, then resold them. In my dream I had just revealed a secret. Did it all by myself. I revealed the mystery of entering the interior of anything I gazed upon. Being inside, I understood how to rearrange things. It was just as easy as opening a wardrobe door. Well, well. But when I woke up, I couldn’t remember how I made it happen – I had forgotten how to enter the interior of things. (Zitat Stücktext)



Performance
by Konzept, Text und Performance: Sonja Risse
Choreographie und Umsetzung: Ekaterine Giorgadze
Technik und dramaturgische Mitarbeit: Laura Eggert
Kostüm: Judith Altmeyer
Outside Eye: Liliane Koch


Past Performances

  • 2017-10-05, final project , Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft Probebühne 2
  • 2017-10-10, final project , Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft, Probebühne 2


MY HANDS. MY MOTHER’s

MY HANDS. MY MOTHER’s
What remains of somebody? Twenty-three boxes full of objects lost their owner and those objects have an afterlife.

They say memory is a silly dog – you throw a stick to it but it brings back something else. Memories are fragile, sometimes illogical, incoherent, irrevocably incomplete. Yet now, of all that city, I remember only a woman I casually met. There are shadows that surround me, daughter shadows of rigid furniture. They haunt me here in the sun, but they are people. Using these memories is the only way to finish a conversation between two people who will never speak again.

We explore the capacity of objects to recall certain situations. Somehow living is to be other. Seeing is being distant and seeing clearly is to stop. Definitely, to analyse is to be a foreigner. It is as if I found an old portrait, of me, undoubtedly, with a different stature, unknown features, but indisputably mine, dreadfully me. Life is as if we were beaten with it. We will for sure meet again at some party.

 

Performance
by Objects, recipe – Carmen Sauras de la Llave | Original music and sound design – Bruno Tambascio | Vocals – Malia Bendi Merad, Paloma Lirola | Costumes – Frank Salewski | Light design and technic – Jakob Boeckh | Graphic design – Virginia Gutiérrez del Álamo | Camera – Michael Benett | Film acting – Susie Meyer | Text – Carmen Sauras de la Llave, Barbara Visnevetski, René Char, César Vallejo, Friedrich Nietzsche, Liliane Koch, Adela Bravo Sauras | Text translations and editing – Liliane Koch, Dorothee Krueger, Adela Bravo Sauras | Outside eye – Jacob Bussmann | Preview rehearsals – Frida Laux, Dorothee Krueger | Concept participation – Pietro Righi Riva, Anja Stachelscheid, Alfonso Ruano Canales | Performance, Choreography – Liliane Koch, Adela Bravo Sauras | Concept and idea, stage design and construction, video – Adela Bravo Sauras | Mentoring – Heiner Goebbels, Philipp Schulte | http://nofourthwall.com/index.php?/ongoing/my-hands-my-mothers/ | https://www.facebook.com/events/253870931687012/| Special thanks to Martina Ruhsam, Kris Verdonck, Karin Pelte, Rike Huy, Lisa Charlotte Friederich, Benjamin Hoesch, Julia Stina, Tamara Antonijevic, Eleonora Siarava, Patrick Faurot, Katharina Stephan and her seminar students | Supported by: Kulturamt der Stadt Gießen, Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft Gießen, Instituto Cervantes Berlin

 

Past Performances

  • 2017-05-08, final project , pb1
  • 2017-05-08, final project , pb1
  • 2017-05-08, final project , pb1
  • 2017-05-08, final project , pb1
  • 2017-05-08, final project , pb1
  • 2017-05-09, final project , pb1
  • 2017-05-09, final project , pb1
  • 2017-05-09, final project , pb1
  • 2017-05-09, final project , pb1
  •   2017-05-09, final project , pb1
  •   2017-05-10, final project , pb1
  •   2017-05-10, final project , pb1
  •   2017-05-10, final project , pb1
  •   2017-05-10, final project , pb1
  •   2017-05-10, final project , pb1

 

 

ON COUNTING (deutsche Premiere)

