Nina Mühlemann & Noa Winter

Symposium “Explodierende Zeiten, ver_rückte Räume: Disability Art & Crip Spacetime”

Integrated audio description / German Sign Language / Relaxed Performance

Part of "NO LIMITS Festival Berlin"


German / English / With German simultaneous translation / With English simultaneous translation / 

Disability can be an incalculable and unpredictable quantity because it affects our relationship with time and space. This relationship to space and time, which does not correspond to the social norms - "Crip Spacetime" - is likewise reflected in the works of disabled artists. In lectures, workshops and roundtable discussions, the symposium will explore this influence of non-normative perceptions and physicalities on our lives: How do disabled artists use their own experiences to develop unique artistic practices and aesthetics in relation to crip spacetime, so-called "Crip Aesthetics"?


  • Past
    Thu 14.11.2019, 14:30 / HAU2
    Fri 15.11.2019, 10:00 / HAU2

For blind and visually impaired visitors, we offer an audio description (AD) for some performances. AD provides access to the visual elements – e.g. costumes, scenery, actions and movements – through a live audio track. Headphones will be available at the foyer of each venue. Some productions come with an integrated AD.

For the following events we offer a translation into German Sign Language (DGS):
- Nina Mühlemann & Noa Winter „Symposium ‚Explodierende Zeiten, ver_rückte Räume: Disability Art & Crip Spacetime”

Relaxed Performances are aimed at everyone who feels more comfortable in a relaxed environment. The audience space is not completely dark. Strobe light, abrupt changes of light and sudden or very loud sounds are avoided. Audience members can move about or make noise. If you need to take a break, you can go out and come in again during the show.



Hallesches Ufer 34, 10963 Berlin

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