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2018

(M)ein Stück Dorf

 

www.facebook.com/buergerbuehnewipfeld

 

Production
by Corinna Huber (Dramaturgie), Ralf Schramm (Bühne), Max Sauer (Inszenierung) mit Bürger_innen aus Wipfeld | Ein Projekt der Bürgerbühne Wipfeld 


Past Performances

  • 2018-06-09, premiere , Marktplatz Wipfeld

"Down where the Trees grow together"

Mit freundlicher Unterstützung der Stadt Gießen, Stadt Frankfurt, HTA, Mousonturm.Im Rahmen des Tanzfestival Rhein-Main.

 

Performance
by Künstlerische Leitung: Kristin Gerwien. Performance: Philip Albus, Antonia Beeskow, Kristin Gerwien, Clara Reiner, Sara Trawöger. DJ: OneMoe, Licht: Lea König, Mitarbeit Licht: Jakob Boeckh, Maria Huber. Mitarbeit Bühnenbild: Till Korfhage, Sara Trawöger, Tontechnisches Konzept: Jörn Nettingsmeier. Inhaltliche Begleitung / Dramaturgie: Hanna Steinmair. Produktionsleitung: Martin Bien. Bildmotiv: Luis August Krawen 

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-11-10, premiere , Frankfurt LAB, Halle 2
  • 2018-11-13, Frankfurt LAB, Halle 2
  • 2018-11-14, Frankfurt LAB, Halle 2

7am

 

Lecture
by Prof. Heiner Goebbels

 

Past Dates

  • 2018-04-10, Special Occasion , Biologischer Hörsaal (Raum 232), Hauptgebäude der JLU, Ludwigstr. 23, 35390 Gießen

A B S A T Z

From the outside, A B S A T Z 
is a box. It invites you to discover its monolithic architecture. Inside, there is intimate quiet solitude. If you follow the pull of light, you can meet the protagonist from Kafka's story „The Cares of a Housefather", the word O D R A D E K. It scurries through the picture, rustles in the wall, tells its story and demands a turnaround at the end. The whole thing looks senseless enough, but in its own way perfectly finished.

walk-in installation for one person // in german // duration per visitor: 10 minutes

construction: Simon Oehrle // technicians: Florian Dobener, Asja Mahgoub

 

HTA Tag
by äöü (Bechtold, Karl) 

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-10-20, HTA Tag | Frankfurt LAB

Acht Jahre

Performance
by Kozept, Regie, Performance, Text: Dorn ° Bering (Stephan Dorn und Gesa Bering) | Ausstattung: Kathi Sendfeld 


Past Performances

  • 2018-07-04, Belluard Bollwerk Festival | Fribourg (Schweiz)
  • 2018-07-05, Belluard Bollwerk Festival | Fribourg (Schweiz)

Ankommen, um nicht zu bleiben (Feature)

Audio Play
by Matthias Jochmann

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-06-06, premiere , Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg

ATW TALKS EDITION NO. 20

ATW TALKS
WED 7/3/2018
6:00 PM
A 118

ALICE CHAUCHAT, VALENTINA DESIDERI, AND GEORG DÖCKER
TALK ABOUT THE PRACTICE OF PRACTICE

Roughly since the mid-2000s, French choreographer Alice Chauchat and her Italian colleague Valentina Desideri, along with other practitioners such as Jennifer Lacey or Myriam Lefkowitz, have been engaging in the creation and sharing of performative practices. Being organised in the form of a loose, open network, they have been using the frameworks of workshops, residencies, and similar formats in order to develop a mode of performative exploration that is no longer centred around the idea of performance as in presenting an event to an audience. Instead, their practices aim at the facilitation of an aesthetic, ethical, or socio-political experience based on two or more participants unfolding mostly task-based actions in direct exchange with each other.

Although their approaches are situated at the margins of the contemporary performing arts, they have proven to be influential for a younger generation of graduating students who, these days, equally seem to question the very value and purpose of performance making. In a conversation with ATW member of staff Georg Döcker, Alice and Valentina will discuss the beginnings of their working with practices as well as their opinions on the further potential of practice-based work.

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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 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.

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ATW TALKS, EDITION NO. 20, Wednesday, 7/3/2018, 6:00 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
More about the ATW TALKS on WWW.ATW-GIESSEN.DE

 

Lecture
by ATW TALKS 

 

Past Performances

  • 7.3.2018, A 118 

ATW TALKS EDITION NO. 21 WITH ALEXANDRA BAUDELOT AND BERNHARD SIEBERT

ATW TALKS
EDITION NO. 21
WITH ALEXANDRA BAUDELOT AND BERNHARD SIEBERT
MAY 09, 7.00 PM
OLD UNIVERSITY LIBRARY; ROOM AUB 4
BISMARCKSTRASSE 37, 35390 GIESSEN

 

“MAKING INSTITUTIONS POROUS” : CONDITIONS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF ART AND THE ART OF PRODUCING — Since 2013, Alexandra Baudelot, together with her colleagues Dora García and Mathilde Villeneuve, is co-director of Les Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers, an arts centre located in the banlieues of the north of Paris—an industrial workers melting pot and immigration hub. This exceptional place for art and research, projects and theory welcomes, as the team puts it, artistic practices rather than artistic disciplines. And more importantly, at les Labos, art is confronted with what happens outside of the artistic context, relating artistic practice to the neighbourhood and to the people who live in Aubervilliers.

In EDITION NO. 21 of the ATW TALKS, Alexandra Baudelot will discuss les Labos’ approach to the production of art and the art of producing with ATW member of staf Bernhard Siebert. The talk will present the institution in Aubervilliers including some of the artistic projects that have been developed at the location in the last years. Moreover, the discussion will aim for more general questions, touching on the possibilities and limits of site-specifcity, on the expectations of artists, producers, and audiences in this context, and on ideal working and co-working conditions for artistic production.

— ATW TALKS EDITION NO. 21 : Wednesday, 9/5/2018 7.00 PM : Institut fuer Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft Room AUB3 Bismarckstr. 37 D- 35390 Giessen : Concept and organisation Georg Doecker : Moderation ATW members of staff 

 

 

Lecture
by ATW TALKS 


Past Dates

  • 2018-05-09, AUB 4, Bismarckstraße 37, 35390 Gießen

ATW TALKS EDITION NO. 22

ATW TALKS
EDITION NO. 22
WITH DANIEL BLANGA-GUBBAY
AND BOJANA KUNST

 

—THE WHITE HOLE AND OTHER STORIES. ALEPPO, A PLATTFORM FOR THE ARTISTIC AND THEORETICAL ENGAGEMENT WITH PERFORMANCE AND POLITICS—

 

Aleppo is not only the name of a city in Northern Syria, but also that of an independent, Brussels-based performing arts project founded by researcher and curator Daniel Blanga Gubbay. Every season, Aleppo opens a free and public program of artistic interventions, performances, lectures, screenings, and reading groups emerging from a specific question with political relevance. This particular format was inspired by the science-fiction astronomic model of the “white hole,” which, similar to the black hole, denotes a fracture of space, but as opposed to the black hole, the white hole releases energy in a continuous manner instead of absorbing it. The white hole unleashes a stream of unsolved questions from a specific point, around which a series of people might gather.

Starting from this conceptual framework of Aleppo, Daniel Blanga Gubbay will discuss the various activities of Aleppo as well as questions about the institution, the notions of dependency, and time. What are the institutional and temporal preconditions for coming together in order to engage, metaphorically speaking, in the production of white holes? The conversation will be chaired by ATW professor Bojana Kunst.

 

— ATW TALKS EDITION NO. 22 : Wednesday, 13/6/2018 7.00 PM : Institut fuer Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft : Room AUB4 Bismarckstr. 37 D-35390 Giessen : Concept and organisation Georg Doecker : Moderation ATW members of staff :

 

Lecture
by ATW TALKS 


Past Dates

  • 2018-06-13, ATW

Autobiography of Blue

Performance
by Choreographie, Text und Performance: Fabrício Belzoff
Dramaturgie: Florence Ruckstuhl, Leander Ripchinsky
Kostüm und Objekte: Johanne Schröder
Ton: Antonia Alessia Virginia Beeskow
Licht: Jost von Harleßem
Choreograpische An­sprech­part­ne­rin: Zrinka Uzbinec

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-12-12, premiere , taT-studiobühne des Stadttheater Gießen
  • 2018-12-13, final project , taT-studiobühne des Stadttheater Gießen

 

AUTOUR - Reise um den Mond

Production
by Inszenierung, Text, Bühne: Jost von Harleßem (ATW) | Musikalische Leitung: Christian Keul | Kostüme, Bühne: Katharina Sendfeld (ATW) | Dramaturgie: Björn Mehlig |Assistenz: Léon Haase (ATW) | mit: Ewa Rataj, Pascal Thomas, Lotta Hackbeil, Sebastian Songin | Schlagzeug: Joe Bonica | Posaune: Andreas Jamin

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-04-12, final project , taT-studiobühne, Stadttheater Gießen
  • 2018-04-21, final project , taT-studiobühne, Stadttheater Gießen
  • 2018-04-21, taT-studiobühne, Stadttheater Gießen
  • 2018-05-13, final project , taT-studiobühne, Stadttheater Gießen
  • 2018-05-25, final project , taT-studiobühne, Stadttheater Gießen
  • 2018-06-07, final project , taT-studiobühne, Stadttheater Gießen
  • 2018-06-21, final project , taT-studiobühne, Stadttheater Gießen

Choreographing Text - Speaking Dance - Moving Sounds

 