Performance
by büro für förmlichkeiten (Martin Bien/Nora Schneider)
Konzept, Video, Regie: Martin Bien
Dramaturgie: Josephin Hanke, Nora Schneider
Performance: STANLEY (Lea Abendstein, Josephin Hanke, Janne Schipper)
Objekte: Martha Oelschläger
Technische Einrichtung: Lea König


Past Performances

  • 2017-11-10, premiere , tat-Studiobühne des Stadttheaters Gießen

Orchiektomie rechts

Performance
by Noam Brusilovsky (HfS Berlin) Bühne / Video / Kostüm: Magdalena Emmerig Sound / Musik: Antonia Alessia Virginia Beeskow Dramaturgie: Lotta Beckers


Past Performances

  • 2017-12-08, bat Berlin
  • 2018-04-19, Radikal Jung Münchner Volkstheater
  • 2018-11-15, Fast Forward HELLERAU – Europäisches Zentrum der Künste, Dresden
  • 2018-11-16, Fast Forward HELLERAU – Europäisches Zentrum der Künste, Dresden

Orpheus Moments

»Orfeo« constitutes the beginning of opera – multiple adaptations have upgraded the impact of opera as an art formand still influence the contemporary music theatre up to the present. However, Orpheus is not only a topos of music history but also the prototype of the musician and artist, an allegory of the human capability to create permanent things, to widen and to go beyond one's own world. His chant accomplishes emancipation, his individual skills disabuse himself from the rules of his environment. In that way he is also a predecessor of the modern subject. He plays his lyre, and he plays with the gods until his most human skill – to doubt – thwarts his plans. By turning around, changing his direction, he is deflected from all given paths. In the more than fifty surviving musical versions of the Orpheus myth throughout the history of opera this turning-around of Orpheus has been motivated quite diversely. It is also the pivot of this new interpretation.
The result of his doubts is again the loss of his beloved – as Ovid wrote: »And he, unhappy man, stretching out his arms to hold her and be held, clutched at nothing but the receding air.« But the motivation is a different, a new one, that shall not be told yet.

Produced at the 61st International Festival of Contemporary Music at the Biennale di Venezia.
www.labiennale.org

 

Performance
by Friederike Blum (Konzept, Regie; ATW), Jakob Boeckh (Konzept, Bühne & Video; ATW), Ole Hübner (Konzept, Komposition; ATW), Tassilo Tesche (Konzept, Libretto), Ex Novo Ensemble, Filippo Perocco (musical direction)

 

Past Performances

  • 2017-10-06, final project , Teatro Piccolo Arsenale, Venedig/Venice

ørfeus 2.0

Performance
by Lorenz Rommelspacher, Jana Tuchewicz, Tibor Torell, Malte Asmuth, Ole Hübner (ATW), Moritz Hils, Marc Czampiel, Lennard Schubert


Past Performances

  • 2017-09-15, premiere , Fotostudio der Hochschule Düsseldorf

Pigeon 3

Pigeon celebrates the possibility of something. It´s a series and it consists of two parts: Interfacing fiction and reality of a collective emergence of bodies, a speaking screen is talking you through the first part. The second part is ever-changing - it made a fusion of pigeon egg and punching bag filled with softness in the first edition and a giant slide that flooded the space with pink lubricant in the second edition. See what this automaton for the praise of fluidity brings next.

 

Performance
by Text and Concept: Frida Laux / Video: Julia Novacek / Artistic Response Pigeon 3: Jack Chosef / Artistic Collaboration Pigeon 2: Ana Dubljevic, Ruth Schmidt, Julia Novacek, Rahel Barra / Undefined Entanglements Pigeon 1: Zuzana Zabkova, René Alejandro Huari, Carolina Mendonça, Günther Baumann.


Past Performances

  • 2017-06-03, probebühne 2

Publication at Contemporary Theatre Review

Publication at Contemporary Theatre Review, CTR 27.3 (2017),Volume 27, Issue 3, Book review on Cathy Turner´s Dramaturgy and Architecture: Theatre, Utopia and the Built Environment

 

Reading
by Adela Bravo Sauras


Past Performances

  • 2017-07-31, Routledge Journals

Revue

Revue shows are costume shows performed by giant ensembles. Similar to Hollywood blockbusters, Revue shows create spaces of relaxation and invite spectators to lean back and consume. Three performers from the Theater Thikwa take on the challenge of bursting apart all the superlative elements of a “big show”. Equipped with bizarre objects the performers’ bodies will become surfaces of (in)visible prostheses, mutating into rogue cyber heroes and emerge as the icons of the show. It will be loud, bloody, and glamorous.

