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Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Between Sirens by Jeremy Wade
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Between Sirens by Jeremy Wade
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Between Sirens by Jeremy Wade
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Between Sirens by Jeremy Wade
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Between Sirens by Jeremy Wade
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Between Sirens by Jeremy Wade
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Between Sirens by Jeremy Wade
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Between Sirens by Jeremy Wade
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
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Jeremy Wade

Between Sirens

Last November Jeremy Wade, together with James Leadbitter, organized the three-day symposium “Take Care,” presented within the festival “No Limits.” It offered lectures, performances, talks, and different perspectives concerning care. Jeremy Wade returns to HAU now with a new trio work following those lines of research. He reacts to the erosion of care in a world that has increasingly become a drone of untenable violence, environmental degradation and grotesquely exploitative economic abstraction. Between TV show, mourning ritual and laboratory for political imagination, Wade and his fellow campaigners Olympia Bukkakis and Mmakgosi Kgabi work with queer-feminist strategies to cope with the violent present, making some space to re-feel and dream otherwise about omni-directional support amidst the global chorus of crisis.
Past dates
February 2018
English
Concept & Choreography
Jeremy Wade
Performers
Olympia Bukkakis, Mmakgosi Kgabi, Jermey Wade
Stage design
Julian Weber
Costume design
Lydia Sonderegger
Music
COOL FOR YOU (Vika Kirchenbauer)
Light design
Maika Knoblich
Author & Dramaturgy
Allison Wiltshire
Dramaturgical advice
Katerina Kokkinos-Kennedy
Set collaboration
Jonas Maria Droste
Costume assistance
Lysandre Coutu-Sauvé
Press & Production
björn & björn
Premiere 9 Feb 2018
Production: Jeremy Wade. Co-produktion: HAU Hebbel am Ufer, Gessnerallee (Zürich). Supported by: Hauptstadtkulturfonds and the Senate Department for Culture and Europe.