Dienstag, 30. November 2010

Solo & Collaborative Performance Program

Friday 26th

The Process Institute

(Zoe Kreye, Catherine Grau, Irene Izquierdo, Carlos León-Xjiménez)

The Services Jackpot
Could you imagine a lottery that does not give you money?
A lottery that still isl desirable because everyone offers services instead of money.

The Process Institute researches on the lottery format to test how insofar these players offer services to the winner, but also what means to win... and be served in so different ways and manners that were not calculated.

Services up to the value of 10 Euro are requested to participate in the game. Everyone may evaluate in a conscious way what is able to offer, what is pleasant to do to others...

A test on an incoming non-monetary but more exciting lottery?

presenting the lottery game

distributing the bills
counting the jackpot

selecting a possible winner?

No. Selecting someone to get the winner bill

the winner on stage, open the box to get the offered services

back and shoulder massage at first,

and more massage,

head massage,

then 3 minutes kisses (á la Suisse),
then 3 minutes hard training,

harder than even imagined...

finishing with nails painting...

Samstag, 27. November 2010

Another View on Wastelands

Saturday 20th, 14:00

Wasteland / Brachland / terreno baldío / le terrain vague

An experimental City-Talk with Birgit Szepanski and Friends: Cécile Belmont, Sandra Truté, Stephan Weitzel, Patrick Jambon and Sascha Lukac

Themes and questions:

How could we tell stories about a city? What will happen between you and me and my friends in this urban situation? What happened here years before and in the past? What kind of place is this place? What kind of views will grow in our mind, after leaving this place?

Or in a more abstract way: What are the influences that influence our ways of thinking, talking and acting?

We are living in structures and try to leaving them, we need structures and we need gaps and all kind of interspaces. Where are we performing or making imprints, signs of our presence? How could we talk about movements and stories, our individual imprints and political and social signs in cities? What happen between all these kinds of spaces?

May be cities are also interspaces where movements are imprinted in a movable material? And on the other hand cities are projections for our thoughts and actions and movements and fictions about interspaces.

I am wondering how we could create space and rooms, buildings and surroundings for humans and communities, without boundaries. How could we built spaces that are real and only interspaces, without imprints of history and past? Where would such interspaces exist? I like the swarm of birds. The sky is their space. They are movable, they are a community and individuals at the same time. Their movement consists of single signals from each bird. The interspaces are the gaps between the birds. And they are communicating areas. – Birgit Szepanski

Museo del Lenguage (Language Museum) a project by Christians Luna

Friday 26th, 15:00 - 16:30 (photos by Surya Sonne + Sian Robinson Davies)

with Julia Kissig + Andreas Sell + Saskia Edens + Sian Robinson Davies + Surya Sonne (a pilgrimage in Berlin Mitte)

Tres turistas en Berlin

En dos lugares emblemáticos....

Solo Performance Program

Thursday 25th

Omar Puebla´s performance (photo by Jule Felice Frommelt)

Freitag, 26. November 2010

Solo Performance Program Thursday 25

Solo Performance Program

Thursday 25th, 20:00 - (photos by Carlos Leon-Xjimenez)

Sian Robinson Davies +
Andrea Saemann + Diego Chamy

Omar Puebla

Laura Mello + Leandro Tartaglia

Nicolas Y Galeazzi + Christians Luna

Alejandro Jaramillo

Elena Katz

Irene Izquierdo