December 06 | 18.00 - 19.00
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Please note that room 213 is unfortunately not accessible to wheelchair users.
Five love stories in a film without people – Dark Daily Soap banishes the actors from the film set, effectively stages their voids with light, music and camera movement and thus shows how media experiences affect our perception. What happens when we are no longer able to project our longings and expectations onto a counterpart? Despite or because of its omissions, this love epic is anything but empty. Away from (gender) clichés, it opens up a space for fantasies that want more out of life.
Since 2013, GRUPPE CIS is a group of artists with a changing line-up that deals with the effects of emotionally charged media settings on body realities and social scenarios. Their work is situated at the interfaces of film, theatre and performance.
DIRECTION Sabrina Schray CO-DIRECTION Surja Ahmed DRAMATURGY, Text for Audio Comment Judith Engel WITH PARTICIPATION by Christiane Heidrich, Ines Skirde, Valentin Leuschel, Barbara Lenartz, Veronika Paleeva, Vanessa Gunesh, Nelson Brandt, Gabriel Schütz, Jessi, Jon Darc, Liza Lauda, YOR, Wolf Mountains, Ivan Syrov, PLK, Team Rosa, Perigon
A production of Gruppe CIS in co-production with Theater Rampe, Freischwimmen and SOPHIENSÆLE. Funded by the City of Stuttgart, the association Freunde der Akademie and the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes. The festival Freischwimmer*innen. The Future is F*e*m*a*l*e* is supported by the Senate Department for Culture and Europe and by the Capital Cultural Fund. Media partners: Ask Helmut, ExBerliner, Flux FM, Missy Magazine, taz. die tageszeitung, Zitty.