A Resource for Performing Artists, Scholars and Audiences.
Time: May 18, 2012 at 8pm to May 20, 2012 at 11pm
Location: KuLe Theater
Street: Auguststraße 10
City/Town: 10117, Berlin
Website or Map: http://www.kuletheater.de/
Event Country: germany
Organized By: Melanie Jame Wolf
Latest Activity: May 17, 2012
savage amusement, KuLe Theater &
Month of Performance Art Berlin present
Curated by savage amusement (Melanie Jame Wolf - triage live art collective), this program of video, live art, dance and performance art invites a host of international performance artists to respond to the provocation, Anima/Animus
to play with the creature, the animal, the totem; the man, the woman, the archetype; the wild, the tamed, the extinct; the shadow, the subconscious, the silent.
savage amusement is proud to host special guests, all the way from Brooklyn, NYC –
Panoply Performance Laboratory (PPL).
Snakes Don’t Eat Apples
Bedtime Ritual For Suffragettes
(At Any Given Time, Someone in the World is Taking Her to Bed)
Anya Liftig (PPL)
Valerie Kuehne/Dream Zoo (PPL)
PPL's Brian McCorkle and Esther Neff (PPL)
NATURE FETISH Episode One: Laws & Logic of Nature
17:00 – 20:00
Anima/Animus #3 – One on One
Two one on one works form the early Saturday session of the program.
One performer, one audience member at a time.
Intimacy & intensity; risk & responsibility.
Check MPA-B & artist websites for details on how to participate.
Dress Me As You Like…
One on one performance (5 – 7 minutes)
Daddy, I have had to talk to you…
One on one performance for men 50+ years of age (5 – 20 minutes)
Anima/Animus #4 - MASTOK.E.N.N.
The late Saturday session introduces the first work by interdisciplinary Berlin company MASTOK.E.N.N - live video, live sound, sculpture, physical theatre and intimate text based performance combine to explore the vulnerability of the individual in close range of the pack.
Inner & Outer Animals is a talk on healing processes. What do our inner animals tell us? How can we dialogue with them? How in a relationship can we make space for a partner’s wild animals? Former punk-rock musician, Mona Motel, shares her experience, based on intimate autobiographical material: photos, video clips, toys & family stories.
Camilla Graff Junior
Inner & Outer Animals
Media Performance Lecture with former punk-rock musician Mona Motel
Anima/Animus #6 – Salon
A selection of new short movement/dance/body based works by Berlin-based interdisciplinary performance artists including Sonya Levin & Antje Prust.
Hunting new shapes.
Testing new ground.
Sonya Levin (RU)
The Day Before
Michael Burditt Norton (US)
birth’s order’s right’s laws
Rolligkeit – Trying Catwomanship
Melanie Jame Wolf has decided to hide the list of guests.