2 – 13 June 2021 in Cologne, Düsseldorf, Mülheim an der Ruhr + Online
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11:00–12:15, SHOWCASE, phone call + video conference (SOLD OUT)
SAMARA HERSCH
BODY OF KNOWLEDGE (AT HOME)

13:00–14:15, SHOWCASE, phone call + video conference (SOLD OUT)
SAMARA HERSCH
BODY OF KNOWLEDGE (AT HOME)


18:00–20:00, CITY PROJECT, Ringlokschuppen Ruhr
CLUB REAL: THE GREAT DIVIDE (DIE GROSSE SCHERE)

THE UNVEILING


00:00–24:00, SHOWCASE, hyperlink installation
DARUM
404-TOTLINK

00:00–24:00, SHOWCASE, video on demand
TANJA KRONE & FRIEDRICH GREILING (MITTEKILL)
MIT ECHTEN SINGEN

00:00–24:00, SHOWCASE, video on demand
SIBYLLE PETERS

LOVE, HETERACLUB, GRÜSSE AUS DEM TRAININGSCAMP

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What does it look like when you go to the theatre online at home? With theatre auditoria empty, the place of the spectator has shifted to the private domain. Inside theatres, the empty space has swapped sides. The audience is elsewhere – sitting in front of screens in their living rooms or with laptops in the office or on mobile phones in the garden.

Until now the variety of these arrangements has remained mostly unseen – but we want to change that together with you! Document the festival, the events of our time, the twinning of personal and theatrical space! Show your position!

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Learning from Lockdown?

The publication is mainly in German. It includes two texts in English by Diya Naidu und Mbene Mbunga Mwambeneare.

Since March 2020 the theatre has spent most of the time in lockdown. On one hand, the cultural lockdown has exposed problems that were already known about or could have been foreseen. On the other hand, it has also heightened awareness of theatre’s unique nature as an art of assembly and encounters and provoked solidary action and unexpected solutions. So: what now? Can we learn also learn something from this crisis? How do we want to continue afterwards?

The publication brings together contributions from independent theatremakers and those in positions of responsibility from the worlds of culture and politics on the insights, ideas and demands that they have gained from the coronavirus crisis. Its themes range from funding policy and a social safety-net through the fundamental right to artistic freedom and digital access to the vulnerability of the body in the theatre space.

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