Scenic Project
by Teilnehmer*innen des szenischen Projekts "Choreographing Text - Speaking Dance - Moving Sounds" bei Martina Ruhsam 

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-04-18, tba

Correspondence #1 on the importance of time and place, the territory

A lecture-performance fruit of the collaboration between Li Lorian (Jerusalem) and Marc Villanueva Mir (Barcelona). What starts as a lecture on spatial conceptualization of utopian and dystopian thinking, transforms into a travel through personal archives, political statements, accents, screenshots, bookmarks, subtitles and voice-overs.
Correspondence #1 aims to draw a visual and conceptual journey between Jerusalem, Barcelona and Gießen; a collage of memories, observations and representations of the multiple and complex realities we inhabit and that at the same time inhabit us.
Using the performative power and discourse that both utopia and dystopia nowadays entail, we explore interferences between actual and ideal, politics and literature, reality and fiction, spaces and places, in order to revisit the cities and landscapes we come from and our concerns with them, and to question the role they play in constituting our sense of home and notion of belonging. 
By and with Li Lorian & Marc Villanueva Mir
Dramaturgy Ia Tanskanen
With the support of Festival der jungen Talente, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Gießener Hochschulgesellschaft and Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft

http://2018.festivaljungertalente.de/

 

Performance
by Li Lorian & Marc Villanueva Mir 

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-05-04, premiere , Kunstverein Frankfurt
  • 2018-05-05, Kunstverein Frankfurt

DAS STEREO PROJEKT Zum aktuellen Stand des Forschungsprojektes und zu den praktischen Grundlagen des Stereosehens

 

Performance
by Helen Brecht und Jacob Bussmann unterstützt von: Janina Arendt, Kristin Gerwien, Tanja Kodlin, Maxi Zahn 

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-12-20, ArtLab, Max-Planck-Institut für empirische Ästhetik Frankfurt

Correspondence #1 on the Importance of Time and Place, the Territory

 

Correspondence #1 aims to draw a visual and conceptual journey between Jerusalem, Barcelona and Gießen; a collage of memories, observations and representations of the multiple and complex realities we inhabit and that at the same time inhabit us. Using the performative power and discourse that both utopia and dystopia nowadays entail, we explore interferences between actual and ideal, politics and literature, reality and fiction, spaces and places, in order to revisit the cities and landscapes we come from and our concerns with them, and to question the role they play in constituting our sense of home and notion of belonging. By and with Li Lorian & Marc Villanueva Mir Dramaturgy Ia Tanskanen With the support of Festival der jungen Talente, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Gießener Hochschulgesellschaft and Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft

 

Performance
by Li Lorian & Marc Villanueva Mir 

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-10-20, HTA Tag, Frankfurt Lab

Der Anti-Storch

Performance
by Dorn ° Bering

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-05-28, premiere , Theater Drachengasse | Wien
  • 2018-05-29, Theater Drachengasse | Wien
  • 2018-05-30, Theater Drachengasse | Wien
  • 2018-05-31, Theater Drachengasse | Wien
  • 2018-06-01, Theater Drachengasse | Wien
  • 2018-06-02, Theater Drachengasse | Wien
  • 2018-06-05, Theater Drachengasse | Wien
  • 2018-06-06, Theater Drachengasse | Wien
  • 2018-06-07, Theater Drachengasse | Wien
  • 2018-06-08, Theater Drachengasse | Wien
  • 2018-06-09, Theater Drachengasse | Wien
  • 2018-06-12, Theater Drachengasse | Wien
  • 2018-06-13, Theater Drachengasse | Wien
  • 2018-06-14, Theater Drachengasse | Wien
  • 2018-06-15, Theater Drachengasse | Wien
  • 2018-06-16, Theater Drachengasse | Wien
  • 2018-07-04, Belluard Bollwerk Festival | Fribourg (Schweiz)
  • 2018-07-05, Belluard Bollwerk Festival | Fribourg (Schweiz)

Der Prolog Akt 2

Performance
by Harzer/Kleebaur 


Past Performances

  • 2018-12-07, TNT, Theater neben dem Turm, german stage service, Marburg, Afföllerwiesen 3a

Desiring Powerlessness and Radical Change

Desiring Powerlessness and Radical Change
Technologies of Power, Affect, and Judgement in the Dispositifs of Art and Theatre.

International Conference organised by the DFG-funded Research Project "Theatre as Dispositif", Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft, Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen

Prof. Dr. Gerald Siegmund, Dr. Lorenz Aggermann, Georg Döcker, M.A.

April 12-14, 2018, Giessen, Germany

 

Contact: georg.doecker@theater.uni-giessen.de / lorenz.aggermann@theater.uni-giessen.de

No registration required

Location: Margarete-Bieber-Saal, Ludwigstr. 34, 35390 Giessen

 

Full programme available on https://www.atw-giessen.de/en/research/conferences-symposia/desiring-powerlessness

 

Lecture
by Prof. Dr. Gerald Siegmund, Dr. Lorenz Aggermann, Georg Döcker, M.A. 

 

Past Dates

  • 2018-04-12, Special Occasion , Margarete-Bieber-Saal
  • 2018-04-13, Special Occasion , Margarete-Bieber-Saal
  • 2018-04-14, Special Occasion , Margarete-Bieber-Saal

Die Räuber

Production
by Laurenz Raschke
Kajetan Skurski


studiobeisel.com

Ketzerbach 42 Marburg


Past Performances

  • 2018-10-04, Studio Beisel Ketzerbach 42 Marburg studiobeisel.com

Die Vermittlungsmaschine schlägt zu (II)

Performance
by Janna Pinsker und Wicki Bernhardt 


Past Performances

  • 2018-05-08, Mousonturm, im Anschluss an ROOMS von HELLA LUX
  • 2018-05-08, Mousonturm, im Anschluss an Apollon von Florentina Holzinger
  • 2018-05-09, Mousonturm, im Anschluss an ROOMS von HELLA LUX
  • 2018-05-11, Bockenheimer Depot, im Anschluss an Eislermaterial von Heiner Goebbels, Ensemble Modern, Josef Bierbichler
  • 2018-05-18, Bockenheimer Depot, im Anschluss an Out of Order von Forced Entertainment

Die Vermittlungsmaschine schlägt zu (III)

Performance
by Janna Pinsker und Wicki Bernhardt 

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-06-09, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Frankfurt am Main, im Anschluss an HAMLET von Boris Nikitin
  • 2018-06-10, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Frankfurt am Main, im Anschluss an LIEBE von Leander Ripchinsky
  • 2018-06-22, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Frankfurt am Main, im Anschluss an EADWEARD'S EAR von Penelope Wehrli
  • 2018-06-23, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Frankfurt am Main, im Anschluss an EADWEARD'S EAR von Penelope Wehrli

Die Verwandlung nach einer Novelle von Franz Kafka

Production
by Gesa Bering (ATW), Benedikt Grubel (ATW), Michael Kaiser, Maren Wiese (Alumna ATW) | Bühne und Kostüme: Nina Hofmann | eine Produktion des Theaters Freiburg 


Past Performances

  • 2018-04-08, Theater Freiburg | Werkraum
  • 2018-04-21, Theater Freiburg | Werkraum
  • 2018-04-22, Theater Freiburg | Werkraum
  • 2018-05-10, Theater Freiburg | Werkraum
  • 2018-05-12, Theater Freiburg | Werkraum
  • 2018-06-08, Theater Freiburg | Werkraum
  • 2018-06-10, Theater Freiburg | Werkraum
  • 2018-06-23, Theater Freiburg | Werkraum
  • 2018-06-24, Theater Freiburg | Werkraum

Die Wiederentdeckung der Granteloper

Performance
by FUX / mit: Léonard Bertholet, Tino Kühn, Hannah Müller / Musik: Paul Peuker, Nils Weishaupt / Bühne: Annatina Huwiler / Kostüme: Katharina Sendfeld / Licht & Video: Jost von Harleßem / Sounddesign: Rupert Jaud, Samuel Schwenk / Dramaturgie: Michaela Stolte / Produktionsleitung: Jasna Witkoski 

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-01-10, premiere , HAU Hebbel am Ufer Berlin
  • 2018-01-11, HAU Hebbel am Ufer Berlin
  • 2018-01-12, HAU Hebbel am Ufer Berlin
  • 2018-01-13, HAU Hebbel am Ufer Berlin
  • 2018-02-07, Münchner Kammerspiele
  • 2018-02-08, Münchner Kammerspiele
  • 2018-02-15, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt
  • 2018-02-16, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt
  • 2018-02-17, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt
  • 2018-05-09, Kaserne Basel
  • 2018-05-10, Kaserne Basel
  • 2018-05-31, Theater Rampe Stuttgart
  • 2018-06-01, Theater Rampe Stuttgart
  • 2018-06-02, Theater Rampe Stuttgart
  • 2018-11-22, Schauspielhaus Wien
  • 2018-11-23, Schauspielhaus Wien

Dis/Orientation

"I might as well be in someone elses's burrow, I thought, and its owner is now digging towards me." (F. Kafka: The Burrow)

To every situation we find ourselves in, the quest for orientation is our primary conscious or subconscious response, putting space, time and subjectivity in order. Orientation means to have an overview; to define inside and outside, center and margins, subject and object;to frame situations and anticipate changes; to bear responsibility and make decisions. Only those who orientate themselves can act as sovereign beings, shape their relations to the world and claim ownership. But orientation is fragile, capricious, and deceptive – it can be lost, controversial, or manipulated. All the routines, signposts and technical devices thathelp us to stay on track cannot prevent the existential experience of lost orientation. In fact, disorientation is always part of the orientation game – as orientation means to be above things: to abstract from a situation, impose structures on it and rule out all differing potentials. The loss of orientation, therefore, can also be a regain of connection to the concrete experience of our senses.In this collaborative workshop, we want to stimulate the interplay of orientation and disorientation by aesthetic means: Which positions, perspectives and movements is orientation dependent on – and how could they be shifted, subverted, or blocked? Can dis/orientation open up the viewer's experience to new, unforeseen spaces – and which role does imagination or narration play in that? We want to start from examinations of concrete spatial settings in theater, visual arts and film, as well as from descriptions of im/possible spaces in literature and our own imaginations. Reflecting the fixpoints for dis/orientation they offer and/or eliminate, participants will create and combine different spatial­temporal situations in the LOODS building; students from all disciplines are asked to collaborate and to continue their developments independently for a public presentation in late June.

