Together with Layton Lachman & Samuel Hertz and Open Air Neukölln at Freiluftkino Hasenheide we would like to invite you to the premiere of DOOM (THE MOVIE).» more
In this immersive solo performance installation, choreographer Colette Sadler and visual artist Mikko Gaestel thematise the future of the human in relation to technology inside the virtual architecture of a 3D environment.
Many people classify themselves as belonging to society's "Mitte". But where exactly is that - somewhere between top and bottom, rich and poor? As part of a four-part live reality series, Turbo Pascal go in search of the diffuse categories and relationships that make up the so-called "Mitte". To do this, the collective looks around its own circle of family, friends and acquaintances.
There’s no business like show business. In their first performance evening together, Melanie Jame Wolf and Teresa Vittucci explore the problems and pleasures of: What does it take to make a show great?
As disabled artist-curators Kate Marsh and Noa Winter invite to conversations, practice, safer spaces and public sharings.
The Tanzscout Tune-In offers a playful and creative engagement with the subject of the performance Show Business.
The installation negotiates issues of class, gender and migration. In a subtle way it plays with conventions of fashion shows and refers to a current phenomenon in which so-called "workwear" finds its way into high fashion contexts. What's classy if you're rich, but trashy if you're poor?
In her new work Traumascape, Julia*n Meding investigates the connections between rationality and violence in the history of European knowledge.
Age is just a number – yet there is no getting around aging. In the midst of debates about the climate movement, identity politics, and body image, it is time to renegotiate long-established generational contracts. Not only has the recent pandemic history shown that questions of responsibility and solidarity need to be revisited.
The performance festival COMING OF AGE, which will take place from September 15 to November 7 at Sophiensæle, is dedicated to various facets of aging in society - and looks at the different challenges of a phenomenon that affects us all.
Our body: In pandemic times, to some of us it seems vulnerable and threatened. Has it stored enough confidence and strength in all those bones, tendons and muscles to cope with it?
In the one-hour online workshop we explore our physical awareness and make friends with our body again. We uncover blockages and resistances, let it sweat for a moment and then let ourselves fall into relaxation. After all we focus on our perception: How does our body feel after the completed effort?
We recommend attending one of the We Bodies performances on October 30 or 31 as a follow-up to the movement workshop.
Please register until October 28 at firstname.lastname@example.org or 030 27 89 00 35.
Amelie Mallmann works as a dance mediator at TANZKOMPLIZEN - Tanz für junges Publikum. She has worked for the Kunstfest Weimar, Theaterformen and the Performing Arts Festival as an art mediator and was a board member of the Dramaturgische Gesellschaft for ten years. Currently she is also working as a freelance dramaturg and lecturer for Lake Studios, the network explore dance and the Berlin University of the Arts. Since 2013 she is a member of TANZSCOUT Berlin.