Programme

Antonia Baehr / Jule Flierl

Draw My Breath

Afterwards: Artist Talk with Margarita Tsomou

DialoguePerformance

German / English / 

Ein Finger mit rotem Nagellack in Nahaufnahme.

The choreographers Antonia Baehr and Jule Flierl invite you to attend an online lecture performance about the absence of a performance project. They ask the audience about the life and shadows of an artwork that no one can see. Does a performance cast its shadows into the past, as a written score, or into the future, in the archving? Or does the performance come to life in the imagination? “Draw My Breath” deals with breath, signs and science fiction and explores the boundaries of the live moment.

Cast

Concept, artistic direction & performance: Antonia Baehr, Jule Flierl / Artist Talk: Margarita Tsomou / Text: Mars Dietz / Coaching: Anna Nowicka / Production & administration: Alexandra Wellensiek/ make up productions / the work is partly inspired by the "maps of dreaming practice" by Anna Nowicka

Dates

  • Past
    Premiere
    Sat 10.4.2021, 20:00 / HAU4
    Sun 11.4.2021, 20:00 / HAU4
Notes:

Attention: No admission after 20:10.
Please have paper and coloured pens ready. You will also need a webcam and sometimes an (integrated) microphone.

Credits

Production: make up productions.
Co-production: HAU Hebbel am Ufer.
Funded by: Hauptstadtkulturfonds.
Supported by: Theaterhaus Berlin Mitte.
Thanks to: Christina Anger, Mars Dietz, Ernestine Müller-Loeffelholz, Galerie ChertLüdde.

Location

HAU4
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