Best of 100° Berlin 2015


German / Time slots / 60min

Magical moments enrich our lives, inspire us with resonance and open up new and broad horizons. When our surroundings are suddenly revealed in their urbanity and ordinariness to be a sensual realm of possibility, when we catch a glimpse of ourselves in others and bodies transform into a medium of time, an imaginary space is revealed far from the institution, which combines origin and present and sets the eternal cycle of bliss into motion. 

With finesse and precision we are lured onto the surreal playground of identities, we encounter strange souls as the flip image of past and future and travel to the axis of time in parallel worlds of the senses. With his audiowalk “AliceD – There is no time for this” Bruno Pilz has dared to propose a utopia that lets the subject become a mirror of community –effortlessly producing magic on the way. 

100°-jury verdict.

The winners of 100° 2015 are "**better triggers**" by ASMR yourself Agency (HAU1), the audio-walk “AliceD" by Bruno Pilz (HAU2) and “Dolphin_who_loved_me" by Szpecht/ Adamczak (HAU3). Congratulations! On 30 and 31 March the productions will be presented at HAU once more as "Best of 100°".

All Best of 100° productions can be booked seperately. With the Best of 100° combined ticket you have access to all three performances, available at the box office (13€, concessions 8€).


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