Gregor Glogowski, Alisa Hecke and Benjamin Hoesch came together at the Institute for Applied Theatre Studies in Giessen, Germany where overlapping scientific and artistic reasearch motivated their project­based work. In their work they combine elements of Performance, Sound­Art and space­based Installation. Their first work FLIMMERSKOTOMtoured in Germany and internationally. Together they curated and organized the DISKURS­ Festival on Spatial Arts 2015 in Giessen.

 

Scenic Project
by Glogowski/Hecke/Hoesch 

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-06-26, University for the Arts Utrecht, Netherlands.
  • 2018-06-27, University of the Arts Utrecht, Netherlands.

Diskurs 2018 - NO SERVICE

Diskurs is happening 12th-19th of october in Giessen

 

What better way to practice solidarity; waking up for each other and orientating ourselves in the morning light towards a landscape that positions us out of the centre of our own universes. (Erin Hill)

 

www.diskursfestival.de

Festival
by Diskurs Team / external artists 

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-10-13, Special Occasion , tba
  • 2018-10-14, Special Occasion , tba
  • 2018-10-15, Special Occasion , tba
  • 2018-10-16, Special Occasion , tba
  • 2018-10-17, Special Occasion , tba
  • 2018-10-18, Special Occasion , tba
  • 2018-10-19, Special Occasion , tba
  • 2018-10-19, Special Occasion , tba

Down where the Trees grow together

Performance
by Künstlerische Leitung: Kristin Gerwien
Musikalische Produktion: Philip Albus
Performance: Antonia Beeskow, Kristin Gerwien, Sara Trawöger
DJ: Moritz Junkermann
Licht: Lea König
Tontechnisches Konzept: Jörn Nettingsmeier
Raum: Kristin Gerwien, Sara Trawöger
Bühnenbau: Till Korfhage
Inhaltliche Begleitung: Hanna Steinmair
Produktion: Martin Bien
Grafik: Luis Krawen

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-06-27, final project , Probebühne 2 | Schiffenberger Weg 115

El candidato/ Der Kandidat

1969. In the midst of the very singular political situation that followed May 1968, the independent bookshop and publisher L’Impensé Radical, specialised in rare strategy games, opens in Paris (Rue de Médicis 1). One of its particular aims: deploy the strategy games as a model to decipher the mechanisms of political power and practices of domination.

Fity years after the demonstrations and occupations of May 1968, El Candidato recovers one of the board games published by L’Impensé, and invites you to a performative game night for eight players, which is held in a private flat. El Candidato creates a playful situation around a table, in order to think collectively of what “politics” currently may mean, and specially of what “political” actually means.

By and with: Marc Villanueva Mir
Sound design: Gerard Valverde Ros
Production: Viola Sprengel

Coproduction of Festival TNT - Terrassa Noves Tendències, with the support of Giessener Hochschulgesellschaft and Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft an der JLU

 

Performance
by Marc Villanueva Mir 

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-09-28, premiere , Festival TNT Terrassa (Spanien)
  • 2018-09-28, Festival TNT Terrassa (Spanien)
  • 2018-09-28, Festival TNT Terrassa (Spanien)
  • 2018-09-29, Festival TNT Terrassa (Spanien)
  • 2018-09-29, Festival TNT Terrassa (Spanien)
  • 2018-09-29, Festival TNT Terrassa (Spanien)
  • 2018-09-30, Festival TNT Terrassa (Spanien)
  • 2018-09-30, Festival TNT Terrassa (Spanien)
  • 2019-01-25, Teatre Lliure, Barcelona
  • 2019-01-25, Teatre Lliure, Barcelona
  • 2019-01-25, Teatre Lliure (Barcelona)
  • 2019-08-09, FETAL Festival de Teatro Alternativo, Urones de Castroponce, Spanien
  • 2019-08-09, FETAL Festival de Teatro Alternativo, Urones de Castroponce, Spanien
  • 2019-08-10, FETAL Festival de Teatro Alternativo, Urones de Castroponce, Spanien
  • 2019-08-10, FETAL Festival de Teatro Alternativo, Urones de Castroponce, Spanien
  • 2019-08-11, FETAL Festival de Teatro Alternativo, Urones de Castroponce, Spanien
  • 2019-08-11, FETAL Festival de Teatro Alternativo, Urones de Castroponce, Spanien
  • 2019-10-25, Festival Theater der Dinge, Schaubude, Berlin
  • 2019-10-25, Festival Theater der Dinge, Schaubude, Berlin
  • 2019-10-26, Festival Theater der Dinge, Schaubude, Berlin
  • 2019-10-26, Festival Theater der Dinge, Schaubude, Berlin
  • 2019-10-27, Festival Theater der Dinge, Schaubude, Berlin
  • 2019-10-27, Festival Theater der Dinge, Schaubude, Berlin
  • 2020-01-24, Teatre Lliure, Barcelona
  • 2020-01-24, Teatre Lliure, Barcelona

Exodus - lecture-performance for divided audience

From Europe of WWII, through Palestine of 1948, to Syria of 2011, the desert to the Promised Land and a science fictional oasis. A journey with a cardboard suitcase navigating the Mediterranean Sea and Skype communication. Out of sight, out mind. Measuring the distance between Germany and Jerusalem with my grandmother, Shoshana, as my compass.

 

Performance
by Concept and Performance: Li Lorian; Artistic Guidance: Moran Duvshani; Design: Mai Aylon; Production: Rony Ohad / Achinoam Mendelson; On-line in Jerusalem: Yannay Matarasso / Doron Gallia / Aharon Manor; Developed at Pandora Collective and Akademie Schloss Solitude, supported by Mifal Hapais, The Yehoshua Rabinovich Foundation for the Arts and the Jerusalem Fund 

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-05-10, the Berliner Festspiele - Theatertreffen Stückemarkt, Berlin

Festival der jungen Talente

Das alle zwei Jahre stattfindende Festival der jungen Talente (FDJT) (4. bis 6. Mai 2018) geht in die 9. Runde. Gastgeber ist wie 2016 der Frankfurter Kunstverein, Markt 44, 60311 Frankfurt am Main.

Das FDJT wurde im Jahr 2000 vom Verein für Kunstförderung Rhein-Main e.V. gegründet und bildet eine Kooperation zwischen den Institutionen: HfG Offenbach, HfMDK Frankfurt, Hessische Theaterakademie, Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft an der Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen, Städelschule Frankfurt sowie den Studiengängen Dramaturgie und Curatorial Studies an der Goethe Universität Frankfurt. Die Kunsthochschule Mainz nimmt in diesem Jahr zum ersten Mal am Festival teil.

Im Fokus stehen hochschulübergreifende Projekte, die interdisziplinär, experimentell oder performativ sind. Ziel ist es, die Zusammenarbeit der Studierenden verschiedener gestalterischer Fachrichtungen der regionalen Hochschulen zu fördern und die Entstehung neuer experimenteller Arbeiten zu unterstützen.

 

Performance
by http://2018.festivaljungertalente.de


Past Performances

  • 2018-05-03, Frankfurter Kunstverein
  • 2018-05-04, Frankfurter Kunstverein
  • 2018-05-06, Frankfurter Kunstverein

FIASKO (UA)

Production
by K.A.U.&Wdowik Musikalische Leitung: Johannes Harneit Idee, Text, Regie: Philipp Bergmann, Thea Reifler, Matthias Schönijahn, Małgorzata Wdowik Komposition: Wojtek Blecharz Dramaturgie: Matthias Mohr Bühne, Kostüm: Rahel Kesselring Video, Licht: René Liebert Produktionsleitung: Theresa Willeke Mit dem Opernchor und Orchester des Staatstheaters Darmstadt. Mitwirkende Film: Regie: Philipp Bergmann, Thea Reifler, Matthias Schönijahn, Małgorzata Wdowik Schauspiel: Magdalena Koleśnik Kamera: Dino Osmanovic Kameraassistenz: Benjamin Schmid Produktionsleitung: Silvia Dudek Mit lokalen Traditionsvereinen aus Deutschland und Polen. 

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-03-29, Großes Haus, Staatstheater Darmstadt
  • 2018-04-13, Großes Haus, Staatstheater Darmstadt
  • 2018-05-10, Großes Haus, Staatstheater Darmstadt

Fluch der Akribik

Performance
by ScriptedReality & Pirat*innen der Schwarzen Null http://www.scriptedreality.net


Past Performances

  • 2018-12-14, final project , Mousonturm Frankfurt
  • 2018-12-15, final project , Mousonturm Frankfurt
  • 2018-12-16, final project , Mousonturm Frankfurt

Folding Affairs

 

The performance installation „Folding Affairs“ is an engagement with the process of folding and unfolding, blurring the line between outside and inside. It affects all material: body, plastic, brain, glass, water... It is an intense material research into the visual aspect of „The Fold“, a physical commitment as well as a challenge to a philosophical understanding of the Deleuzian definition of „The Fold“. Here „the world is interpreted as a body of infinite folds and surfaces that twist and
weave through compressed time and space“. The subject is seen in a state of constant becoming aiming towards diversity and it is rather an opening than a closure, open-ended and inexhaustive.
„Folding Affairs“ is presented in the format of an open studio that can be entered any time. It embraces the in-between and continously oscillates between establishing the visual and revealing the intimicy of a work process.

