13.11.2020 um 18:00

stadterweitern : Practicing what? | Salon

Salon II
“Practising what?”

With contributions from Alice Chauchat and Markus Bader.
Gabriele Reuter and Sabine Zahn will moderate the evening
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Guests include: Saskia Hebert, Andrea Keiz, Arantxa Martínez, Katja Münker, Sophia New, Martin Peschken, Daniel Belasco Rogers, Joshua Rutter, Benoît Verjat, Christian von Wissel and others.

At the end of the four-part Stadterweitern series of labs, the artistic team invites you to an extensive final salon. Together with artists and guests from the four five-day labs that took place from May to November 2020, conversations and acts will explore what practising involves from an urban and choreographic perspective. Where do they complement each other? What makes it possible, and how does it continue? The salon presents a collection of the traces, sketches, photos and scores from the experimental practice laboratories. Together, experts from these practices will explore the specific spaces of action for living and practising the city. How can the production of space be developed further from this basis?

As co-founder of raumlabor berlin in 1999, Markus Bader develops ideas and methods for better spaces and cities through an action-oriented approach.

Alice Chauchat develops, realises and facilitates a variety of forms and formats of choreographic work as well as spaces for collective and shared practice.

Gabriele Reuter is a choreographer, urban historian and Saloniére. Together with Susanne Martin she has created 13 salons for the practice of improvisation.

Sabine Zahn is a choreographer and urban researcher. Her work is generated in the connection between artistic research, art production, urban practice and participation with a focus on exchange processes between bodies and environments.

Tickets 9,- / reduced 7,-  Euro via Eventbrite: Link folgt

Photo: Constanze Flamme

 

Dates

13.11.2020
Time
18:00

Venue

CLB Berlin
Aufbau Haus am Moritzplatz
Berlin
10969 Deutschland

Organizer

CLB Berlin & stadterweitern