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Picture: Laura Van Severen
Meg Stuart / Damaged Goods: Projecting [Space[
Picture: Laura Van Severen
Picture: Laura van Severen
Meg Stuart / Damaged Goods, Jeroen Peeters & Jozef Wouters: Projecting [Space[
Picture: Laura van Severen
Picture: Laura van Severen
Meg Stuart / Damaged Goods, Jeroen Peeters & Jozef Wouters: Projecting [Space[
Picture: Laura van Severen
Picture: Laura van Severen
Meg Stuart / Damaged Goods, Jeroen Peeters & Jozef Wouters: Projecting [Space[
Picture: Laura van Severen
Picture: Laura van Severen
Meg Stuart / Damaged Goods, Jeroen Peeters & Jozef Wouters: Projecting [Space[
Picture: Laura van Severen
Picture: Laura van Severen
Meg Stuart / Damaged Goods, Jeroen Peeters & Jozef Wouters: Projecting [Space[
Picture: Laura van Severen
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Meg Stuart / Damaged Goods, Jeroen Peeters & Jozef Wouters

Projecting [Space[

Imagine a nomadic tribe would travel from the future to today’s time to share their lore – the stories, songs and dances that reflect their ways of living together, of practicing labour, care and ritual. Would we look at today’s world with different eyes? Would we be spurred on to sensitize ourselves and experiment with spaces and situations of encounter?
These questions are brought to resonate in "Projecting [Space[," an in situ creation by Meg Stuart/Damaged Goods, dramaturge Jeroen Peeters and scenographer Jozef Wouters. After its premiere at Ruhrtriennale in 2017 the HAU-co-production will now finally come to Berlin as part of the season opening.
A motley group of artists, performers and technicians, the company Damaged Goods will take in the Reinbeckhallen in Oberschöneweide, alongside the river Spree. There they unfold precarious collective practices of meeting and making.

The presentations on 26.+28.–30.9. will take place as part of Berlin Art Week.


Further information:

Venue: Reinbeckhallen, Reinbeckstraße 17, 12459 Berlin

How to get there: from Alexanderplatz via BVG around 35 minutes – S45, S46 or S47 to S Schöneweide, various tram lines from there directly to Reinbeckhallen (stop: Firlstr.); from Alexanderplatz by car around 25 minutes

Box-office: open from one hour before the beginning at Reinbeckhallen (Reinbeckstraße 17, 12459 Berlin)
Past dates
September 2018, October 2018
120min
Choreographie
Meg Stuart
Dramaturgy
Jeroen Peeters
Scenography
Jozef Wouters
Created with and performed by
Jorge De Hoyos, Mor Demer, Márcio Kerber Canabarro, Roberto Martínez, Renan Martins de Oliveira, Sonja Pregrad, Mariana Tengner Barros, Sigal Zouk
Soundscapes and Installations
Vincent Malstaf
Double bass & Live-Electronics
Klaus Janek
Costume design & props
Sofie Durnez
Light design
Sandra Blatterer
Technical direction
Jitske Vandenbussche
Technical realization
Emmanuel Desmyter (light), Richard König (sound design)
Production management
Sandra Diris, Barbara Falter
Decoratelier
Menno Vandevelde
Production: Damaged Goods (Brussels), Ruhrtriennale. Co-production: HAU Hebbel am Ufer. In partnership with: PACT Zollverein (Essen). Funded within the framework of the Alliance of International Production Houses by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media. Supported by: Reinbeckhallen, NATIONALES PERFORMANCE NETZ Guest Performance Fund for Dance, which is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media as well as the Federal Ministries of Culture.