December 08 09 | 19.30 December 12 13 | 16.00
Livestream Online | 10/7 EURO
In Familiodrom, Interrobang gives birth to a child together with the online audience. Immediately the freshly baked parents' collective is stuck in the ideological swamp of cloth diapers, ready-to-eat porridge, sleep training, shame and guilt.
December 20 | 11.00
Zoom-webinar Online | Eintritt frei
Running Commentary on Dis_Sylphide will take place on Zoom Webinar. The video of Dis_Sylphide performance will be live-streamed, and presented with audiodescription. Different "interpreters" with and without disabilities will deliver their running commentaries live on separate audio channels.
Since hard times require furious dancing, the 30th edition of Tanztage Berlin under the new curation of Mateusz Szymanówka investigates dance’s anti-authoritarian tradition. From January 7th onwards, in the dystopian “now” after the afterparty, the festival presents twelve performances by emerging choreographers which examine the body in revolt - in its fragility, mortality and ability to transform itself and the others.
Tubes is a set-up of a tube, the Kiez and two people walking and conversing. A construction site fragment is taken for a walk. Or is it a communication channel going for a walk with us? Can the tube tell us something? What is (in) it? What is inside? And where does it lead to?
In times of a pandemic, joint walks are very high in popularity. For weeks in spring, they were the only way to experience the public together. At the same time, distance and fresh air keep the risk of infection as low as possible. And yet every encounter also involves risks. It can create understanding, warmth and intimacy, but sometimes also incomprehension and conflict. Encounters can lead to both closeness and distance.
During the festival, we invite artists and audiences to encounter each other on 1:1 walks, thus offering all those who are not yet drawn back to the theatre spaces with the opportunity for an immediate exchange. What drives us? In times of physical distancing, the dialogue with an unknown opens new perspectives on our relationships.
ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION The walk takes about 30 minutes and is unfortunately not suitable for people in wheelchairs or with a rollator. Together with one of the performers, a light, 7-meter-long aluminum pipe will have to be lifted and moved. The walk will be held in German or English spoken language. If the minimum distance of 1.5 meters cannot be kept, a face mask is obligatory. The information on accessibility is continuously updated. If you have any questions or require further information, please contact Gina Jeske at email@example.com or 030 27 89 00 35.
Jule Flierl is an artist from Berlin/Germany who works with choreography and the voice. Using choreography and somatic singing methods, her scores unsettle the relationship between seeing and hearing: what you see is not always what you hear, and what you hear is not always what you see. She worked as a Gogo dancer, played the female lead in the feature film Führer Ex, studied contemporary dance at SEAD-SALZBURG and choreography with EXERCE Montpellier. She has worked with Christine Borch, Martin Nachbar, Ibrahim Quarishi, Gintersdorfer/Klaßen, Sergiu Matis, Tino Sehgal and Meg Stuart. In her lecture performance I intend to sing she reflects on her practice and opens historical references to former vocal dancers. She teaches the workshop Inner Soundtracking and works as a voice coach. Her most recent work Störlaut toured to Brussels, Paris, Vienna, Leipzig, Valenciennes, Nantes and Berlin. She earned her the title "Hoffnungsträgerin 2018" from Tanz-Magazin.
LUISE MEIER, born in 1985 in East Berlin, is a freelance author, drop-out, waitress, performer and dramaturge. She studied philosophy, cultural studies, literature and social and cultural anthropology in Berlin and Frankfurt (Oder). In 2018, her book "MRX Maschine" was published by Matthes & Seitz Berlin. Luise Meier has also published essays on capitalism, the women's movement, The Brothers Karamazov, Drones, Terror, Rosa Luxemburg, Valeska Gert, and others for the Volksbühne Berlin, Freitag, jungle.world or Theater der Zeit and the Berliner Zeitung. She regularly works on projects with the artist/performer/choreographer/dancer Jule Flierl and with andcompany&Co. http://www.luisemeier.com/
WITH Vera Pulido, Luise Meier, Jule Flierl
In Walking Distance is made possible with the support of the Capital Cultural Fund. Media partner: taz. die tageszeitung.
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