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For 44 years, the company Wismut mined uranium in Saxony for the construction of the Soviet atomic bomb. Three decades later, a dancing choir explores how history resonates in the relationship between individual and collective, ideology and landscape, discomfort and utopia.
OKTOBER 17 | OPENING PARTY AFTER THE PERFORMANCE
WITH DJ Mara and DJ Mars Dietz aka Sapphic Faggot (experimental music, bass, dance, kuduro, reggaeton, trap, hip hop, brazilian baile funk)
JULE FLIERL (Berlin) wants to tell the story of sound dance. In STÖRLAUT (2018), she embraces the vocal dances of Valeska Gert, mobilizes them as forms that extraterrestrial proclamation exercises when other types of speech fail; STÖRLAUT brought her the title Hoffnungsträgerin 2018 from "Tanz" magazine.
MARS DIETZ (New York/Berlin) deals with landscape use and human geography. Her focus is on resource extraction. Her work includes sound installations such as freedom from speech and she is a DJ member of "Bodysnatch".
TEXT, CHOREOGRAPHY Jule Flierl TEXT, SOUND, VISUALS Mars Dietz A NUCLEAR CHOIR Zwoisy Mears-Clarke, Zoë Knights, Cathy Walsh STAGE Pauline Brun LIGHT Gretchen Blegen COSTUMES Claudia Hill DRAMATURGy Luise Meier PRODUcTION Alexandra Wellensik PRODUCTIOn ASSISTANCE Nara Virgens
A production by Jule Flierl + Mars Dietz in co-production with Schauspiel Leipzig and SOPHIENSÆLE. Supported by the Capital City Fund and the Senate Department for Culture and Europe. Media partner: Ask Helmut, Inforadio (rbb), taz. die tageszeitung, Zitty.