 

Performance
by Performance: Addas Ahmad, Oliver Rincke, Mereika Schulz | Konzept: Blöchle/Fornezzi (ATW)| Regie/Bühne: Blöchle/Fornezzi (ATW)& Ines Wuttke (ATW) | künstlerische Objekte/Kostüm: Elke Hennen

 

Past Performances

  • 2017-07-05, premiere , Theater Thikwa Berlin
  • 2017-07-06, final project , Theater Thikwa Berlin
  • 2017-07-07, final project , Theater Thikwa Berlin
  • 2017-08-08, final project , Theater Thikwa Berlin

Rough Proposals. A plant.

Performance
by MA-CuP-Studiernde: Frida Laux, Patrick Faurot, Tanja Kodlien, Kasia Kania, Filomena Krause, Rene Alejandro Huari Mateus, Fabricio Belzoff, Ana Dublevic, Rahel Barra, Marja Christians, Zrinka Uzbinec, Liza Spivakovska, Ida Daniel and Viktoria Ilioska


Past Performances

  • 2017-07-06, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm
  • 2017-07-07, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm
  • 2017-07-08, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm

singing whales and bodyless sirens

blend is a trio of artists researching the science of communication specifically beyond speech. Therefore they collect material all over the world to broaden the meaning of communication.

blend visits the Mortsel area to focus on whale songs. They will sound out the situation of the whales in the moat of the Mortsel fortress and will record their songs to reflect upon the topics of language and communication.
Their representation will be a multilingual and interdisciplinary translation of whale songs which they will present through performance, sound and video.

https://vimeo.com/231080416

http://www.walpurgis.be/v2/block1/de_feniks.php?lan=en&prodID=515

 

Performance
by blend (Katharina Hauke / Baly Nguyễn / Fanny Sorgo)


Past Performances

  • 2017-09-01, premiere , WALPURGIS deFENIKS, Antwerp, Belgium

Speaker at IFTR Conference 2017 São Paulo

Speaker at International Federation for Theatre Research(IFTR), Conference 2017: Unstable Geographies: Multiple Theatricalities, University of São Paulo | 10-14 July 2017, Theatre Architecture Working Group, Working Group Session 1

 

Lecture
by Adela Bravo Sauras


Past Dates

  • 2017-07-10, Department of Performing Arts of the School of Communication and Arts of University of São Paulo, Av. Prof. Lucio Martins Rodrigues, ECA

Stollen. Work case scenario

Performance
by Ariane Stamatescu, Mara Scheibinger, Maria Huber (ATW), Carlos Franke (ATW)


Past Performances

  • 2017-06-15, premiere , Labortheater der HfbK Dresden
  • 2017-06-16, Labortheater der HfbK Dresden
  • 2017-06-16, Labortheater der HfbK Dresden
  • 2017-06-29, Probebühne 2, Schiffenberger Weg 115, 35394 Gießen
  • 2017-06-29, Probebühne 2, Schiffenberger Weg 115, 35394 Gießen

STRICH IN JEDE RICHTUNG

Exhibition
by Julian Behm / Josephine Garbe / Herbert Graf (ATW)/ Jonas Habrich / Orpheo Winter


Past Performances

  • 2017-03-11, Kunstverein Mönchengladbach MMIII / Rudolf Boetzelen-Silo / Künkelstraße 125 / 41063 Mönchengladbach
  • 2017-03-12, Kunstverein Mönchengladbach MMIII / Rudolf Boetzelen-Silo / Künkelstraße 125 / 41063 Mönchengladbach
  • 2017-03-19, Kunstverein Mönchengladbach MMIII / Rudolf Boetzelen-Silo / Künkelstraße 125 / 41063 Mönchengladbach
  • 2017-03-26, Kunstverein Mönchengladbach MMIII / Rudolf Boetzelen-Silo / Künkelstraße 125 / 41063 Mönchengladbach
  • 2017-04-02, Kunstverein Mönchengladbach MMIII / Rudolf Boetzelen-Silo / Künkelstraße 125 / 41063 Mönchengladbach