By and with: Mara Kirchberg
Coproduction of Performance Garten 6 / watch us work, with the support of Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft an der JLU

 

Performance
by Mara Kirchberg 

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-10-19, Performance Garten, Kunsthaus Rhenania (Köln)
  • 2018-10-19, premiere , Performance Garten, Kunsthaus Rhenania (Köln)
  • 2018-10-20, Performance Garten, Kunsthaus Rhenania (Köln)

forever apocalyptic

 

Production
by die apokalyptischen tänzerinnen 


Past Performances

  • 2018-04-06, Stadtbibliothek Stuttgart
  • 2018-04-09, Stadtbibliothek Stuttgart
  • 2018-04-10, Stadtbibliothek Stuttgart
  • 2018-04-11, Stadtbibliothek Stuttgart

FRANZ KAFKA: BEIM BAU DER CHINESISCHEN MAUER

 

performances, video und installations, Lesungen, u.a. 
about 30 works by students from a scenic project with Prof. Heiner Goebbels

 

Scenic Project
by Studierenden des szenischen Projekts FRANZ KAFKA: BEIM BAU DER CHINESISCHEN MAUER bei Prof. Heiner Goebbels

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-02-07, in den Räumen des Instituts
  • 2018-02-08, in den Räumen des Instituts

From Station To Station

Performance
by The Kill Joys (Olivia Hyunsin Kim, Magda Drozd und co.) 

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-09-21, IMPLANTIEREN FESTIVAL, Treffpunkt Festivalzentrum, François-Mitterrand-Platz 60329 Frankfurt
  • 2018-09-22, IMPLANTIEREN FESTIVAL, Treffpunkt Festivalzentrum, François-Mitterrand-Platz 60329 Frankfurt
  • 2018-09-23, IMPLANTIEREN FESTIVAL, Treffpunkt Festivalzentrum, François-Mitterrand-Platz 60329 Frankfurt

From Thin Air

A warm invitation: 

From Thin Air

The performance From Thin Air is an invitation for a collective listening to music. 10 visitors gather to have a drink, to have a word or another and to install themselves finally in a setting, which focuses on the experience of hearing. Here, soundbodies and composition coming from two speakers enter into an exchange with the individual experience of hearing, which takes place in a common space of sound. The collective hearing develops thus to be a communication, which realizes as an experience towards a sensitization of a collective listening. 

Or: You just have some good time. 

+
An album, 10 chairs, a bar, two speakers, a view and one and a half shared hours.

To hear something. To hear someone hear something. To hear some hear something. To hear some.
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The registration via Doodle is necessary to coordinate the limited amount of seats. The slot is completed with 10 participants. Please don’t register afterwards. Please register with your full 

I’m happy about everyone who takes part!

Sincerely,
Johannes van Bebber

// funded by: Institute for Applied Theatre Studies, Hessian Theatre Academy (as of 15.06.2018)

 

Performance
by Konzept, Musik, Einrichtung: Johannes van Bebber Performance: Niels Wehr Produktionsleitung: Martin Bien 

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-06-30, final project , Probebühnchen, Schiffenberger Weg 115
  • 2018-06-30, final project , Probebühnchen, Schiffenberger Weg 115
  • 2018-06-30, final project , Probebühnchen, Schiffenberger Weg 115
  • 2018-06-30, final project , Probebühnchen, Schiffenberger Weg 115

From Thin Air // Gastspiel

A warm invitation: 

From Thin Air

The performance From Thin Air is an invitation for a collective listening to music. 7 visitors gather to have a drink, to have a word or another and to install themselves finally in a setting, which focuses on the experience of hearing. Here, soundbodies and composition coming from two speakers enter into an exchange with the individual experience of hearing, which takes place in a common space of sound. The collective hearing develops thus to be a communication, which realizes as an experience towards a sensitization of a collective listening. 

Or: You just have some good time. 

+
An album, 7 chairs, a bar, two speakers, a view and one and a half shared hours.

To hear something. To hear someone hear something. To hear some hear something. To hear some.
+

The registration via Doodle is necessary to coordinate the limited amount of seats. The slot is completed with 7 participants. Please don’t register afterwards. Please register with your full name or at least an abbreviated name and a full first name.

https://doodle.com/poll/w2wzpivyni2ut4e4

I’m happy about everyone who takes part!

Sincerely,
Johannes van Bebber

/ Premiere production funded by: Institute for Applied Theatre Studies, Hessian Theatre Academy (as of 15.06.2018)

// Thanks for the generous support to nsynk Gesellschaft für Kunst und Technik and Dr. Färber Acoustics GmbH & Co. KG

 

Performance
by Konzept, Musik, Einrichtung: Johannes van Bebber Performance: Niels Wehr Produktionsleitung: Martin Bien 

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-07-08, Special Occasion , nsynk Gesellschaft für Kunst und Technik mbH | Mainzer Landstraße 351, 60326 Frankfurt am Main
  • 2018-07-08, Special Occasion , nsynk Gesellschaft für Kunst und Technik mbH | Mainzer Landstraße 351, 60326 Frankfurt am Main
  • 2018-07-08, Special Occasion , nsynk Gesellschaft für Kunst und Technik mbH | Mainzer Landstraße 351, 60326 Frankfurt am Main
  • 2018-07-09, Special Occasion , nsynk Gesellschaft für Kunst und Technik mbH | Mainzer Landstraße 351, 60326 Frankfurt am Main
  • 2018-07-10, Special Occasion , nsynk Gesellschaft für Kunst und Technik mbH | Mainzer Landstraße 351, 60326 Frankfurt am Main
  • 2018-07-10, Special Occasion , nsynk Gesellschaft für Kunst und Technik mbH | Mainzer Landstraße 351, 60326 Frankfurt am Main
  • 2018-07-11, Special Occasion , nsynk Gesellschaft für Kunst und Technik mbH | Mainzer Landstraße 351, 60326 Frankfurt am Main
  • 2018-07-12, Special Occasion , nsynk Gesellschaft für Kunst und Technik mbH | Mainzer Landstraße 351, 60326 Frankfurt am Main
  • 2018-07-12, Special Occasion , nsynk Gesellschaft für Kunst und Technik mbH | Mainzer Landstraße 351, 60326 Frankfurt am Main
  • 2018-07-13, Special Occasion , nsynk Gesellschaft für Kunst und Technik mbH | Mainzer Landstraße 351, 60326 Frankfurt am Main
  • 2018-07-13, Special Occasion , nsynk Gesellschaft für Kunst und Technik mbH | Mainzer Landstraße 351, 60326 Frankfurt am Main
  • 2018-07-14, Special Occasion , nsynk Gesellschaft für Kunst und Technik mbH | Mainzer Landstraße 351, 60326 Frankfurt am Main
  • 2018-07-14, Special Occasion , nsynk Gesellschaft für Kunst und Technik mbH | Mainzer Landstraße 351, 60326 Frankfurt am Main
  • 2018-07-14, Special Occasion , nsynk Gesellschaft für Kunst und Technik mbH | Mainzer Landstraße 351, 60326 Frankfurt am Main

FÜR DICH FÜR DICH FÜR DICH - Festival für Performance und Theater

FÜR DICH FÜR DICH FÜR DICH 
Festival für Performance und Theater im TNT- Theater neben dem Turm, Afföllerwiesen 3a, Marburg

Donnerstag, 6.12.
20:00 ALL IN ALL ( Jan Philipp Stange/Nir Shauloff) Bitte beachten: diese Vorstellung findet in der Waggonhalle statt!
21:30 Feierliches Eröffnungsspektakel: german stage service adieu- welcome TNT!
22:00 Prologue Pulp (Carolina Mendonca & co)

Freitag, 7.12.
19:30 Prolog, Akt 2 (Liesa Harzer/Aran Kleebaur) Beschränkte Teilnehmerzahl! Bitte Karten vorbestellen!
20:30 GIGANTEN//wie wir jagen (Janna Pinsker/ Hannah Steinmair)
22:00 Prolog, Akt 2 (Liesa Harzer / Aran Kleebauer) Beschränkte Teilnehmerzahl! Bitte Karten vorbestellen!

Samstag, 8.12.
20:00 Black Box (ongoing project Katrin Hylla / Hubert Winczyk / Chris Herzog)
anschließend Party in der Baari Bar

Donnerstag, 6.12. bis Samstag, 8.12.
Während des Festivalzeitraums im Foyer des TNT
S. kämpft/S. wählt ([GALAKTIKON]

Während des gesamten Festivals können Sie sich in der Baari Bar mit Suppe und Getränken versorgen und an Kritikgesprächen mit den künstlerischen Leitern in der Sauna im Theatergarten teilnehmen.

