zusammen... 
Another view on Wasteland

Innerhalb des
 → EuroLatinPerformanceProjekt 2010, kuratiert von Harm Lux, zeigten Birgit Szepanski & Friends einen experimentellen Spaziergang als Stadtführung mit interventionen, eine Diskussionsrunde und eine 20 − minütige visuell−akustische und szenische Installation am 26.11.2010 im Freien Museum Berlin zum Thema "Another View On Wastelands"... .

Die Friends: Cécile Belmont, Sandra Topan, Stephan Weitzel, Patrick Jambon, Sascha Lukac... in Kooperation mit den lateinamerikanischen PerformerInnen.


Das EuroLatinPerformanceProjekt ist ein vielfältiges Programm aus Einzel− und Gruppenaktionen im städtischen Raum Berlins, das zuvor in Basel, Zürich und Hannover tourte. Im Freien Museum Berlin waren verschiedene Präsentationen der Aktionen zu sehen und zu hören. Kommunikative Felder zwischen allen Beteiligten − KünstlerInnen und Publikum − sind entfaltet und produziert worden.

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Wasteland ... Brachland ... terreno baldio ... le terrain vague ...
An experimental City-Talk with Birgit Szepanski and Friends: Cécile Belmont, Sandra Topan, Stephan Weitzel, Patrick Jambon and Sascha Lukac

Themes and questions: How could we tell stories about a city? What will happen between you and me and my friends in this urban situation? What happened here years before and in the past? What kind of place is this place? What kind of views will grow in our mind, after leaving this place? Or in a more abstract way: What are the influences that influence our ways of thinking, talking and acting? We are living in structures and try to leaving them, we need structures and we need gaps and all kind of interspaces. Where are we performing or making imprints, signs of our presence? How could we talk about movements and stories, our individual imprints and political and social signs in cities? What happen between all these kinds of spaces? May be cities are also interspaces where movements are imprinted in a movable material? And on the other hand cities are projections for our thoughts and actions and movements and fictions about interspaces. I am wondering how we could create space and rooms, buildings and surroundings for humans and communities, without boundaries. How could we built spaces that are real and only interspaces, without imprints of history and past? Where would such interspaces exist? I like the swarm of birds. The sky is their space. They are movable, they are a community and individuals at the same time. Their movement consists of single signals from each bird. The interspaces are the gaps between the birds. And they are communicating areas.

The Text is written by Birgit Szepanski
 
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