KAMMERCAMPUS #19

SHOWCASE KAMMERSPIELE #3 / 28 – 31 March 2019 / MUNICH

We are happy to welcome 30 international students (theatre studies, stage design, dramaturgy, performance studies etc.) to a showcase weekend at MÜNCHNER KAMMERSPIELE. Apply now!
4 days & nights /// 9 productions with English translation /// talks, workshops and parties


PROGRAM (and links)

*Stefan Puchner: DAS LEBEN DES VERNON SUBUTEX

*Philippe Quesne: FARM FATALE

*Rabih Mroué: KILL THE AUDIENCE

*Rimini Protokoll / Stefan Kaegi: UNCANNY VALLEY

*Toshiki Okada: NO SEX

*Leonie Böhm: YUNG FAUST

*Ersan Mondtag: DOKTOR ALICI

*Trajal Harrell: MORNING IN BYZANTHIUM

*Anestis Azas / Prodromos Tsinikoris: HELLAS MÜNCHEN

(program can vary slightly)



The Münchner Kammerspiele will

*account for your ACCOMODATION at this youth hostel , 4 nights incl. Breakfast (28 March – 1 April 2019)
*and a TRAVEL ALLOWANCE (100 Euros)

You will have to cover MEALS (available at the theatre canteen)
& TICKETS (40 Euros for a 4-day-pass)

Please fill in the form and send it to anne.schulz@kammerspiele.de. Deadline is 10th of February 2019.

We are looking forward to welcoming you in Munich!


WORKSHOPS ON SUNDAY 31st OF MARCH, 11am - 2pm

1) Curating (from) the margins – possible and imaginary templates

seminar by Katja Kobolt

Art practice and curating, if acknowledged as spaces of production and not mere representations of knowledge, are not only struggles for visibility but an event of an inter-relational space, which is (hopefully) uncanny and slippery enough not to be completely caught in processes of valorization and commodification.

Katja Kobolt works with feminist impetus as a curator, art mediator, author, lecturer and producer. In her own practice as well as in collective contexts, she aims at breaking impossibilities and creating emancipatory spaces (mostly in a situative way). She moderates the seminar in which we will first engage with ideas of “curating” and “form of sociability” it usually produces. To later ponder on “margins” and consider structures with which other forms of sociability can be outlined: for collective knowledge production and exchange to emerge and spaces of action to expand.

During the workshop, that also serves as a forum for discussion, Katja will address and discuss various feminist and anti-racist curatorial methods together with the participants (and based on their respective genealogies and positionings). The focus here lies on possible and imaginary formats of production, interaction and (re-)presentation (of art): Because forms (of knowledge representation) can themselves become knowledge.

To bring with: Think for yourself what “curating” and what “margins” mean to you? Possibly bring with yourself something that you relate to as “curated project”, “curated situation” and / or “marginal”. This could be a catalogue, an object, a photo, poem, a song or a thought or …

Katja Kobolt (PhD) works on junctures of art, writing and teaching. Katja has conceptualized and produced numerous art exhibitions (no stop non stop, exhibition and forum, Lothringer13 Halle, Munich, 2018) and events in different parts of Europe (City of Women Festival Ljubljana, 54. October Salon Belgrade, Living Archive, Cross Border Experience etc.) and has been active in a feminist curatorial platform Red Mined as well as within a city of Munich art space/collective Lothringer13 Florida. She teaches (previously HU zu Berlin, UDK Berlin, currently LMU Munich) and writes on art, life and feminism, e.g. Performative Gestures Political Moves, No One Belongs Here More Than You, The Living Archive: Curating Feminist Knowledge, GUESTures etc. https://kkobolt.wordpress.com/


2) DOCUMENTARY THEATRE WITH PRODROMOS TSINIKORIS

Prodromos Tsinikoris, theatre director from Greece and director of "HELLAS MÜNCHEN"
organizes a walk through the centre of Munich with a visit of a research site in order to speak and discuss about documentary theatre issues and practices.

One free warm beverage included.

(In case of cold weather, rain, snow please dress accordingly, bring an umbrella etc.)

Prodromos Tsinikoris works as a director, dramaturge and performer in Athens. Born in 1981 in Wuppertal to Greek immigrant parents, he moved to Thessaloniki in 1999, where he graduated from the Drama Department of the Aristotle University. In 2009 he moved to Athens, where he worked a.o. as an actor with director Dimiter Gotscheff (Messenger in The Persians, National Theatre, Athens), and as assistant director and researcher with Rimini Protokoll (Prometheus in Athens). Together with Anestis Azas, he wrote and staged many reality theatre projects: Telemachos: Should I Stay or Should I Go? (Ballhaus Naunynstraße, Berlin and Onassis Culture Centre, Athens, 2013), Geblieben um zu gehen (Berlin’s Maxim Gorki Theatre, 2015), Clean City (Onassis Culture Centre and Muenchner Kammerspiele, 2016) and Hellas München (Münchner Kammerspiele, 2018) and many others.For the Athens & Epidaurus Festival 2015, he directed an audio walk in central Athens on homeless people, titled In the Middle of the Street. In May 2015 he was part of the dramaturgy team and in charge of the research for X Apartments (concept: Matthias Lilienthal), performed in apartments of Athenian citizens and produced by the Onassis Cultural Centre. As a dramaturge he also worked with Lola Arias, Ana Vujanović & Saša Asentić, Dries Verhoeven, the "influx artist collective" and with Paul Preciado in the framework of the "Exercises of freedom" for the Documenta 14 in Athens. Since October 2015 Anestis Azas and him have been the artistic directiors of the Experimental Stage -1 of the National Theatre in Athens.


3) DANCE WORKSHOP WITH ONDREJ VIDLAR

The workshop will be focused on helping to discover/rediscover our own bodies and how to help to take care of them.
Also about finding a trust in ourselves and others through movement. In a fun and enjoyable way!

Ondrej Vidlar, born in Czech Republic, was trained in Latin, Modern and Contemporary dance. Since his graduation at the Belgian academy for performing arts P.A.R.T.S. in 2008 he has been living in Brussels, where he works as a freelance dancer, performer and production manager in numerous international projects. For many years he has been working closely with Trajal Harrell as a dancer, choreograpy assistant and also rehearsal director.


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