2020 SEPTEMBER 24 25 26 | 20.00
2020 SEPTEMBER 26 | 16.00
A Rike Flämig production with Anna Hentschel and Zwoisy Mears-Clarke.
Funded by the Federal Foundation for the Reappraisal of the SED Dictatorship and the Capital Cultural Fund. Supported by Smart eG De, ehrliche arbeit – freelance office for culture, as well as the Somatische Akademie, Mime Centrum Berlin, Eden*** and Uferstudios Berlin. Media partner: taz. die tageszeitung.
ARTISTIC DIRECTION Rike Flämig
CONCEPT Rike Flämig, Anna Hentschel, Zwoisy Mears-Clarke
CHOREOGRAPHY, PERFORMANCE Rike Flämig, Zwoisy Mears-Clarke
PERFORMANCE Pham Minh Duc, Rike Flämig, Claudia Graue, Zwoisy Mears-Clarke, Yvonne Sembene
SCENOGRAPHY, COSTUMES Anna Hentschel
TECHNICAL DIRECTION, LIGHT Emese Csornai
SOUND ENVIRONMENT Martyna Poznańska
SOCIAL MEDIA Katja Musafiri
VIDEO Felipe Frozza
ZINE, HISTORICAL ADVISOR Elske Rosenfeld
ZINE DESIGN Kerem Jehuda Halbrecht
ADDITIONAL ZINE CONTRIBUTION Josefine Mühle
OUTSIDE EYE Peggy Mädler
DRAMATURGY Maria Rössler
ACCESS CONSULTANT Noa Winter
PRODUCTION ehrliche arbeit - freelance office for culture
ADMINISTRATION Smart eG De
SPECIAL THANKS TO Eva Bakardjiev, Ulrike Gerhardt, Heiko Lietz, Fine Kwiatkowski and Samirah Kenawi
The year is 2O9O. We celebrate the successful implementation of the Peaceful Revolution’s utopian concepts. POSTOST 2O9O looks back at the women’s and civil rights movement in East Germany between 1989 and 1990, taking inspiration from their visions and feminist utopias while examining the visionary potential of that time from an intersectional perspective.
Together, we celebrate 100 years of feminist utopias, 100 years of the draft constitution of the Central Round Table and 100 years of Ossifuturism, which have continued to be pivotal in the re-imagination of social constructions and systems in the midst of upheavals. The guest artists of the evening will present performative rituals and short re-enactments from the years 2O42, 2O63 and 2O82 that have been influenced by feminism and Ossifuturism. Between voice and dance, improvised structures emerge and, precisely due to their transience, open up space for something new.
From the material that Rike Flämig, Anna Hentschel and Zwoisy Mears-Clarke collected during their research work, a magazine, a so-called Zine, has been created
which you can download HERE.