Reservierungen unter
Tel.: 06421 62582
www.theaternebendemturm.de

Das TNT – THEATER NEBEN DEM TURM (bisher german stage service) präsentiert in bewährter Weise das Festival FÜR DICH – FÜR DICH – FÜR DICH.
Ein Festival für Theater und Performance. Das Eröffnungsstück des Festivals findet am Do, 6.12.2018 in der Waggonhalle statt, mit dem Stück „All in All“ von Jan Philipp Stange und Nir Shauloff, Frankfurt. „Es gibt unendlich viel Hoffnung im Universum“, schreiben sie dazu.
Danach geht es zum Theater neben dem Turm, TNT in die Afföllerwiesen, wo die öffentliche Umbenennung des Theaters mit einer kleinen Taufe stattfinden wird, bevor das nächste Stück von und mit Carolina Mendonca, Sao Paolo/Gießen „Prologue – Pulp“ zur Aufführung kommt. Prologue Pulp ist ein Experiment, in dem gezeigt wird, wie Feuchtigkeit und Klebrigkeit ein Weg sein können, um die Zeitverschiebung zu verfolgen.
Am Freitag 7.12., setzt sich das Festival um 19:30 Uhr fort mit „Prolog Akt 2“ von Aran Kleebaur und Liesa Harzer, Gießen/Frankfurt. Der Prolog Akt 2 ist eine performative Videoarbeit, die an zwei exemplarischen Körpern die Spannung von gemeinsamer Autor*innenschaft unter dem Einfluss von Machtverhältnissen, Genderperformance, Deadlines und Erwartungshaltungen konkret werden lässt.
Um 21:30 h führen Janna Pinsker, Hannah Steinmair, Frankfurt GIGANTEN /// wie wir jagen auf. In diesem Stück arbeiten die beiden Performerinnen an der Utopie eines Solos für Zwei. Ein Körper ist dabei zu wenig.
Am Samstag, 8.12., 20h endet das Festival mit dem Stück „Black Box“ eine Produktion mit Katrin Hylla, Hubert Winczyk und Chris Herzog (ongoing project) Berlin/ Leipzig/Poznan(PL) . In Black Box werden Verschwörungstheorien und Desinformationsstrategien thematisiert, ausgehend von dem Absturz der polnischen Regierungsmaschine in Smolensk 2010.
Danach kann in der Baari Bar noch mal fröhlich getanzt und gefeiert werden.
Im Foyer des TNT werden während des gesamten Festivals die Videoarbeiten „S. kämpft“ und „S. wählt“ von [GALAKTIKON] gezeigt.
Während des gesamten Festivals können Sie an Kritikgesprächen in unserer Sauna im Garten teilnehmen.
Detaillierte Informationen finden Sie unter www.theaternebendemturm.de.

 

Festival
by Theater im TNT- Theater neben dem Turm, Afföllerwiesen 3a, Marburg 

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-12-06, ALL IN ALL ( Jan Philipp Stange/Nir Shauloff) Bitte beachten: diese Vorstellung findet in der Waggonhalle statt!
  • 2018-12-06, TNT (Afföllerwiesen 3, Marburg): Feierliches Eröffnungsspektakel: german stage service adieu- welcome TNT!
  • 2018-12-06, TNT: Prologue Pulp (Carolina Mendonca & co)
  • 2018-12-07, TNT: Prolog, Akt 2 (Liesa Harzer/Aran Kleebaur) Beschränkte Teilnehmerzahl! Bitte Karten vorbestellen!
  • 2018-12-07, TNT: GIGANTEN//wie wir jagen (Janna Pinsker/ Hannah Steinmair)
  • 2018-12-07, TNT: Prolog, Akt 2 (Liesa Harzer / Aran Kleebauer) Beschränkte Teilnehmerzahl! Bitte Karten vorbestellen!
  • 2018-12-08, TNT: Black Box (ongoing project Katrin Hylla / Hubert Winczyk / Chris Herzog)

Für die Fische

 

It was decided that the ignorant beings residing in the basement ought not to be ignored. Out of sincere respect for the fish, there will be a performance for them exclusively. But first, they need to be educated about what's going on, and integrated into the festival's culture.

Human visitors are invited to witness this expertly planned expedition. The ultimate goal: To establish communication.

Consultation: Friederike Schmidt-Colinet

 

Performance
by Carlos Franke

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-02-02, premiere , Paris, Palais de la Porte Dorée
  • 2018-02-03, premiere , Paris, Palais de la Porte Dorée
  • 2018-02-04, premiere , Paris, Palais de la Porte Dorée

Gehölz

Eigentlich stehen da nur viele Bäume: Baum, Baum, Baum, Baum, Baum. Kultiviert, verwaltet und gerodet sind sie die hölzernen Bestandteile des Waldes.
Ein kleines Wäldchen, Gehölz, Holz, Holz, Holz - bis kein Wald mehr übrig ist.
Auf der Bühne setzten zwei Forstarbeiterinnen neu zusammen, was seinen ursprünglichen Zusammenhalt längst verloren hat und pflanzen einen neuen Wald.
Sie rufen hinein - und wir sehen zu, was aus dem Wald auf die Bühne tritt.
Die Performance skizziert die Fragilität von forstwirtschaftlich geordneter Natur und vollzieht eine szenische Renaturierung mittels viel Grün, Flanellhemden und etwas Gehölz.

 

Performance
by Henriette Aichinger, Jennifer Demmel, Alisa Hecke (ehem. ATW), Nora Schneider (ATW) 


Past Performances

  • 2018-05-24, premiere , Cammerspiele Leipzig
  • 2018-05-25, Cammerspiele Leipzig
  • 2018-05-26, Cammerspiele Leipzig
  • 2018-12-06, Cammerspiele Leipzig
  • 2018-12-07, Cammerspiele Leipzig
  • 2018-12-08, Cammerspiele Leipzig

Gentry, the city for sale

Documentary project about the gentrification. After about 50 interviews with architects, city planners, activists, journalists, lawyers and neighbours from Barcelona, Berlin and Venice we analyse this phenomenon on stage through the technique of Verbatim theatre.

By and with Mariona Naudin, Ireneu Tranis, Alba Valldaura
Dramaturgy: Marc Villanueva Mir
Set design: Clàudia Vilà
Costumes: Adriana Parra
Video: Ventura López Kalász
Sound design: Guillem Llotje
Light design: Pol Queralt
Executive producer: Anna Bohigas
Communication: COSMICA/ Anna Aurich, Sònia Gonzalez
Photography: Roger Rossell

Coproduction of Festival Grec with the support of Institut del Teatre de la Diputació de Barcelona, La Poderosa, Fabra i Coats and L’Estruch-Ajuntament de Sabadell

This project won the Adrià Gual Award 2017

 

Performance
by Mos Maiorum + Marc Villanueva Mir 

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-07-07, premiere , Sala Hiroshima | Barcelona
  • 2018-07-08, Sala Hiroshima | Barcelona
  • 2018-07-09, Sala Hiroshima | Barcelona
  • 2019-02-21, Teatre Modern - El Prat de Llobregat (Spanien)
  • 2019-09-28, Festival TNT, Terrassa (Spanien)
  • 2019-10-03, Conde Duque, Madrid
  • 2019-10-04, Conde Duque, Madrid
  • 2019-10-05, Conde Duque, Madrid
  • 2019-10-17, FAB, Bordeaux
  • 2019-10-18, FAB, Bordeaux
  • 2019-10-19, FAB, Bordeaux

 

Heart of Europe

Performance
by Ruby Behrmann, Johannes Karl, Asja Mahgoub, Hannah Maneck, Julia Mihály, Laurenz Raschke, Nora Schneider, Sara Trawöger 


Past Performances

  • 2018-01-11, final project , Mousonturm, Frankfurt
  • 2018-01-11, final project , Mousonturm Frankfurt
  • 2018-01-12, final project , Mousonturm Frankfurt
  • 2018-01-12, final project , Mousonturm Frankfurt
  • 2018-01-13, final project , Mousonturm Frankfurt
  • 2018-01-13, final project , Mousonturm Frankfurt

HÖRSTÜCKE

Scenic Project
by Teilnehmer*innen des szenischen Projekts "HÖRSTÜCKE" bei Prof. Heiner Goebbels im WS 17/18 


Past Performances

  • 2018-04-17, PB2

HOSTEL Sequel#1: Please Be Careful Out There, Lisa Marie – Hybrid Version

Performance

by Konzept: Stefan Panhans und Andrea Winkler Performance: Lisa Marie Janke, Olivia Hyunsin Kim, Kue Serge 


Past Performances

  • 2018-01-31, premiere , Transmediale, Opening Performance, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, John-Foster-Dulles-Allee 10 D-10557 Berlin

Hungry Eyes Festival 2018

Festival
by Martin Bien, Elena Giffel, Herbert Graf, Amélie Haller, Asja Mahgoub, Anne Mahlow, Lisa Schettel, Nora Schneider, Nikolas Stäudte und Dennis Vetter 


Past Performances

  • 2018-07-13, Alte Universitätsbibliothek, Bismarckstraße 37, 35390 Gießen
  • 2018-07-14, Alte Universitätsbibliothek, Bismarckstraße 37, 35390 Gießen
  • 2018-07-15, Alte Universitätsbibliothek, Bismarckstraße 37, 35390 Gießen

I AM NOT A JOKE (TAKE TWO)

Feminism has never been so hip and trendy! We could see this as a true victory for feminism and still post a “I’m a feminist” selfie real quick. Let’s be honest. This kind of “high gloss feminism” doesn’t cover up the smell of the shit we encounter every day in the form of sexism, racism and every other kind of possible phobia.
Accompanied by a guitar, a synthesizer and drum machine, The Kill Joys sing, scream and perform against daily discriminations and the patriarchy. I Am Not A Joke (Take Two) is an appeal against this shit while simultaneously questioning the consumability of feminism.

The Kill Joys (Olivia Hyunsin Kim, Magda Drozd & Co.) examine intersectional feminist issues within the form of a theatrical concert performance. The collective was founded in 2016 and has screamed about what makes them angry in a do-it-yourself style ever since. Using songs and performative actions that focus on their own experiences with everyday racism as well as within the performing arts, they create a feminism that is relevant for them and their concerns as women, artists and immigrants that is certainly not a “feel good” marketing strategy.

