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Wednesday
Sep092015

Invitation – 3rd Industry Get-Together of the Independent Performing Arts Community

Invitation – 3rd Industry Get-Together of the Independent Performing Arts Community
October 8 - 10, 2015

at TAK Theater im Aufbau Haus and Aufbau Haus   ZTB Program

Collective positioning #1 denial - ZTB Program

Taking advantage of the industry meeting, where optimization of processes and productive networking are looked-for, we find it an ideal background for staging an attempt to evade the mandates of productivity. We set out to collectively waste time... to "hesitate", to "fail",  to "do nothing".

 

Friday, 9.10. and Saturday 10.10., 10-5 pm - temporary library  (all languages)

During the entire period of the industry meeting we open a library with a reading corner / speaker's corner. We are assembling books and texts on the subject of idleness, negative performance, denial of relevance, silence, passivity... to be browsed, but also to read and/or discuss.

 

Saturday, October 10th, 10 am - 1 pm practice (English)

1 physical awareness – Sonja Augart

2. YES, I can't. Philosophical strategies to survive in the society.

Lecture and workshop - Dr. Alice Lagaay

3. open discussion - Annette von Zwoll

 The choreographic radio will be present during the entire event and will do recordings for a coming broadcast.

 

Shout out to all participants to loan books and articles for the library!

During the industry meeting, the ZTB e.V. is taking up the topic of denial and considering it from different perspectives. A temporary library with texts and books on idleness, negative performance, denial of relevance, silence, passivity will be assembled... within the context of the workshop held on Saturday. If you have material that you would like to make available for the others or you would like to read it out loud and discuss it, you can bring and share. For the temporary library, an extra space is built, and is constantly supervised, so the books can be returned to their owners.

Admission is free of charge. We do ask you to register by October 1 at www.pap-berlin.de/bt. You can also always find the most up-to-date schedule of events via this link.

Tuesday
Sep082015

Choreographic Radio presents the quest for the Fantastic Institute

Broadcast of The Choreographic Radio about the big meeting of HowDoWeWorkIt - Summer 2015

http://www.radio-on-berlin.com/

 

Online now - check the Schedule on the website!!!

 

Saturday
Aug292015

Collective positioning # denail - ZTB e.V. - Industry gathering of freelance performing arts 2015


Industry gathering

Industry gathering of freelance performing arts 2015

8-10 October 2015 at TAK theatre, Aufbau Haus

Prinzenstrasse 85 F

10969 Berlin  

 

ZTB Program

Collective positioning #1 denial

Taking advantage of the industry meeting, where optimization of processes and productive networking are looked-for, we find it an ideal background for staging an attempt to evade the mandates of productivity. We set out to collectively waste time... to "hesitate", to "fail",  to "do nothing".

 

Friday, 9.10. and Saturday 10.10., 10-5 pm - temporary library  (all languages)

During the entire period of the industry meeting we open a library with a reading corner / speaker's corner. We are assembling books and texts on the subject of idleness, negative performance, denial of relevance, silence, passivity... to be browsed, but also to read and/or discuss.

 

 Saturday, October 10th, 10 am - 1 pm practice (English)

1. physical awareness – Sonja Augart

2. YES, I can't. Philosophical strategies to survive in the society.

Lecture and workshop - Dr. Alice Lagaay

3. open discussion - Annette von Zwoll

The choreographic radio will be present during the entire event and will do recordings for a coming broadcast.


Shout out to all participants to loan books and articles for the library!

During the industry meeting, the ZTB e.V. is taking up the topic of denial and considering it from different perspectives. A temporary library with texts and books on idleness, negative performance, denial of relevance, silence, passivity will be assembled... within the context of the workshop held on Saturday. If you have material that you would like to make available for the others or you would like to read it out loud and discuss it, you can bring and share. For the temporary library, an extra space is built, and is constantly supervised, so the books can be returned to their owners.

Thursday
Jun112015

Trailer 'Modal Verbs'

http://tanzforumberlin.de/trailer794.php

 

 

Friday
May012015

Modal Verbs - Solo-performance by Jasna L. Vinovrski

MODAL VERBS
I must, I should, I may, I can, I will and I want

Solo-performance by Jasna L. Vinovrski
8-10 May 2015, 7 PM - Uferstudios Berlin (D)

Free admission - please reserve your ticket in advance: ticket.modalverbs@gmail.com

Modal verbs are the modes of being through which the Being lives itself. - Giorgio Agambe
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Modal verbs are playing a fundamental role in structuring our culture, expressing modalities such as ability (can), necessity (must), permission (may), obligation (should), contingency (might, could) etc. Although we are using these words in a simple way, without giving much attention to it, those words are in fact powerful operational devices. Not only as a matter of speech, but in a very concrete and physical way, these words are shaping the experience of ourselves - in different modes such as: to be possible, to be necessary, to be forbidden, to be contingent and so on. At the border of speech, language and physical articulation through the body, choreographer and performer Jasna L. Vinovrski explores these different states of being in a pure minimalist setting.

Concept, choreography & performance: Jasna L. Vinovrski Dramaturgy: Katja von der Ropp Artistic collaboration: Sonja Augart Assistance Set-design: Clément Layes Light: Martin Beeretz PR & production: björn & björn
A production by Public in Private / Jasna L. Vinovrski. Funded by the Governing Mayor of Berlin - Senat's Chancellery - Cultural Affairs. Supported by Platforma HR/Prix JDE Labo, LLB and Flutgraben.org <http://flutgraben.org/> .

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