31 Aug - 20:00 - DINSLAKEN DE
Zentralwerkstatt / Ruhrtriennale
01 Sep - 20:00 - DINSLAKEN DE
Zentralwerkstatt / Ruhrtriennale
02 Sep - 16:00 - DINSLAKEN DE
Zentralwerkstatt / Ruhrtriennale
03 Sep - 16:00 - DINSLAKEN DE
Zentralwerkstatt / Ruhrtriennale

Globalisation and digitalisation cause a growing sense of dispersion and placelessness. Networking and meeting one another takes place in an entirely different manner than just a few years ago. If we’d look back as archaeologists of the future to the current cultural landscape, what would we find there? And at the same time: how do we envision and reshape the cultural spaces of the future? How can we share time, energy, resources and talent in a fruitful way?

These questions are the point of departure of Projecting [Space[, an in situ creation by Meg Stuart/Damaged Goods, dramaturge Jeroen Peeters and scenographer Jozef Wouters, made at the invitation of Ruhrtriennale 2017. A motley group of artists, performers and technicians work during one month on location in the neighbourhood Dinslaken-Lohberg (DE). They build a continuously transforming environment, fit to their heterogeneous artistic practices and desires. In real and imaginary spaces they unfold precarious collective practices of meeting and making – with living bodies, with tape and wood, with curated sounds and urban noise.

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choreography Meg Stuart
dramaturgy Jeroen Peeters
scenography Jozef Wouters
created with and performed by Mor Demer, Márcio Kerber Canabarro, Roberto Martínez, Renan Martins de Oliveira, Sonja Pregrad, Jorge Rodolfo de Hoyos, Mariana Tengner, Sigal Zouk
sound design Vincent Malstaf
double bass and live electronics Klaus Janek
costume design and props Sofie Durnez
light design Sandra Blatterer