Performance
by Von und mit The Kill Joys (Olivia Hyunsin Kim, Magda Drozd und co.), Maude Vuilleumier, Juliusz Drozd, Torsten Litschko und Sandra Schudel Koproduktion Fabriktheater Rote Fabrik Zürich, English Theatre Berlin / International Performing Arts Center Mit freundlicher Unterstützung Schweizer Kulturstiftung Pro Helvetia, Ernst Göhner Stiftung, Premio Migros-Kulturprozent, ada Studio Berlin und Theaterhaus Mitte 

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-03-01, English Theatre Berlin/ICPA
  • 2018-03-02, English Theatre Berlin/ICPA
  • 2018-03-03, English Theatre Berlin/ICPA
  • 2018-03-22, Fabriktheater Rote Fabrik Zürich
  • 2018-03-23, Fabriktheater Rote Fabrik Zürich

2018-03-24, Fabriktheater Rote Fabrik Zürich

I will not stay here long

She is standing silently and looking at us: A woman in green velvet jumpsuit. Ida Daniel, a student of the department for “Choreography and Performance” is searching in her graduation performance the traces and multiple existences that inhabit this body that is uncanny and familiar at the same time. A body lives in a promising relationship with all those who inhabit it. But what type of body do they enjoy? Maybe a singing and dancing one? Or one that is rather invisible? Or constantly jumping? Or constantly sleeping? Or just one superbody? Or two?
You know that a moment has finished when a new unlived life gets started.
For I will not stay here long Ida Daniel fantasizes bodies of text, sound, light, image and matter that want to expose themselves in stillness and in motion. Bodies that refuse to get settled.

 

A collaboration between Künstlerhaus Mousonturm and MA Choreography and Performance in the frames of Hessian Theatre Academy HTA.


Performance
by Ida Daniel in collaboration with Todor Stoyanov, Zrinka Uzbinec and Katarzyna Kania 


Past Performances

  • 2018-09-28, final project , Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Frankfurt a. M.
  • 2019-05-13, Hessische Theatertage Kassel 2019
  • 2019-11-02, KONDENZ 2019, Center for Cultural Decontamination, Belgrade, Serbia

JLP 2043

Comme un long interminable cri. This is what she answered when I asked her how a solo may sound that she would be dancing forever. JLP 2043 - a solo for Julie Laporte. She will be dancing it for the next 25 years. The solo unfolds its force over the duration of this lived time. It isn’t the euphoric intensity of the new, but the still and unexcited joy by gazing at newly discovered aspects of the old. There are rumours of the solo having an impact of cell rejuvenation on the dancer. Apparently, not only on her, but on everybody witnessing her dance it. Yet still, this wouldn’t be all too important. Based on studies of ancient Dao scriptures, JLP 2043 uses strategies of gradual disappearing, negation and affirmative withdrawal. It tells whispers of seizing futurity and how such an attempt will always be contingent. A tale of the relation between choreography and dance, of strategically soft solidarity in times of flexible mobile overstraining and of the love between dancer and choreographer.

As part of the festivities surrounding the beginning of the coming 25 years, two works of related positions are invited into JLP 2043: Hydrocommons by Riikka Tauriainen and Massage Sonore by NoMad Kollektiv

Thanks to Jongil Choi, Thomas Péronnet, Sandra Umathum

A production by Lucie Tuma in Coproduction with Gessnerallee Zürich, CCN – Ballet de Lorraine, Santarcangelo Festival, Performa Festival Ticino 

Supported by Stadt Zürich Kultur, Fondation Nestlé pour l’Art, Stiftung Anne-Marie Schindler, Georges und Jenny Bloch Stiftung

 

Dance Project
by Lucie Tuma von und mit Laura Endres, Daniel Goody, Claudia Hill, Julie Laporte, Lisa Letnansky, Caroline Palla, Carina Premer 


Past Performances

  • 2018-11-29, premiere , Gessnerallee Zürich
  • 2018-12-01, Gessnerallee Zürich
  • 2018-12-02, Gessnerallee Zürich
  • 2018-12-03, Gessnerallee Zürich
  • 2018-12-04, Gessnerallee Zürich

L’Envers du décor

I wonder what a body would look like - Amélie Haller et Herbert Graf
Agence de voyage "My.Oddysea" - Kajetan Skurski
#FollowMeAround - Laura Schilling
what if where i am is what i need - Maximilian Brands, Clara Reiner et Christopher Weickenmeier.
Pour les poissons - Carlos Franke
It knew no lapse - Fabrício Belzoff, Lea König, René Alejandro Huari Mateus
Cascade, version muséale - Emmilou Rössling
Talk.Talk - Emmilou Rössling et Romuald Krezel
Playback – une danse de lèvres synchronisées - Jan Gehmlich, Clara Reiner, Joana Tischkau
La tétralogie d'eau thermale - Luis August Krawen
La Poste coloniale - Ruby Behrmann et Asja Mahgoub
Accompagné par Motel One - Niels Wehr
Le Palais du teint hâlé - Marie Meyer et Calendal Klose

Pieces by students of teh Institute for Applied Theatre Studies
carated by Katharina Stephan and Prof. Heiner Goebbels
in cooperation with Goethe Institut Paris

 

Performance
by Amélie Haller, Herbert Graf, Kajetan Skurski, Laura Schilling, Maximilian Brands, Clara Reiner, Christopher Weickenmeier, Carlos Franke, Fabrício Belzoff, Lea König, René Alejandro Huari Mateus, Emmilou Rössling, Romuald Krezel, Jan Gehmlich, Joana Tischkau, Luis August Krawen, Ruby Behrmann, Asja Mahgoub, Niels Wehr, Marie Meyer, Clandal Klose 

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-02-02, Palais de Porte Dorée, Paris
  • 2018-02-03, Palais de Porte Dorée, Paris
  • 2018-02-04, Palais de Porte Dorée, Paris

La Sabotage @ AK44 Gießen

Concert
by Sara Trawöger 


Past Performances

  • 2018-11-23, Gießen

Landpartie mit Heiner Goebbels

We would like to invite you to say goodbye to Heiner Goebbels who'll leave his post as professor here at the Department for Applied Theatre Studies. After a short official part we'll turn the "Partie" into a party.

 

Farewell
by Prof. Heiner Goebbels 


Past Performances

  • 2018-02-09, Special Occasion , Foyer im Haus A, Phil II

Liebe

Leander Ripchinsky is a performance artist, who works in various constellations and genres. “Liebe” (Love) is based on his personal search for possibilities to both continually work with old loves, as well as artistically pursue new desires and intuitions. So far, Ripchinsky has asked 50 artists to collaborate with him on the “Liebe” collection, each producing a single solo for him. These solos play with different temporalities and intimacies and are meant to be permanently conserved in Ripchinsky’s body, allowing current versions of the performances to be shown over and over again over the years. At Mousonturm, audience has the chance for the first-time to experience individual pieces from the constantly growing collection of stage performances.

In German and English / Eine Sammlung mit Beiträgen von Leander Ripchinsky in Kooperation mit (Stand 14.05.2018): Robin Arthur, Auftrag:Lorey, Fabrício Belzoff, Gesa Bering, Max Brands, Hendrik Borowski, contact gonzo, Fux, Maria Isabel Hagen, Benjamin Hoesch, Ole Hübner, K.A.U., Elisabeth Krefta, f.wiesel, Ligna, Kate McIntosh, Mobile Albania, Ersan Mondtag, Boris Nikitin, Paul Norman, Janna Pinsker, Emmilou Rößling, Florence Ruckstuhl, Isabel Schwenk, Katharina Sendfeld, SKART, Esther Steinbrecher, Harry Stick, Niels Wehr, Michael Wolters / eine Performance mit Leander Ripchinsky / Dramaturgie: Hendrik Borowski, Florence Ruckstuhl / Technische Unterstützung: Charlotte Bösling / Kuration: Heiner Goebbels, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm

 

Project
by Leander Ripchinski
in Kooperation mit (Stand 14.05.2018): Robin Arthur, Auftrag:Lorey, Fabrício Belzoff, Gesa Bering, Max Brands, Hendrik Borowski, contact gonzo, Fux, Maria Isabel Hagen, Benjamin Hoesch, Ole Hübner, K.A.U., Elisabeth Krefta, f.wiesel, Ligna, Kate McIntosh, Mobile Albania, Ersan Mondtag, Boris Nikitin, Paul Norman, Janna Pinsker, Emmilou Rößling, Florence Ruckstuhl, Isabel Schwenk, Katharina Sendfeld, SKART, Esther Steinbrecher, Harry Stick, Niels Wehr, Michael Wolters
eine Performance mit Leander Ripchinsky
Dramaturgie: Hendrik Borowski, Florence Ruckstuhl
Technische Unterstützung: Charlotte Bösling
Kuration: Heiner Goebbels, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-06-09, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt
  • 2018-06-10, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt
  • 2018-06-11, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt

Making of FLAUSEN

Performance
by Performance von Institut für Widerstand im Postfordismus - Elisa Müller, Henrike Kohpeiß (ATW Alumna) u.a. 

