Kombiticket: n.b.k. / Tanas / HAU & Keren Cytter


n.b.k. / Tanas / HAU: The Unanswered Question. Iskele 2
Performanceprogramm mit Johanna Adebäck / Merve Ertufan, Mehtap Baydu, Sunah Choi, A K Dolven / John Giorno, Annika Kahrs, Jarosław Kozłowski, Ahmet Öǧüt, Superflex, Nasan Tur, Ute Wassermann u.a.

The political and cultural upheavals in Turkey and the neighbouring regions mark the occasion for a survey exhibition, co-ordinated by Neuer Berliner Kunstverein and the art space Tanas. It examines how the modernisation process of the last twenty years has affected aesthetic practice. Accompanying the exhibition, there will be an extensive performance programme at HAU Hebbel am Ufer. Artists and musicians from various generations will research the materiality of the in-between spaces – of transit – thus working out new perspectives on the relationship between viewer, work and space.

Keren Cytter: Show Real Drama

“Show Real Drama” watches two actors working on their show reel. Not having found any work since graduating, the two decide to direct and produce their own demo tape out of their favourite scenes. The performance shows their personal relationships and memories but also reality and faked drama. The performance is part of the exhibition “Denn alles was den Gesetzen des Verstandes und der Vernunft widerstreitet, ist freilich unmöglich”, which can be seen at Meinblau in Pfefferberg from September 20 to October 13.


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