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Sat 14 08
6 pm

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Montag Modus: ShareHolders

Interdisciplinary Performance Exhibition
Sunny Pfalzer, „Hold a Ghost“
Sunny Pfalzer, „Hold a Ghost“ © Daron Bandeira, Design by Andrienn Császár
In search of the essential requirements for community and environmental perception in a post-pandemic time… Within the inter-disciplinary event series, “Montag Modus” curated by Léna Szirmay-Kalos, “Shareholders”, a project in three parts, explores the practices and politics of sharing. With the help of performative strategies, somatic techniques and queer re-imaginings, what it means to share, demand space and shoulder responsibility will be examined.

To kick off the project, a performance exhibition will take place at radialsystem that both puts forward and brings into being various forms of access and participation: several artists and artist groups present their projects and unfurl various practices of sharing as they do so.     

 

Framework programme

Participating artists and their projects: „Unfurl the Jukebox Musical: a shareable cypher“: Justin F. Kennedy, Emma Waltraud Howes, Ethan Braun und Nkisi „DEBRI“: Maru Mushtrieva und Liudmila Savelyeva „Sprawled Soilware“: Omsk Social Club und Hollow „I I I (something flat, something cosmic, something endless)“: SERAFINE1369 „Rub your face onto your shoulder“: Sunny Pfalzer und Marshall Vincent „TENT: A School of Performative Practices aufbauen“ // „Constructive Interference“: Pankaj Tiwari und Maria Magdalena Kozlowska  

Credits

Montag Modus is supported by the MMpraxis curatorial platform and funded by the Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe. Sprawled Soilware by Hollow and Omsk Social Club is a production of Montag Modus and Sín Arts and Culture Nonprofit Ltd, funded by the International Co-Production Fund of the Goethe-Institut with the support of MMpraxis, Divadlo X10, Katlan Group, Art Quarter Budapest and Collegium Hungaricum Berlin. Media partners: Ask Helmut, ExBerliner, rbb Kultur, taz and tip Berlin.  

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Free admission. Registration required via "Tickets".  

Info about registration will follow soon  //  In English // We kindly ask our audience to allow a little extra time due to the possible slower than usual admission and to come to the event on time. The event will be held in accordance with the applicable hygiene regulations. Information about our protection and hygiene measures can be found here: www.radialsystem.de/hygienekonzept

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