“What if” – Workshop

February 21, 2024 · 5.00 pm · Meeting point in front of the City-Kino Wedding, Müllerstraße 74, 13349 Berlin

Based on the performance “Room Service” (Help Me Make It Through The Night) by Gob Squad, we will ask ourselves questions about isolation, loneliness and: “What if…?”. Moderated by FLUGWERK, we will talk, experiment and improvise. Bastian Trost from Gob Squad will also give us insights into the creation of the performance 20 years ago and working in the performance collective. Workshop participants can attend the performance on 23.2. together and free of charge.

The workshop is free of charge. Please send binding registrations by 11.2.2024 to production@flugwerk.org (limited space!).

The workshop takes place as part of the performance “Room Service (Help Me Make It Through The Night)” by Gob Squad, which will be shown for the last time in Berlin on February 23 & 24, 2024. The performances are a cooperation between Gob Squad, CFB Berlin and HAU Hebbel am Ufer, with the support of the Berlin Senate Department as part of the one-year funding for production venues and resumption funds.

Feedback Session

November 19th, 2023 · 2.00 pm · Chamäleon Berlin

With his performance project Raum.Zeit, circus performer Tobias Piero Dohm questions our common perception of space and time, which is often characterised by efficiency and projections. Tobias Piero’s residency ends with a public work-in-progress presentation on Sunday, 19 November at 2.00 pm as part of the Time for Circus festival. After the performance there will be a feedback session moderated by FLUGWERK. Due to the (extremely) limited seating capacity, tickets for the event are not on sale, but will be released for raffle on the social media channels of Chamäleon Berlin on Monday, November 6th at 11.00 am.

power of plausch

November 8th, 2023· 5:00 pm· Centre Francais de Berlin

After the performance lecture CERTAINLY UNCERTAIN, in which the artist Eva Meyer-Keller searches for new perspectives on perception in the field of neuroscience, the programme includes our follow-up discussion format POWER OF PLAUSCH, including cooking, eating and chatting together with the audience and the artists. At the same time, the evening will mark the end of the Centre Francais’ popular S.K.A.T. series, which has introduced senior citizens to contemporary dance in 10 editions over the past two years.

More info and registration to the event here.