Ana Borralho & João Galante


Part of "Männlich Weiß Hetero"



The audience is confronted with performers whose exposed bodies question definitions of what it means to be male and female. Sitting face-to-face while listening to love songs, the viewer establishes a very intimate and direct relationship with the performers. In a voyeuristic game, the audience is free to watch the performance for an undetermined period of time. The performers will be cast from a workshop that Ana Borralho and João Galante will be holding in Berlin.   
Call for participants


Konzept & künstlerische Leitung: Ana Borralho & João Galante / Performance: Soma Boronkay, Sarah Bouars, Pedro Vieira da Costa Filho, Marcela Donato, Gregori Homa, Thomas Kellner, Moo Kim, Neele Ruckdeschel, Julian Schnorr, Louise Trueheart, Maddy White, Marie Zwinzscher / Konzept Make-Up: Jorge Bragada / Make-Up Artists: Jorge Bragada, Simona Seiffert, Luzie Milena Weigelt / Sound: João Galante / Live-Musik: Boram Lie, Yodfat Miron / Assistenz: André Uerba


  • Past
    Fri 24.4.2015, 21:30 / HAU2
    Sat 25.4.2015, 21:30 / HAU2

#Männlich Weiß Hetero 


Production: casaBranca. Coproduction: Culturgest, Festival Temps d’Images. With support from Face Off, Land, Eira, JGM und RE.AL. Financed by DGA/ MC – Direcção Gerald as Artes / Ministério da Cultura.


Hallesches Ufer 34, 10963 Berlin

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