The Festival – Online-Performance with Judica Albrecht and Armin Wieser
‘The Festival’ is based on a collection of impossible programme contributions:
In the online performance, you will encounter Judica Albrecht and Armin Wieser as they speak out against the impossibilities of these programme contributions, against forgetting and being forgotten. The two report from remote regions, taste pieces of new music together and with you. Via Zoom and yet in the same room of the Schaudepot. The boundaries between the past and the present, live events and recording, document and fiction are blurred in an almost twisted game of deception.
This festival can be held anywhere. And nowhere. Outside in a parking lot. In some medium-sized town. At the source of some river. In a former garage or some living room. == References == Like this one.’
An online performance with Judica Albrecht and Armin Wieser, live from Berlin and Lüneburg, awaits you at the Schaudepot.
For 1 to 4 persons
Dates will be announced in the newsletter and on www.das-schaudepot.org or can be arranged individually.
Duration: 30 minutes
More about ‘The Festival’ can be found here.
- Concept and artistic direction: Melanie Mohren and Bernhard Herbordt
- Performance: Judica Albrecht and Armin Wieser
- Schaudepot equipment: Leonie Mohr and Hannes Hartmann
- Architecture,The Festival’: Hannes Schwertfeger and Oliver Storz (Bureau Baubotanik)
- Composition: Kathrin Denner, Hanna Eimermacher, Neo Hülcker, Martin Schüttler
- Media technology and programming: Roland Batroff
- Coordination: Sandra Oehy
- Graphic design: Demian Bern
- Sound recording and editing: Oliver Frick
- Production management: ehrliche arbeit – freies Kulturbüro
- Video documentation: Hagen Betzwieser
The adaptation of “The Festival” for Das Schaudepot was supported by the three-year conceptual funding from the Fonds Darstellende Künste with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media, by the Initiative Program “Kunst trotz Abstand” (“Art Despite Distance”) of the Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts of Baden-Württemberg, and by the Cultural Office of the City of Stuttgart.