Programme

Houseclub presents: L.A.MUELLER

It’s a battlefield, baby!

With students from Hector Peterson School

Part of the festival "Berlin bleibt"

InstallationPerformance

German / 

The city is still being fought over, above all in Kreuzberg. Sure, it belongs to everyone, but who are they all? Are they the investors, the landlords, the homeowners, the tenants, the politicians? And what does “belonging” mean? If you are a renter, are you then allowed to say: “It is my flat” or: “It is my city”? What about if you can’t afford the rent anymore and you have to move to another neighbourhood or even another city? Together with the students from the Hector Peterson School, the collective L. A. Müller is looking into the question of whom Berlin belongs to. How can we “fight” for Berlin, and what does it mean to put up resistance? And what would Kreuzberg actually look like if no one had ever fought for it?

Cast

By and with students: Acelya Sögüt, Ahmad Khalifa, Alisa-Thalia Sahin, Arzu Akkurt, Caner Bas, Chantal Keller, Ciwan Tasci, David Amin Weber, Omar Abdelwahab, Luay Abou-Dabous, Mohammad Assaid, Musa Durmaz, Sarah Mulzof, Sude Özcan, Tarkan Taskiran, Tibelya Teber, Viktor Tar / Artistic direction: L.A.MÜLLER: Ruschka Steininger, Benjamin Krieg, Anna Heilgemeir / Project management school: Benita Bandow / Artistic collaboration: Leonie Schramm, Hiyam Biary

Dates

  • Past
    Festival Opening
    Thu 26.9.2019, 18:00 / former post office (Hallesches Ufer 60)
    Fri 27.9.2019, 11:00 / former post office (Hallesches Ufer 60)

Credits

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

Location

former post office (Hallesches Ufer 60)
Hallesches Ufer 60, 10963 Berlin

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