10. October 2020, 17:15 Uhr
What do an overgrown amusement park and the everyday wilderness of Wedding on a so-called bank have in common?
The attempt to superimpose the motion mapping of the Spreepark „…Wie ein Vogel zu fliegen - der Spree-parkscore“ with the surroundings of the Uferstudios is both exercise and test.
The map was developed from a participatory research 2019 in the Spreepark. Together with draftsman and architect Lukas Hamilcaro, a graphic system was designed from the filtered impressions of the workshop participants and performers, which is a poetic instruction to explore the park through physical attention. But not only. The map should be applicable in different situations and places. Ufer-Stadt-Park is the test whether this applicability can be successful. So we will use the map together with the performers of the Spreeparkproject as a roadmap to dive into the surroundings of the Uferstudios and to observe which interpretations are necessary and which manouvres possible.
Important: Please leave your bag, clothes or anything else that might prevent you from moving at the meeting point. Your things will be kept safe.
The performance takes place as part of the Campaign module of "Attention Dance II", a project of Tanzbüro Berlin, supported by the Verein Zeitgenössischer Tanz Berlin e.V. The project is funded by the European Fund for Regional Development (EFRE) and the Senate Department for Culture and Europe from 2018-2021.
Sabine Zahn, Gabriele Reuter und David Kummer
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Note: The free ticket also allows access to the courtyard performances.