Zero and one. It started out so simply. Now we’re asking ourselves where it all leads. Do Google and Facebook serve the world community or do they control it? Where is the digital utopia in the dystopic scenarios of the future? »Feeding Back« runs through the reciprocal effects of the digital world in real time and the performers, unplugged, negotiate more than the dynamics of the networks. The audience themselves are also protagonists as well as the subcutaneous rules of the game for the evening. They all work like digital algorithms. What do zeros and ones make out of our public spirit? What is actually happening here?
Production: shifts - art in movement
Co-production: Le Phare, Centre chorégraphique national du Havre Normandie, management: Emmanuelle Vo-Dinh; Le CCN - Ballet de Lorraine - Accueil Studio 2018/2019; fabrik Potsdam: artists in residence; Tanzfabrik Berlin
Supported by Hauptstadtkulturfonds Berlin and supported by means of the French Ministère de la Culture - Direction Régionale des Affaires Culturelles de Normandie and the region Normandie
Artistically by and with: Malgven Gerbes & David Brandstätter, Raphael Hillebrand, Hyoung-Min Kim, Sebastian Elias Kurth, Aline Landreau, Heike Albrecht, Brendan Dougherty, Uwe Gössel, Ruth Waldeyer | Organised by: Clara Debour, Ann-Christin Görtz, Alix Pellet