Workshop presentation


Jeremy Wade and students of the Hector-Peterson-school of the Lina-Morgenstern-school


Jeremy Wade and students from Hector-Peterson-Schule and Lina-Morgenstern-Schule present the film: We Turn Sugar Into Dreams.

Since September 2012, Jeremy Wade has been residing in the HOUSECLUB. Starting from the term globalization, he and the young people pose the question: What are we made up of? What is community made up of? How do we situate ourselves in the world? The inspiration for the work comes from the perfectly coordinated mass gymnastics seen at the North Korean Arirang Festival, which are participated in by several thousand people. What is the value of the individual in a mass, which in turn cannot exist without every individual? Jeremy Wade is using large flags to work with the students on a flag dance, and then, in the final stage of the project, the HOUSECLUB will be transformed into a huge film set, in which the young people will shoot a biting black comedy on the topic of globalization.



  • Past
    Wed 7.11.2012, 14:00 / HAU3


Tempelhofer Ufer 10, 10963 Berlin

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