Flussgeschichten | River Stories
Narrating Hydrosocial Territories
Over the past months, artists, scientists and residents have explored a tiny area nestled between canals, boats and trees in the middle of the Spreewald. Their research culminated in a two day festival of arts and sciences and featured multimedia installations, theatre performances and audio walks.
Now, all these works, as well as the stories, ideas and impressions will be transported to Berlin- with the very element that connects the Spreewald with the capital – the river Spree…. But what does it mean to bring these impressions and representations from one place to another? Whose stories are being heard and whose are being lost? Which possibilities exist beyond anthropocentric-storytelling to include more-than human actors?
Join us to continue exploring these questions, the river and all it’s dimensions. It will be an evening of campfire discussions, artistic interventions, scientific inputs and Glühwein.
15:00 Guided Tour of Exhibition: featuring works by Oliver Rossol, Jonas Dahm, Diane Barbé, Julia Ihls, Marius Probst, Klemens Czurda, Sven Bühler, Camila Ivana Vargas Pardo, Omar Sherif, Desirée Hetzel, Zora Ritz, Patricia Usée, Steven Lehmann, Maximilian Grünewald and Pauline Münch.
15:30 River Stories Workshop
17:00 Performance: ‘The fairy tale of the giant Sprelnik’ A journey with text and music
18:00 Campfire talks & drinks with scientists
The event includes artists from the fields of theater, sound and set design as well as scientists from the Humboldt University Berlin (HU), the Technical University Berlin (TU) and the Free University Berlin (FU). It is a cooperation of the theatre collective AnthroposEx and the project AnthropoScenes and is funded by the Berlin University Alliance within the framework of the Excellence Strategy of the German Federal and State Governments.
ARTISTIC INTERVENTION ON SITE AT THE FORUM.
This event will take place as part of the Berlin Science Week Art & Science FORUM at Holzmarkt and will be held by the water. No registration is required.
The location is not wheelchair accessible.