2017-04-09, Kunstverein Mönchengladbach MMIII / Rudolf Boetzelen-Silo / Künkelstraße 125 / 41063 Mönchengladbach

SUPERQUADRA

The Performance SUPERQUADRA67 tells the story of the end of architecture.
Oscar N., inhabiting the futuristic building Super-Quadra 67 starts augmenting his surroundings
with personal improvements. Eventually the building starts mutating, while other tenants join in on
the reconstruction, putting their own ideas into the numerous endeavours.
Sets and characters of the live created animated film SUPERQUADRA67 become the research
grounds of a programmer and an animator. Together with puppetry and live-sound, the
performance follows an anarchist utopia in a world of planned cities.


Puppet theater
by Konzept & Umsetzung: Hanke Wilsmann (ATW), Jost von Harleßem (ATW) / Figurenspiel: Caroline Kühner (HFS Ernst Busch) / Musik: Philip Albus (JLU Gießen) / Sounddesign: Rupert Jaud (ATW) / Setbau: Ben Goosens / Mitarbeit Bühne: Friederike Schmidt-Colinet (ATW) / Figurenbau: Jost von Harleßem, Caroline Kühner, Ingo Mewes / Kostüme Figuren: Melchior Hoffmann (ATW)/ Weitere Texte: Dietmar Dath / Produktion: Heidrun Schlegel


Past Performances

  • 2017-08-30, premiere , TREIBSTOFF Theatertage Basel, Kaserne Basel
  • 2017-09-01, TREIBSTOFF Theatertage Basel, Kaserne Basel
  • 2017-09-02, TREIBSTOFF Theatertage Basel, Kaserne Basel
  • 2017-09-21, Festival "Wunder der Prärie" Mannheim, Multihalle
  • 2017-09-22, Festival "Wunder der Prärie" Mannheim, Multihalle
  • 2018-10-24, Mousonturm Frankfurt
  • 2018-10-25, Mousonturm Frankfurt
  • 2018-10-25, Mousonturm Frankfurt
  • 2018-11-15, Fast Forward Festival - Staatsschauspiel Dresden
  • 2018-11-16, Fast Forward Festival - Staatsschauspiel Dresden
  • 2019-06-28, Staatstheater Darmstadt, Kammerspiele
  • 2019-06-29, Staatstheater Darmstadt, Kammerspiele
  • 2019-09-19, Bochum, Zeche 1 - Fritz Wortelmann Preis

The Making Of The Making of Americans nach Gertrude Stein

TBA

 

Scenic Project
by Studierenden des Instituts für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft unter der Leitung von Prof. Heiner Goebbels

 

Past Performances

  • 2017-07-20, Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft

The Planet (later at night)

The Planet (later at night) +++ exhibition by choreographer, artist, writer and ATW guest professor Mårten Spångberg at Kiosk of Neuer Kunstverein Gießen (Ecke Licher Straße, Nahrungsberg, D-35394 Giessen) +++ vernissage January 13, 9.oo PM plus first evening of nightly horror stories read by Mårten +++ January 18, 9.oo PM, secong evening of nightly stories +++ January 20, 7.oo PM, ATW TALKS with Mårten and Bojana Kunst plus third evening of nightly stories +++ all events taking place at Kiosk +++ more info on www.atw-giessen.de

 

Project
by ATW guest professor Mårten Spångberg, organised by Neuer Kunstverein Gießen and ATW

 

Past Performances

  • 2017-01-13, Neuer Kunstverein Gießen
  • 2017-01-18, Neuer Kunstverein Gießen
  • 2017-01-20, Neuer Kunstverein Gießen

Theater & Wissenschaft

The second part of "Theatre & Science" will be presented.

