Das Schaudepot



What is the Schaudepot?
What is the Schaudepot?: A unique model institution is being created in a former craft workshop in the southern part of Stuttgart: the most unique exhibition and performing arts venue in the city.
Guided tours
Guided tours: During the guided tours, Melanie Mohren and Bernhard Herbordt present the Schaudepot. Online via Zoom or on site.
The children’s festival with Matthias Engler, Anja Füsti and Tina Pantisano
The children’s festival with Matthias Engler, Anja Füsti and Tina Pantisano: Eleven composers have written new pieces of music for children for the performance of “The Festival”.
The Black Circle by Emilija Tolj and Cennet Uyar The black circle symbolizes the characteristics and abilities of people with experiences of discrimination that are stripped out and cut out by the white majority society. The Festival by Herbordt/Mohren
Tutorial Takdir. The recognition by Ülku Süngün
Tutorial Takdir. The recognition by Ülku Süngün: At the Schaudepot you can expect: a site-specific installation with the interactive video “Tutorial Takdir. Die Anerkennung” (2021, 5 min, Credits: Open Process/ASA-FF e. V, Chemnitz), which will be expanded with further videos and image material of different performances as well as their use in the context of activist actions. Props of the performance, including a large-format banner and certificates, question the archiving of a performance without the presence of the artist.
Teilbar e. V. “Teilbar” is a library of things at Lerchenstrasse 37 in Stuttgart-West. Everyday things that are not often used are shared and can be lent out. Das Schaudepot is a cooperation partner of the Teilbar project. Dance Library: Festival Fantasies by Jorge Alencar and Neto Machado
Dance Library: Festival Fantasies by Jorge Alencar and Neto Machado: “Dance Library: Festival Fantasies” is a choreographic situation by and with Jorge Alencar and Neto Machado. The online performance is based on their installation, “Dance Library”. Here and there, the two transform their bodies into dancing books and tell the audience about almost forgotten performances. Interactive and intimate.
NORM IS F!KTION #1/2 by NAF: Personal, human needs stand in contrast to the (luxury department store) world, its bourgeois values and codes and the exhaustive imperative: Always keep moving! Space is a resource. Shopping is one option among many.
Little Wonders of the Prairie by Bureau Baubotanik
Little Wonders of the Prairie by Bureau Baubotanik: “Kleine Wunder der Prärie” (“Little Wonders of the Prairie”) is a short stroll through the botanical landscape to the collection of small and medium sized discoveries. The miracle unfolds the moment that - with a little assistance - attention is paid to tread plants.
Architectural Description Approach: Room by room, from big to small: 1. Perceived room size with a rough indication of the area, 2. Function of space, 3. Windows, doors, passages, 4. large furniture, individual functional areas, 5. Details Visit
Visit: Individual visits, guided tours, technology loans, 1-to-1 performances, working, library and use of technology are possible at any time by appointment.
Neighbourhood Academy
Neighbourhood Academy: Two people start a conversation. They share what they know and answer each other’s questions. The Neighbourhood Academy is continually developing and expanding. With your help, for example.
The Play by Herbordt/Mohren
The Play by Herbordt/Mohren: ‘Das Stück’ (‘The Play’) documents and establishes a fictional institution. ‘Das Stück’ is performed in various formats for spectators and a publication. At the Schaudepot as an audio walk.
The Theatre by Herbordt/Mohren
The Theatre by Herbordt/Mohren: What if a whole village were staged as a performance? From October 2015 to October 2018, Herbordt/Mohren invited people to performative country parties in Michelbach an der Lücke every second Sunday.
The Movement by Herbordt/Mohren
The Movement by Herbordt/Mohren: New movements challenge politics and society. How, where and by whom do they arise? What changes can come from them? And what role does art have to play in the process?