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Picture: Dorothea Tuch

Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Bubble Palace
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Bubble Palace
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Bubble Palace
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Picture: Dorothea Tuch

Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Bubble Palace
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
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Logo of the Hebbel am Ufer

Boy Division, Migrantpolitans, One Mother, Queereoké, Shkoon, Uschi Geller Experience

Bubble Palace

Part of "Claiming Common Spaces"

21.06. / 22:00 / HAU2
Shkoon: Concert
Oriental Slow House / Afterwards: Oriental Karaoke
Bubble Palace opens at 20:30 / Admission free (limited capacity)

22.06. / 21:30 / HAU2
One Mother: Concert
Afterwards: Queereeoké
Bubble Palace opens at 18:00 / Admission free (limited capacity)

23.06. / 20:00 / HAU2
Boy Division: Concert
Bubble Palace opens at 18:00 / Admission free (limited capacity)
A temporary, hedonistic, and inflatable installation at the site of the former Postbank next to HAU2 fuses different formats that not only proclaim solidarity, but also practice it: those who are ostracized from today’s majority society spring to action and open up a room for encounter where ecstasy and community become possible. In this Bubble Palace, club culture, self-empowerment, and post- or neo-migrant formats merge to form an organic togetherness. Anas Aboura’s Oriental Karaoke transports the mood of karaoke bars in pre-war Damascus to Berlin: the queer karaoke Queereeoké liberates the soul—singing and armed with glitter and liqueur—from its troubled normalcy. In addition, each evening offers live music and DJ-sets: the oriental Slow House duo Shkoon musically combines the orient and occident; Boy Division and One Mother bring together anarcho-punk, politics, sex, a megaphone, and heavy beats.


Venue: forecourt Hallesches Ufer 60, 10963 Berlin (Outdoor)
Past dates
June 2018
With
Anas Aboura, Boy Division, Dancing Sven, Danny Banany, One Mother (Preach, Natascha P.), Shkoon, Renate Stahl
Concept / Dramaturgy
Nadine Jessen, Melanie Zimmermann
Architects
Prof. Bernd Kniess, Adrian Judt, Kai-Michael Dietrich and Christian Scheler
Production: Kampnagel Hamburg. Funded by: Elbkulturfonds der Kulturbehörde Hamburg and Rudolf Augstein Stiftung.

"Claiming Common Spaces" - A project by the Alliance of International Production Houses, funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.