PHOTO: © (c) Jörg Baumann

Sonne (Doris Uhlich)

You cannot miss this event.
In the organizer's words:

It takes around eight and a half minutes for sunlight to reach our planet. The sun works non-stop to provide the light and warmth without which there would be no life on the earth's surface. It is loved and revered for this. Increasingly, however, it is also perceived as threatening or portrayed as aggressive. Yet the sun itself only looks on impotently at the heating, fires and burns that it causes in times of anthropogenic climate change.

"Sun" is the second part of Doris Uhlich's melancholy trilogy. Together with a child, ten-year-old Romy Nagl, the Austrian choreographer and dancer dedicates a sun show to the celestial body that illuminates almost everyone and everything and can both enable and destroy existences, in which she combines physical, artistic and cultural-historical dimensions.

Duration: 70 min.
Language: German and English
for everyone aged 16 and over

Note on sensory stimuli:
Scenes with lots of fog and strong light effects

08.03. Discussion afterwards

Touch tour and audio description

- Live audio description in German for blind and visually impaired viewers, preceded by a tactile tour.
- The tactile tour starts at 7 p.m. and lasts approx. 30 minutes. The meeting point is in front of the entrance to the auditorium.
- You can obtain the receivers and headphones for the audio description from the front of house staff at the entrance to the auditorium.
- Please let us know via or + 49 (0) 1590 184 70 05 if you would like to take advantage of the audio description & tactile tour.

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Price information:

Solidary price system (freely selectable): € 7 / € 11 / € 20 / € 35


Künstler*innenhaus Mousonturm Waldschmidtstraße 4 60316 Frankfurt am Main

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