TBA

Further information: https://www.facebook.com/events/1909293282731122/

 

Scenic Project
by Studierenden des Instituts für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft unter der Leitung von Prof. Heiner Goebbels

 

Past Performances

  • 2017-07-21, Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft
  • 2017-10-19, Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft

TRANSIT MONUMENTAL – Droga Niepodległosci

TRANSIT MONUMENTAL – Droga Niepodległości stages an objet trouvé 10 meters in length and 500 kilos in weight as a monument in order to get in touch with presentations and utopias of a European nation. Inspired by the ancient tradition of states presents and with the self-imposed mission of offering this monument to different representative persons and groups in Poland, K.A.U. and Polish director Małgorzata Wdowik travel with it through different regions from Munich to Warsaw.

Free and independent, from pubs to sports fields along the way, staged festivities and ceremonies were celebrated and filmed. Arrived in Warsaw, TRANSIT MONUMENTAL staged a congress about the polish independence day against the backdrop of the monument. People who make an appearance on the independence day were gathered on a theatre stage. They were asked to present their performances of national consciousness and their utopia about the controversial Marsz Niepodległości. Because of the political situation after the elections 2015 in Poland, the situation at the congress as well became more and more controversial.

Seven road-movie-episodes and the live-recording of the final congress in Warsaw tell the story of TRANSIT MONUMENTAL.

 

Film
by K.A.U.&WDOWIK (Konzept, Theater-, Filmregie, Dramaturgie, Text und Realisierung), Romuald Krezel (Performance),Johannes van Bebber (Ton und Musik), Alexander Buers (Technologie), Dino Osmanovic (Kamera) / Nina Wesemann (Kamera/Unterstützung Bildregie), Gudrun Gruber (Cut), AnnaKatharina Brehm (Herstellungsleitung: HFF München), Alexander Foremny (IT-Realisierung), Maciej Thiem (Video Kongress), Emilia Pienicka (Live-Übersetzung Kongress), Emmilou Rößling, Jan Tage-Kühling (Übersetzung)


Past Performances

  • 2017-06-06, studiobühne Köln

Versuch über Handke

Scenic Project
by Student*Innen des Instituts für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft unter der Leitung von Prof. Heiner Goebbels


Past Performances

  • 2017-02-10, Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft

WACH?

Dance Project
by Wera Mahne


Past Performances

  • 2017-11-03, LICHTHOF Theater, Mendelssohnstraße 15 B 22761 Hamburg
  • 2017-11-03, LICHTHOF Theater, Mendelssohnstraße 15 B 22761 Hamburg
  • 2017-11-04, LICHTHOF Theater, Mendelssohnstraße 15 B 22761 Hamburg

Wenn sich im Hier und Jetzt das Konstrukt umkehrt. Vor unserem Auge.

Sharing space. Sharing time. Sharing bodies.
What is really there and what is just out of view?
The growth of what is infinite.
The disappearance of the construct.
The floor dropping out from under your feet
- might be a translation of what you hear and feel.

Are you worried if the invisible starts to move?
Would you go into the unknown if we wouldn’t take you?
Would you come with us if the unknown wouldn’t invite you?

 

Performance
by und mit Anja Sauer, Filomena Krause, Patrick Faurot, Elisabeth Hampe, Tanja Kodein, Antonia Beeskow, Frida Illig und anderen verschwindenden Körpern.


Past Performances

  • 2017-02-23, Probebühne 1 () Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft, Gießen
  • 2017-02-24, Probebühne 1 () Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft, Gießen

what if where I am is what I need

When you can stay, what happens if you stay for far too long? right here*?, we thought. And rehearsed for 15,000 years, no problem. It’s difficult to remember when we stopped feeling our discrete needs and became part of something far more incomplete and symbiotic. And we are not complaining. We’ve been cared for. And we got better at caring for what’s actually here, with us. “what if where I am is what I need” is a shameless exercise in co-dependency and an attempt to make a habitat of the dysfunctional. The only thing we stubbornly keep on forgetting is that right now*, right here* we are in a theatre and the next show is about to start.

