A guided tour about the eventful history of the Sophiensæle from its construction in 1904/05 to the present day.
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Fleischlin/Meser This Is Me*
Magic and inconsistencies, speeches and show effects: Two solos about the plurality in the world and in ourselves.
Tomorrow | 19:30
TANZSCOUT-Einführung zu Inflammations
In a one-hour introduction we approach the production Inflammations.
Today | 21:00
Ania Nowak Inflammations
A piece about the solidarizing power of vulnerability.
Malaria - On the (ideological) history of a disease and its eradication.
For one evening, a choir and a performer become a movement and make themselves heard.
A sparking solo as revue and try-out.
Inspired by everyday practice in transmigrant societies, the chorography searches for a universal body language.
A performative essay about the uncomfortable confrontation with our colonial history.
A living archive of colonial legacy: In a multilingual performance with videos and live music, the audience is immersed in the experienced and narrated memories of the young transnational ensemble.
Based on the Hajusom ensemble's staging Azimut, the panel explores the question of how decolonial strategies could be introduced into theatre.
In a combination of lecture performance and pop-up restaurant, Leone Contini celebrates migrant societies using the example of culinary hybrid cuisine.
Gangstas, Pimps and Hoes: By using the example of a pink fashion trend in the hypermasculine rap scene, Joana Tischkau examines how fragile social constructs of race and gender are.
A symposium on the central concepts and questions of decolonial work in art, science and society.
An artist talk with the cross-disciplinary network of artists Asia Art Activism.
An unconventional audio tour that deconstructs the imperialist practices of Western museums and questions their power to define meaning.
"Beautiful, complex and painful" - A reading from the memoirs of Ogutu Muraya.
Between song, ritual and performance: A trip to the limits of our imagination.
A journey through the last 20 years of Korean history told by a bunch of talkative rice cookers.
A documentary dance piece about uranium mining and its effects on the landscape and society.
In a performative audio walk, hannsjana explore the East-West dialogue in Berlin's urban space as a border-crossing pack of bears.
History from an everyday perspective.
Computer avatars in conversation.
"You must start using your elbows now!"
A choreographed conversation on feminist utopias and strategies of resistance.
Song Evening and Reading on the Migration Background East
A choreographic expedition through the dance scene of the GDR.
The workshop series for everyone who wants to bring more movement into their (working) everyday life! Different exercises and small choreographies which are easily transferable to practice with children, teenagers and adults are tested playfully. A script summarizes all the exercises in a detailed g...
OCtober 15 – November 10
Performance, dance and dialogue on 30 years of "East German Experience": Over the course of an entire month artistic contributions of the third GDR generation will be presented; addressing the consequences of the so-called reunification, as well as new perspectives on the German-German field of tension.
Information and offers for people with sensory and physical impairments
Feedback talks after the performance with wine and savory snacks
Regular guided tours through Sophiensæle
Introductions, workshops, seminars and offers for schools
Lectures, discussions, readings, panels, etc.
2016 March 22 23 | 20.00
Jump with me! is a work for 3 performers. It is about Mia, Sasha and Kim spending a winter in a house in a small village. Their way of talking, acting and being is through jumping. In Jump with me! the jump is the only means that is being used throughout the performance. The only action practiced and the only tool that is applied in order to hang out, play games, dance, be alone, talk, be silent, listen, sing a song and all these things you do in groups or when being alone within a group. Through the jumps the story of Mia, Sasha and Kim emerges.
ROSALIND GOLDBERG graduated from the MA in choreography at HZT Berlin in October 2014. She is born in Norway, raised in Sweden and based in Stockholm and in Berlin where she works within several collaborations as well as alone. Since 2009 is she co-produced by the venue WELD in Stockholm. Goldberg’s work has been presented at the Impulstanz festival in Vienna and at festivals and venues throughout Europe. Rosalind works with Ingri Fiksdal, deufert&plischke, Stina Nyberg and Sandra Lolax, Anne-Mareike Hess and Mårten Spångberg as a collaborator and/or dancer.
CONCEPT, CHOREOGRAPHY Rosalind Goldberg DEVELOPMENT, PERFORMANCE Anne-Mareike Hess, Salka Ardal Rosengren, Tove Salmgren COSTUMES Anna Uddenberg COMPOSITION Daniel Glatzel LIGHT Sandra Blatterer ADMINISTRATION Interim Kultur
A production of Rosalind Goldberg. Funded by Swedish Arts Council and Arts Council Norway. In coproduction with Weld, Stockholm. Friendly supported by Inkonst ,Malmö and Black Box Teater, Oslo. Media partner: taz.dietageszeitung. Thanks to HZT Berlin.
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