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Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Die Parade der Maulwürfe by Philippe Quesne
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Die Parade der Maulwürfe by Philippe Quesne
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Die Parade der Maulwürfe by Philippe Quesne
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Die Parade der Maulwürfe by Philippe Quesne
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Die Parade der Maulwürfe by Philippe Quesne
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Die Parade der Maulwürfe by Philippe Quesne
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
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Philippe Quesne

The Parade of the Moles

Part of the Festival "The Mole Keeps on Digging. Animals / Politics / Performance"

START: 4pm, Am Lustgarten 1, 10178 Berlin

Moles, keeping out of sight from humans, are simultaneously present and not-present through their holes and mounds. At the start of "The Mole Keeps on Digging. Animals / Politics / Performance" a horde of gigantic tunnel diggers leave their familiar biotope, making its way through the city in processions in “The Parade of the Moles”. Personifying a secretive world, the nearly blind animals, brought to Berlin by Philippe Quesne, take over public space to reveal what humans cannot perceive. All Berliners are invited to follow along!
Past dates
September 2017
ca. 60 min
Production: Nanterre-Amandiers, Centre dramatique national with support of Fondation Hermès as part of the programme “New Settings“. Co-production: Steirischer Herbst (Graz), Kunstenfestivaldesarts (Brussels), Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne, La Filature – Scène nationale (Mulhouse), Künstlerhaus Mousonturm (Frankfurt a. M.), Théâtre National de Bordeaux Aquitaine, Kaaitheater (Brüssel), Centre d’art Le Parvis – Tarbes, NXTSTP – Cultural Programm of the EU. With the kind support of Institut français as part of “Frankfurt auf Französisch – Frankreich Ehrengast der Frankfurter Buchmesse 2017“. Supported within the framework of the Alliance of International Production Houses by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.