Daniel Rossberg | Meike Klapprodt | Nora Elberfeld
WORKSHOP WEEK FOR KIDS AGE 9 AND OLDER
GAME ON – A HOLIDAYCAMP
G-A-M-E O-V-E-R and game out? Or do we start right over again? During the Game On holiday camp, you can jump onto the start button over and over again and (re)set your own game in motion. This artistic autumn holiday camp allows you to join choreographers Meike Klapprodt and Nora Elberfeld,as well as media pedagogue Daniel Roßberg in playfully exploring issues of Game On and Game Over: does Game Over automatically mean not having achieved something? Is failure always bad or can it also imply a new beginning? Is after the game before the game, aka the beginning of something new? What moves you forward, makes you play, dance and live anew over and over again? The camp will culminate in a dance performance presented on stage.
Open for all age 9 and older | no prior experience needed | participation free of charge
Registration until 01.10. at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Information about the event
|Price||participation free of charge|
|Hints||Showing 13.10. | 15:00 | P1 | free entrance|
|Location||Kampnagel - K3|
Nora ElberfeldAside from working as a dancer and choreographer, she also teaches contemporary dance, improvisation and composition and has initiated performance projects e.g. with prisoners and girls with anorexia.
Based on her interest in the idea that performers always know more than the audience, she will be exploring this imbalance during her residency as a form of conspiracy that is automatically inherent in the performance arts. What kinds of structures develop when one group knows more than the others? When does a conspiracy become stronger than its source and in doing so infiltrate its own origins in the process?