In the organizer's words:
In the form of a choreographic migration away from representative theater spaces, the interdisciplinary project Terrestrial Transit explores the critical potential of improvisational practice. In light of the rise of right-wing authoritarian politics and against the backdrop of political protests, especially in Hungary and Poland, the ensemble tests alternative modes of participation and collaboration, of exchange and storytelling.
The evenings at DOCK 11 mark the end of their journey, which began in the Sophiensaele, took them to the Brandenburg residence Ponderosa, via Szczecin to the Polish Baltic Sea, and was accompanied by filmmaker Stella Horta. In an installative and durational setting, dance improvisation, video, sound, autobiographical memories and historical events flow into each other, opening up questions about the potential of improvisational practice, participation and resistance.
This content has been machine translated.
10.00 - 15.00€ Durational performance; Admission continuous