Houseclub presents: Ibrahim Quraishi

Hier gibt's harte Kost


Presentation: 27.9.2013 at WAU Re-run: 12.4.2014 (part of the festival „We like China and China likes us”) 

The performance Hier gibt's harte Kost had its premiere in September 2013 as a HOUSECLUB presentation by Ibrahim Quraishi and the students from the Hector Peterson School. Ibrahim Quraishi was a guest of the HOUSECLUB, working and researching with the young people on the topic of the self-portrait. They tell their own stories, trying out the effects of various performance strategies and different media. Using the research material collected, they created a performative installation, which can be seen once again in a new performance in the context of “We like China and China likes us”.



Class 10 of the Hector Peterson School under the direction of Benita Bandow

The performance was created in the framework of the project “We like China and China likes us” – a TANZFONDS PARTNER project.


With: 10. Jahrgang der Hector-Peterson-Schule / Müci, Emilio, Khadija, Osman, Dayo, Melike, Medine, Demet / Concept: Ibrahim Quraishi / Image: Diego Agulló / Sound: Alan Abrahams / Performer: Lan Hungh / Project management school: Benita Bandow / Houseclub-Team: Khaled Sleiman, Lisa Siegel, Ciprian Marinescu


  • Past
    Fri 27.9.2013, 14:00 / HAU2


Hallesches Ufer 34, 10963 Berlin

Ground floor access. Barrier-free restroom facilities are available

Hallesches Ufer 34, 10963 Berlin

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