October 08 to 09, 2021 URBAN BODIES PROJECT - HAMBURG Goethe Institute Hamburg-Lissabon
October 8th and 9th
**ALL PERFORMANCES ARE SOLD OUT**
PLEASE NOTICE: WE START TODAY AND TOMORROW SATURDAY AT 5:30 pm (ON SAT. ALSO AT 2:30 PM) BE THERE 15 MIN. IN ADVANCE
Meeting point: Bismarck-Statue(Alter-Elbpark) in Richtung Millerntordamm corner Holstenwall - 5 Min. from the metror St.Pauli
Start: 5:30 pm /on saturday also at 2:30 pm.
arrival and registration 15 minutes before we start.
bei mind. 24 Std.vorherige Voranmeldung. Hier unten sind die Links für die einzelnen Tage:
The Goethe-Institut Hamburg and Yolanda Gutiérrez invite, as part of the project "remapping Hamburg-Lisbon", to an artistic intervention in selected locations of the above-mentioned project to explore and process colonial traces in the urban geography of the cities of Hamburg and Lisbon. In Hamburg, the ensemble from 2017 will come together to present dance interventions combined with a silent-walk.
"Remapping" questions on a comparative basis what role colonial traces have left behind in the city of Hamburg as it is lived today and how they continue to have an effect on our everyday life here. These places will initially be dealt with on the basis of texts and interviews by academics and activists. At the same time as the texts are published on a separate website, selected sites will be the subject of an artistically intervening city tour to enable visitors to actively engage with these places.
Artistic direction/concept/choreography: Yolanda Gutiérrez
Assistance: Lucia Lilen Heffner
Choreography/Dance/Performance: Kossi Sébastien Aholou-wokawui, Faizel Browny, Eva Lomby und Chi Him Chik.
Narrator voice: Judith Mauch
With texts from: Jokinen, Jan Kawlath und Yingrui Bi, aswell as from Anke Schwarzer im Interview with Elaine Thomas.
Audio artist: Igor Sherba
URBAN BODIES PROJECT-HAMBURG is funding by the Goethe Institut Hamburg and the revival and guest performance funding of the Dachverband freie darstellende Künste Hamburg, on behalf of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, Department of Culture and Media.