2019-12-29, 18:00–21:00, Art-and-Play Installation
There will be individual shows from 5 to 10 minutes for 1 spectator at a time of the following pieces:
BLODEUWEDD (Blod-day-weth) Experience the story of a mystical woman made of flowers, told for you alone with handmade miniature puppets. Part of an ancient legend from Wales, Blodeuwedd is a tale of identity, hardship and free will.
With: Owain Griffiths, Hannah Morris
Dideldum: We are full of memories. Memories of sounds, songs, voices, faces, events, smells and people. Memories pile up, branch out and yet they belong together. All these memories define us, define who we were and who we actually are. But what happens when forgetting threatens us, when our everyday life suddenly seems alien to us, when our minds flutter away and we cannot think clearly anymore? What remains of us?
With: Eva-Maria Schneider
The Abyss: A small glimpse into an archive of fear and nightmares. Within their participative installations “Private Dreams & Public Nightmares” Jan Jedenak and Jonas Klinkenberg invite their audience to get in touch with different forms of fear and reflect on nightmares, their own fears and the fears within our society. During different experiments those things are documented. This Lambe, built by Jonas Klinkenberg, allows a glimpse into the archive of fear – with a small touch of Poe and Lovecraft and bits of an old radio feature. Open your eyes and dive into the depth of nightmares and get to know different perspectives on what scares us. Look into the abyss.
With: Jonas Klinkenberg, Jan Jedenak
Anasyrma Temple: Come, get rid of your sorrows, leave all your worries behind. Dive into the universe of Anasyrma Temple and be healed!
With: Dana Sinaida Ersing