 

Performance
by Von Maximilian Brands, Clara Reiner, Christopher Weickenmeier * Mit: Henrike Kohpeiss, Hanna Steinmair * Kostüm: Joana Tischkau * Bühne: David Reiber Otalora * Licht: Friedrich Schmidt * Solo-Choreographer: Else Tunemyr

 

Past Performances

  • 2017-06-13, premiere , Künstlerhaus Mousonturm
  • 2017-06-14, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm
  • 2017-06-14, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm

Wo der Heimat Häuser stehn. Ein Grundstück

Production
by Laura Eggert, Elisabeth Krefta, Kathi Sendfeld, mit: Gesa Bering, Falko Schnelle


Past Performances

  • 2017-01-18, final project , taT-studiobühne, Stadttheater Gießen
  • 2017-01-19, final project , taT-studiobühne, Stadttheater Gießen

Working title (the loneliest whale in the world for 8 hours in HD)

More important than anything else was to find a way to live. It was under this thought that we started moving. When we returned to the movements months later we saw withdrawal where we had once seen proposition. The body that had moved before now seemed to belong so intensely to this former state of being that when we immersed ourselves in the exact same positions, it felt like skin moving without intention. Henrike wrote: It might turn out that this attempt is pretty much connected to the desire to disappear (from politics, practical life, the body) but it could also allow a perception of the present, that, due to its softness, is able to float through layers that would otherwise be blocking.
Else Tunemyr uses movement to liberate bodies from their intentionality. To do this, she (ab)uses practices that follow the functions of the body, its organs or its heartbeat, and transforms them into a simple choreographic method. A gap appears between the dancer and her movement. Embodiment and alienation of the same movement are suddenly indistinguishable.

http://www.mousonturm.de/web/en/veranstaltung/no-title-else-tunemyr

 

Dance Project
by und mit: Catalina Insignares, Henrike Kohpeiß, Carolina Mendonça, Carina Premer, Else Tunemyr, Christopher Weickenmeier, Zuzana Zabkova


Past Performances

  • 2017-02-18, premiere , Künstlerhaus Mousonturm | Studio 1 | Frankfurt am Main
  • 2017-02-19, final project , Künstlerhaus Mousonturm | Studio 1 | Frankfurt am Main

و WOW

Aktuelle Termine:
Fr 17.11.2017, 20:00 / HAU3 Premiere
Sa 18.11.2017, 19:00 / HAU3
So 19.11.2017, 17:00 / HAU3 im Anschluss Artist Talk
Mo 20.11.2017, 20:00 / HAU3

Choreografie, Performance: Nuray Demir, Tümay Kılınçel
Dramaturgie: Arnita Jaunsubrēna
Theoretische Mitarbeit: Natalie Bayer
Assistenz: Aiko Takahashi
Kostümbild: Nadine Bakota
Bühnenbild: Şenol Şentürk
Komposition, Live Musik: Nguyễn Baly
Lichtdesign: Lea Schneidermann
Produktionsleitung: Eva Lämmerzahl

 

Performance
by Nuray Demir und Tümay Kılınçel


Past Performances

  • 2017-11-17, Hebbel am Ufer HAU 3
  • 2017-11-18, Hebbel am Ufer HAU 3
  • 2017-11-19, Hebbel am Ufer HAU 3
  • 2017-11-20, Hebbel am Ufer HAU 3

WOW

Things break away from their inscribed biographies. Music separates itself from the musical world map attributed to it. Bodies and thoughts come into movement in a kaleidoscopic space. In their dance, Demir and Kılınçel operate with items that have a specific meaning for different communities in Germany.
“و WOW” is an exciting exclamation, inviting us to choreographies of transformation.

Choreography, performance: Nuray Demir, Tümay Kılınçel
Dramaturgy: Arnita Jaunsubrēna
Theoretical collaboration: Natalie Bayer
Assistance: Aiko Takahashi
Costume design: Nadine Bakota
Stage design: Şenol Şentürk
Composition, live music: Nguyễn Baly
Lightning design: Lea Schneidermann
Production manager: Eva Lämmerzahl

 

Performance
by Nuray Demir und Tümay Kılınçel


Past Performances

  • 2017-11-17, premiere , HAU3 Berlin
  • 2
  • 017-11-18, HAU3 Berlin
  • 2017-11-19, HAU3 Berlin
  • 2017-11-20, HAU3 Berlin