What does it take to cross a border? I 21.-24.2.2019 I ifa-Galerie Berlin

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 A performance and workshop programme on borders, bodies and performance

 

For the lecture-free period we recommend the series of events What does it take to cross a border? at the ifa Galerie Berlin with artistic performances, installations, talks and workshops on borders, body and movement. The project is curated by Sandra Noeth (professor at MA SODA); Thomas Plischke (professor at BA Dance/Context/Choreography) and Kike García Gil (student at BA Dance/Context/Choreography) are also artistically involved.

 

What does it mean, and what does it take, to cross a border? How do we experience borders, both spatially and physically – on an everyday basis and when we leave familiar terrain? Which actions and movements do we associate with borders?

 

The ifa Gallery Berlin presents a four-day event programme addressing the experience of borders from the perspective of bodies. Through a series of performances, original artistic contributions and workshops, a group of international artists will ask participants to examine how borders are created, engendered and negotiated by physical, choreographic and sensory strategies and processes, but also how we can understand and redefine them through physical experience. The programme will be complemented by talks and conversational formats.

 

In the accompanying Education Lab, pupils from the Bettina-von-Arnim High School in Reinickendorf will explore borders within the context of the school: Which patterns of movement are encoded in the realm of the school? Which actions, behaviours and structures influence physical experiences? Is there room for manoeuvre? Which paths do these invisible borders follow? And can they be redrawn?    

 

With: deufert&plischke, Anne Juren, QUARTO (Anna af Sillén de Mesquita and Leandro Zappala), Farah Saleh and Mischa Leinkauf. Education Lab: Gregor Kasper, Rosanna Lovell, Moritz Scheuermann, Jorinde Splettstößer.

Curated by Prof. Sandra Noeth and Annika Niemann.

Assistance: Vera Laube.

 

All performances are free of charge and open to everyone – first come, first served. An accompanying reader will be available in the ifa-Galerie Berlin from February.Workshop spaces are limited, please register for the workshops with Anne Juren, QUARTO and Farah Saleh via: Ev Fischer at ifa-Galerie Berlin, email fischer@ifa.de,

 

 

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