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-07-17, german stage service, Marburg

mit einem Namen aus einem alten Buch

Piece by Prof. Heiner Goebbels (emeritus)
details/tickets available here

 

Production
by Inszenierung: Heiner Goebbels
Musikalische Leitung: Pablo Druker
Bühne und Kostüme: Heiner Goebbels / Monika Gora
Video: René Liebert
Sprecherin: Lisa Charlotte Friederich
Sprecher: David Bennent
Mit: Mitglieder des Philharmonischen Orchester Gießen / GastmusikerInnen


Past Performances

  • 2018-05-04, premiere , Stadtheater Gießen, Großes Haus
  • 2018-05-05, Stadtheater Gießen, Großes Haus
  • 2018-05-06, Stadtheater Gießen, Großes Haus
  • 2018-05-08, Stadtheater Gießen, Großes Haus
  • 2018-05-09, Stadtheater Gießen, Großes Haus
  • 2018-05-10, Stadtheater Gießen, Großes Haus

Open Guerilla Workstation "ØDIPUS REC."

The young opera collective "The Navidson" gathers at Operadagen 2018 in Rotterdam in order to refine the current production "Ødipus Rec." in an "Open Guerilla Workstation". The publicly accessible platform makes visible and audible what usually takes place in spaces behind the scenes that are safe but also hostile to exchange. "The Navidsons" open up their work meeting to interested visitors, and enter into a dialogue on the metaphorical meaning of blindness, on questions about the formal realization of sound, music and stage, on compositional sketches and dramaturgical ideas of the planned music theatre "Ødipus Rec."

The idea of the "Guerilla Workstation" is an advancement of thoughts on "communing" and "co-creation" from the production "The Navidson Records" (premiere: Münchener Biennale 2016). In the context of the festival, this action is likewise an artistic statement on a world that is about to put itself in protectionist, anti-democratic, obscure structures and to abandon social diversity as well as access to spaces that elude surveillance.

The event takes place within the framework of Operaland.

www.operadagenrotterdam.nl/programma/operaland
www.thenavidsons.com/odipus-rec

 

Performance
by The Navidsons: Till Wyler von Ballmoos, Ole Hübner (ATW), Tassilo Tesche (ehem. Gastprofessor ATW), Jakob Boeckh (ATW), Maxine Devaud 


Past Performances

  • 2018-05-20, Noletloodsen Schiedam Rotterdam
  • 2018-05-21, Noletloodsen Schiedam Rotterdam

Palindrome

Palindrome plays in a fictive universe where time has started to go backwards - where the years count downwards, the clocks are reversed and technology is slowly decaying. Henri, a film archivist living in the reversed 1930s stumbles upon an old film roll, that depicts time flowing in the normal direction.
He invites two American curators - Iris and John - to his Parisian home cinema in an attempt to convince them to spread his movie, and thus maybe halter the moonwalk of time. The film he has found namely bears ominous signs of an upcoming new world war... 

Palindrome is a filmic experiment with surround sound, that stands on the border between cinema, theater and installation. An essential part of the plot is conveyed through the sound - Henri, Iris and John never appear on the screen, they only exist on the soundtrack so to say. The surround sound is used to give the viewers the feeling that the characters sit among them in the audience. Dialogues and sounds not only come from the front speakers, but from all four walls of the cinema hall. From the back wall one can hear the humming of an old projector, from the middle of the room the whispers of two visitors and from the front a curious voice holding a monologue about the film shown.
Utilizing the surround sound in an experimental way, Palindrome tries to create and encourage a new way to experience cinema - a new spatial cinema, where the fiction is not only limited to the screen, but now encompasses the whole cinema hall.

 

Trailer: https://vimeo.com/281065696

davidronner.com

 

Film
by Regie, Musik, Schnitt: David Erik Ronner, Henri: Frédéric de Carlo Iris: Gloria Endres de Oliveira John: Yannik Raiss Radiosprecher: Alex D'Attoma Werbesprecher: Tom Solo Kamera: Nicolás Santana Tonaufnahme: Victor Pfannmöller


Past Performances

  • 2018-09-01, Special Occasion , Ruhrtriennale

Parcours durch postmigrantische und (lokale) postkoloniale choreographische Perspektiven

Performance
by Nuray Demir O. Hyunsin Kim Tümay Kilinçel Hannah Ma Zwoisy Mears-Clarke Sara Mikolai Ceren Oran Sandra Chatterjee organisiert diesen Think Tanz im Rahmen ihres Arbeitsstipendiums im Bereich Tanz des Kulturreferats der Landeshauptstadt München und mit Unterstützung des Köşk, München Hiba Shammout Joana Tischkau Julian Warner 


Past Performances

  • 2018-07-20, Köşk München Schrenkstr. 8, 80339 München

Perfect Romance

Performance
by THE AGENCY (Magdalena Emmerig, Belle Santos, Rahel Spöhrer und Yana Thönnes), Stacyian Jackson, Adela Bravo Sauras (ATW), Lara Scherrieble, Malte Sundermann, Nile Koetting, Leif Randt 

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-12-13, Sophiensaele, Berlin
  • 2018-12-14, Sophiensaele, Berlin

Performatives Konzert

 

Concert
by Kristin Gerwien 


Past Performances

  • 2018-02-02, Kunsthaus Essen, Rübezahlstraße 33, 45134 Essen, 1.OG, Atelier Idan Hayosh

PROMETHEUS LYOMENES AIR - Preview

 

PROMETHEUS LYOMENES AIR is the new performance project from Niels Wehr which will premiere at Staatstheater Darmstadt in 2019. The idea departs from the Prometheus myth, which has been narrated throughout the last 2000 years. The work is based on the fragment 'Prometheus Unbound' by Aeschylus. It will touch on the realms of the ancient choir and the individual.
Niels and his team are happy to present a research preview funded by the Fleetstreet Theater Hamburg.

Director: Niels Wehr
Technologie and Video: Roman Kuskowski
Sound: Benedikt Ellebrecht

Funded by: Rudolf Augstein Stiftung, Hamburgische Kulturstiftung

 

Performance
by Niels Wehr 


Past Performances

  • 2018-10-20, Fleetstreet Theater, Admiralitätsstraße 71, 20459 Hamburg

Pulp - History as a warm wet place

We asked ourselves how wetness and stickiness could be a way of tracing the sliding of time. We started to build an intuitive archeology digesting the leftovers of the past 400 years in disrupted references. A soft, wet, shapeless mass of material that allowed our bodies to be unsynchronized. Hands became older than the rest of the body and we had to learn how to use them. Five bodies monstrously transforming, supporting each other with slippery and sticky hands. 
Carolina Mendonça, Catalina Insignares, Ida Daniel, Rodrigo Andreolli and Zuzana Zabkova are working once more in one of the different configurations in which they collaborate, expanding the notion of choreography and the body as a site of knowledge production, in particular those devalued by Western epistemologies.


Performance
by Carolina Mendonça, Catalina Insignares, Ida Daniel, Rodrigo Andreolli, Zuzana Zabkova 


Past Performances

  • 2018-12-08, Mousonturm, Frankfurt
  • 2019-06-12, Frankfurt LAB / FLAB Festival

Residence Evil

Performance
by ScriptedReality (Aumüller, Bussmann, Krause, Salasse, Schmidt)
Gefördert von der HTA, Mousonturm
www.scriptedreality.net

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-02-12, final project , Probebühne 1, Institut Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft
  • 2018-04-10, Frankfurt LAB
  • 2018-04-11, Frankfurt LAB

Retrospective

We are looking back, in order to look forward. To upcoming collaborations, fundings and part-time jobs. We are at the beginning of our careers. And we might as well be at the end: both options are very thrilling. One is sure - we are in the middle - of work, of life, in the middle of the pool of ever-changing conditions, and in the middle of waiting. 
"Retrospective" investigates the relationship, difference and border between the work that we want to do and the work that we must do. It questions the conditions of artistic work with all its privileges and affirms the power of negation and silence. "Retrospective" aims to open up to the ways of saying No, while staying in the structure and pretending to ‘play by the rules’.

Romuald Krężel played in 22 different TV commercial campaigns in Poland, Germany, Ukraine and Belarus. Some of his most successful commercials were for Bosch, Nutricia Foundation, Kaufland and Tyskie. The commercial for the painkiller Metafen was broadly recognized and awarded in the prestigious Polish Advertising Competition in 2014, as well as in other prominent advertising competitions. Romuald is a specialist in playing sympathetic, cool father roles and average, nice guys with a strong sense of comedy. In his free time, he is a passionate reader of critical theory. 

A cooperation between the Künstlerhaus Mousonturm and the MA Choreography and Performance within the frame of Hessische Theaterakademie.
Performance in English.

Concept, performance: Romuald Krężel 
Text, dramaturgy: Tamara Antonijevic 
Video, visuals: Monica Duncan
Artistic collaborator: Carolina Mendonça
Light, technic: Hendrik Borowski

 

Performance
by Romuald Krężel in collaboration with Tamara Antonijevic, Monica Duncan, Carolina Mendonça and Hendrik Borowski. 

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-06-21, final project , Künstlerhaus Mousonturm FFM
  • 2018-06-22, final project , Künstlerhaus Mousonturm FFM
  • 2019-04-03, Warsaw (Nowy Theatre)
  • 2019-04-04, Warsaw (Nowy Theatre)
  • 2019-06-01, Berlin (HAU 3)
  • 2019-06-02, Berlin (HAU 3)

ROUGH PROPOSALS 2018

It’s that time of year again! For four days, students of the Master Program “Choreography and Performance” at the Institute for Applied Theatre Studies in Gießen take over the Mousonturm once again. During the festival, they turn conventional rules on their heads. Curating, producing and performing merge one into the other until everything becomes an object of choreographic analysis. Economic structures, political activism, the rhythms of daily life, boundaries between violence and trust, post-ironic narratives and much, much more conquer the stages, foyers and corridors of the Mousonturm. “Rough Proposals” presents sketches and finished performances, opening up artistic realms of thought and inviting in experimentation.

