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October 08 to 09, 2021
URBAN BODIES PROJECT - HAMBURG
Goethe Institute Hamburg-Lissabon
The Mexican-German choreographer Yolanda Gutiérrez shows with part of the Team of 2017 the urban colonial traces near the port of Hamburg with dance interventions as a silent-walk decolonizing project. [ details ]
 
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September 09 to 11, 2021
ALICE & MICHEL

Telemichel Produktionsgesellschaft mbH
Performative-literary parcour through Hamburg's city centre [ details ]
 
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June 18 to 20, 2021 / Afternoon performances up to 3 pm
DECOLONYCITIES KIGALI/HAMBURG
MARKK Museum • Rothenbaumchaussee 64, 20148 Hamburg

DECOLONYCITIES is developing an urban post-colonial utopia as a co-production between Kigali and Hamburg with artists from both cities. All will deal with the archives in the MARKK Museum and those located in the body.

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July 24, 2020
URBAN BODIES PROJECT STUTTGART
Decolonizing silent-walk city tour with dance-interventions at public spaces with dancers from Stuttgart. [ details ]
 
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October 06, 2019
DECOLONYCITIES Dar-es-Salaam/Hamburg
DECOLONYCITIES

Decolonizing silent-walk city tour with dance-interventions from Tanzanian dancers around the port. [ details ]

 
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July 10, 2019
URBAN BODIES PROJECT - AMSTERDAM
URBAN BODIES PROJECT

Decolonizing silent-walk city tour with dance-interventions from dancers living in Amsterdam. [ details ]

 
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June 08, 2017
URBAN BODIES PROJECT - HAMBURG
URBAN BODIES PROJECT
Decolonizing slent-walk city tour with dance interventions [ details ]
 
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DecolonyObjects

From Su. May 30th until Fr. June 5th
10 bis 15 Uhr
Free entrance!

As part of DECOLONYCITIES KIGALI-HAMBURG , a project by Yolanda Gutiérrez, the Rwandan illustrator Dolph Banza will set up his studio at the space ZWICHENRAUM in MARKK in order to interact with objects . In the style of the previous draftswomen at the museum, whose work is dedicated to the permanent exhibition “Excellent: Women Inventors”, he interprets this historical profession in a contemporary decolonizing way. You can see him until friday june 5th.

It is not a matter of course to find old Rwandan objects / tools today, and the existing documentation is also poor. I'm glad I got the chance to interact with the objects through illustration. Some of the objects from the museum that I was able to see are so rare that I saw them for the first time. Although I am an illustrator by profession, my academic background is that of an engineer, which helps me understand both technical and artistic drawing. I'm looking forward to this task because I can do both at the same time. "Dolph Banza

 
 
     


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