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Soundance sketch / Floating Thursday June
Jasminka Stenz – dance/choreography, Gábor Hartyáni – cello/composition
A dancer and a cellist will create an artistic sketch together through site-specific exploration in a garden colony with a rainwater retention basin. The sound-performative encounter with site-specific choreography will forge a visual-audio path – live and digitally adapted.
This site-specific performance within the Floating Thursday is the conclusion of the residency cooperation between soundance festival berlin, Floating e.V. and the Kolonie am Flughafen e.V.
SOUNDANCE Festival 2020 is a project by b.arts.u – berlin arts united g UG in coproduction with DOCK ART
17. – 27.06.2020 DOCK11, Berlin
SOUNDANCE Festival 2020 is funded by the Senate Department for Culture and Europe
Climate Care: Digital Archive launched at Zabriskie bookshop
Following the conclusion of the festival curated by Gilly Karjevsky and Rosario Talevi, the digital archive was conceptualised by ATLAS/STUDIO (Lucía Alonso & Ernesto Bauer) and programmed by Lucas Pose, with graphic design by Roman Karrer. The online repository archives the activities that inhabited the basin through images, videos and text documentation: from hot-compost-making, experimenting with bio-materials, the baking of urban hives, weather writing or “tuning-in” methods, reading aloud and looking at care on a planetary scale.
Find the digital archive here.
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FLOATING UNIVERSITY BERLIN 2018
– AN ILLUSTRATED REPORT
We are proud and exited to announce our new book: Floating University Berlin 2018 – an illustrated report
It is a chronological reflection, in pictures, of the first year of the Floating University. In it we tell the initial story of our visionary inner city offshore-laboratory for collective, experimental learning, knowledge transfer and the formation of trans-disciplinary networks to challenge the routines and habits of urban practices.
If you want to purchase Floating University Berlin 2018 send an e-mail to: email@example.com
Photographs contributed by: Pierre Adenis, Katherine Ball, Jack Bardwell, Irene Beyer, Samuel Boche, Beatrice Davies, Irene Rojas Erlenbach – Wildschnitt, FLAR – Kaśka Jankiewicz & Mila Łapko, Thilo Folkerts, Lena Giovanazzi, Jan Kampshoff, Matthias Kestel, Ivana Kličković, Jan Korbes, Tanja Lindner – Projekt Bauhaus, Lilia Luganskaia – Perennial Institute, raumlaborberlin, Daniel Seiffert, Alexander Stumm, Victoria Tomaschko, Hans Venhuizen, Benoȋt Verjat
With contributions from/Mit Beiträgen von: Joeanne Pouzenc, Gilly Karjevsky, Benjamin Foerster-Baldenius