Programme

HAU4: The digital stage

from 2.7., 19:00

Kadir “Amigo” Memiş

Opferschicht − Scars and Names

Part of “Berlin bleibt #3

Inspired by the “Jazzstylecorner” movement and Berlin's graffiti scene, choreographer Kadir Amigo Memiş has been working at the intersection of writing and dance since 2005. In the dance performance “Opferschicht”, he examines the urban cultural practice of “Scratchiti” – etching statements onto city surfaces – and combines it with special “popping” techniques.

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from 18.6., 19:00

Jota Mombaça

The Birth of Urana Remix

Jota Mombaça in her video work envisions a body that transcends colonial binaries and expedient figurations of gender, sexuality and humanness which keep us separated from the natural world.

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from 15.6.

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Loulu

The smartphone app “Loulu” invites the players to take part in an interactive fiction. The single player game makes manipulation tactics and attempts to shift the discourse by new right-wing networks tangible and demonstrates that social platforms on the internet can be the perfect breeding ground for targeted radicalization.

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from 11.6., 19:00

Ligia Lewis & Moritz Freudenberg

Still Not Still (scenes for camera)

Full of dark humour and surrealist imagery, Ligia Lewis’ new work “Still Not Still” evokes with poetic force a unique theatrical language, disrupting any fantasy of historical progress. The choreographic composition for seven performers deals with the centuries-old and ongoing exclusions of black and non-white people from the historical record.

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from 23.6., 20:00

Forced Entertainment

How the Time Goes – Episode 1–7

Emerging from the delirious limbo of lockdown the just over five hours long online performance “How the Time Goes” – each episode lasts between 25 and 60 minutes − features Forced Entertainment in improvised Zoom-interactions with the pianist Marino Formenti, from separate locations including Sheffield, Berlin, rural France, London, Vienna and Budapest.

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HAUthek – still available

MIMIMI Space Berlin 2020: Racism in Dance Between Life and Stage

Ricardo de Paula

HAUthek

HAU4: The digital stage

The online programme has been a core part of HAU Hebbel am Ufer since March 2020. Also in the new season the “analogue” performance venues will be supplemented with an equivalent digital stage, now called HAU4.

Trailer & still: NewfrontEars