 

Festival
by Studierenden des MA CuP (Choreographie und Performance) 


Past Performances

  • 2018-06-28, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt
  • 2018-06-29, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt
  • 2018-06-30, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt
  • 2018-07-01, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt

Sous la plage

Sous la plage is a lecture performance on the construction of the European discourse on the Arab springs and the so-called “refugee crisis”, and a electroacoustic concert on the construction of identity and memory. With the help of a series of sound and video players, played live by the Syrian-born Palestinian journalist Mohammad Bitari, Sous la plage orchestrates a composition of acoustic and visual landscapes through the use and contraposition of documents coming as much from media as from subjective discourses, with the aim of providing a space of personal and critical reflection to counter the flood of of Europe-biased news.

Concept: Marc Villanueva Mir & Gerard Valverde Ros
Performer: Mohammad Bitari
Sound composition: Gerard Valverde Ros
Text and direction: Marc Villanueva Mir
Research and documentation: Mireia Pérez
Teaser: Mireia Pérez, Maria Besora
Photography: Lydia Cazorla, Anna Pujol Batllosera
With the special collaboration of Mireia Sallarès

A coproduction of Festival TNT - Terrassa Noves Tendències and Frankfurt LAB with the support of Sala d’Art Jove and Bòlit Contemporary Arts Centre, with the collaboration of European Institute of the Mediterranean, PEN International Catalan Centre and hangar.org

Production prize Art Jove 2016 and shortlisted work at the Stückemarkt 2017 of Berlin

 

Performance
by Marc Villanueva Mir, Gerard Valverde Ros und Mohammad Bitari 

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-09-15, Festival IDEM | La Casa Encendida | Madrid
  • 2018-09-16, Festival IDEM | La Casa Encendida | Madrid
  • 2018-12-07, Teatre de Lloret | Lloret de Mar (Spanien)

STRATIFIKATION

Production
by Rosa Birkedal Andersen & Laura Knüsel (Bühne), Laura Eggert (Text, Regie/Alumna ATW), Tine Milz (Dramaturgie) mit: Chantal Dubs, Greg Tomlinson, Johanna Köster, Manuel Herwig (Schauspiel), Hannah Mehler (Gesang), Aske Lyck Petersen (Musik) 


Past Performances

  • 2018-05-24, premiere , Theater der Künste, Gessnerallee Zürich
  • 2018-05-25, Theater der Künste, Gessnerallee Zürich
  • 2018-05-26, Theater der Künste, Gessnerallee Zürich

Theatermaschine 2018

THEATERMASCHINE ATTACHES A LIGHTER OR SENSITIVE STRUCTURE TO A MASSIVE CARRIER.

THEATERMASCHINES ARE USUALLY HEAVIER, FIRMER AND MORE VIBRATION RESISTANT THAN THE COMPONENTS TO BE FIXED ON OR UPON THEM.

THEY SHOULD PROVIDE SECURITY AGAINST GROUND SEEPAGE WHICH THEY ARE MEASURED FOR.

THEATERMASCHINES APPLY AS AN INTERFACE BETWEEN DIFFERENT FUNCTIONAL AND STRUCTURAL AREAS.

OFTEN, THEY FULFIL BOTH THE FUNCTIONAL CRITERIA OF THE SUPPORTING AND THE FIXED STRUCTURE.

SPECIAL FORMS SERVE DISCONNECTION OR SEPARATION OF STRUCTURES (E.G. ELASTIC FOUNDATIONS OR ACTIVE SUPPLEMENTS).

THEATERMASCHINES MAY ALSO BE PART OF A LARGER STRUCTURE THAT WILL BE FOUNDED AGAIN.

Theatermaschine is the yearly exhibition of students' works of the Institute of Applied Theatre Studies (JLU Gießen) which presents current works all over Gießen such as performances, installations, stage plays, workshops, concerts, critic talks and lectures.

This year's Theatermaschine constitutes a metaphorical construction side from the 30th of May until the 3rd of June. This (non-) space unfolds in the constant act of becoming and evolving whereby the newly constructed changes constantly and might never be considered concluded.

more information: theatermaschine-giessen.de

 

Festival
by Studierenden des Instituts 


Past Performances

  • 2018-05-30, premiere , tba
  • 2018-05-31, tba
  • 2018-06-01, tba
  • 2018-06-02, tba
  • 2018-06-03, tba

Theôría

Date: Thursday, July 12th, 11-16h

Location: PB II

Once again, at the end of summer semester a student's conference in the frame of Gerald Siegmund's M.A.-colloquium is taking place. Students of ATW and CuP are presenting topics of their choice in academic lectures and are exploring key aspects of their interest and their academic research.

Including lectures by: Fabricio Belzoff, Caroline Creutzburg, Benedikt Grubel, Jost von Harleßem, Liliane Koch, Leander Ripchinsky and Antonia Rohwetter.

 

theôría
Eine Tagung der ATW-Studierenden
PB II, Schiffenberger Weg 115
12. Juli 2018 

Programme:

 

11.00 - 11.15 Prof. Dr. Gerald Siegmund: Begrüßung

11.15 – 11.45 Benedikt Grubel: Die leere Bühne und das Phantom des Nichts 

11.45 – 12.15 Leander Ripchinsky: "Das Dazwischen, welches ich gerne als Liebe verstehen würde"

12.15 – 12.45 Jost von Harleßem: Parsifal in Outerspace

 

Lunch Break

 

14.00 – 14.30 Fabricio Belzoff: Post-humanist performativity in dance: exploring 
choreography as material-discursive practice

14.30 – 15.00 Caroline Creutzburg: Die Leiche loswerden. Andauernde ‚matter‘ im
Anthropozän

 

Break

 

15.30 – 16.00 Liliane Koch: AVE MARIA - not that kind of girl

16.00 – 16.30 Antonia Rohwetter: Mutterpass - Zeitlichkeiten
eines affektive Dokuments

End

 

Lecture
by Master-Kolloquium von Gerald Siegmund und/oder Studierende der ATW und CuP 


Past Dates

  • 2018-07-12, PB II

UNA SOLO

 

Performance
by Gregor Glogowski & Benjamin Hoesch 


Past Performances

  • 2018-04-14, Mousonturm Frankfurt am Main
  • 2018-04-15, Mousonturm Frankfurt am Main
  • 2018-04-16, Mousonturm Frankfurt am Main
  • 2018-05-08, HELLERAU - Europäisches Zentrum der Künste Dresden

Welcome to Bermuda

Exhibition
by F. Wiesel (Hanke Wilsmann & Jost von Harleßem) 

 

Past Performances

  • 2018-07-08, Fleetstreet Theater, Admiralitätsstr. 71, 20459 Hamburg, Germany

WHAT ON EARTH

In „WHAT ON EARTH“, Caroline Creutzburg and her team imagine the earth’s crust as the main player along with its sediments and substances. Hardly conceivable – but let us assume, the world of today could be abstracted from all human activity and human omnipresence, which so self-evidently surrounds us, could be reversible: the news on the displays would disappear; air traffic would be stopped; data streams would cease; exports would stay within warehouses. All emission of noise, of images, of warmth, of information would run dry. Earth would show itself and it would tentatively tense its muscles. Not in apocalyptic destruction, but rather in the existence and continuation of manipulated and manipulative matter, the horrendous is to be expected.

 

Performance
by künstlerische Leitung, Geräusche: Caroline Creutzburg / Special Defects, technische Leitung: Stine Hertel / Raum: Matthias Nebel / Dramaturgie, Raum: Clara Reiner / Chor: Hendrik Borowski, Max Brands, Jacob Bussmann, Frédéric De Carlo, Daniel Shaw / Licht: Rahel Kesselring / Unterstützung Ton: Rupert Jaud / Küche: Else Tunemyr / Produktion: Hanna Steinmair 


Past Performances

  • 2018-05-28, final project , Frankfurt LAB
  • 2018-05-29, final project , Frankfurt LAB
  • 2018-05-30, final project , Frankfurt LAB

Workshop: Unsichtbare Beziehungen

Project
by Nana Melling, Jens Eschert 


Past Performances

  • 2018-04-13, Graduiertentagung: "Praktiken in/der Versammlung. Körper - Medien - Zeugenschaft" an der JGU Mainz
  • 2018-04-24, Roter Salon, Volksbühne, Berlin

вепрь и рыба | Boar and Fish

Distance as a contemporary plague. Distance: psychological, physical, linguistic, mental. It’s a phenomenon that keeps us apart, but paradoxically ties us together, creating volumes, relationships. 
Distance is like water, it’s an invisible volume separating us, but at the same time binding and embracing. It’s crucial and essential for any object, being, space, relation.
But just as a line in Euclidean space, it can’t exist without at least two points. We are three points of many lines, here are our three distances.

A music theatre production in the context of Moscow coOPERAtion LAB:
www.cooperation-lab.com/main

 

Performance
by Ole Hübner (ATW, Komposition), Kira Malinina (Libretto), Kapitolina Tcvetkova-Plotnikova (Regie), GAMEnsemble, interACTive Ensemble, Oleg Paiberdin (musikalische Leitung) 


Past Performances

  • 2018-12-08, premiere , Stanislawski- und Nemirowitsch-Dantschenko-Musiktheater Moskau
  • 2018-12-09, Stanislawski- und Nemirowitsch-Dantschenko-Musiktheater Moskau

半中腰 - halfway

Performance
by Matthias Jochmann 


Past Performances

  • 2018-01-25, final project , Probebühne 2, Institut für Angewandte Theaterwissenschaft