dgtl fmnsm / HAU

FACE Your Demons

Workshop series and desktop show for everyone aged 16 and up
Part of “FACE”

There is also the possibility for a limited number of participants to take part in the workshop on-site at HAU.

Register until November 15 by sending an email to


German /  German Sign Language / 

Abstract painting with mainly orange tones and shapes.

The interactive workshop series “FACE” experiments with the self-determined and political use of current and future technologies. In the sixth and final edition “FACE Your Demons”, the dgtl fmnsm team, together with artist Andara Shastika, explores the connection between monsters, ghosts and technology from a feminist and postcolonial perspective.


  • Past
    Thu 18.11.2021, 18:00 / HAU3 + HAU4
To the event on HAU4

You can ask questions and register until November 15 by sending an email to

The workshop will be translated into DGS.


Supported within the framework of the Alliance of International Production Houses by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.


Tempelhofer Ufer 10, 10963 Berlin

HAU3 unfortunately is not barrier-free. Access to the theatre is via a stairwell (3rd floor). The use of a lift is possible with prior arrangement. If you need help, please contact our Ticketing & Service team at +49 (0)30 259004-27 or email us at Wheelchair users are also kindly requested to register their attendance at least one day before the performance.
Thank you for your understanding.

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