Wed25Jul201820:00Eintritt 8 €
Performance and workshop/lecture with Tomomi Adachi, Andreas Dzialocha and Marcello Lussana
“AI in Experimental Improvisation” is a project by Tomomi Adachi, Andreas Dzialocha and Marcello Lussana. Based on artificial neuronal networks they developed a performance AI (artificial intelligence) named "Tomomibot" which "learns" from musical improvisations to interact live with a human voice improviser. The event consists of a performance by Tomomi Adachi and the AI performer plus a workshop/lecture in English by Andreas Dzialocha and Marcello Lussana.
Funded through the Initiative Neue Musik Berlin e.V.
Tue11Sep201820:00Eintritt 5/4 €
Trilingual (English, French, German) poetry, performance, récital concert and road movie with Sabine Venaruzzo and Benoît Berrou. Staging: Frédéric de Goldfiem.
It all starts with a question: What is it worth? To be? To be here? What follows is a vast project of leaving "On the roads" across Europe, and more ambitiously, to make the world poetic. A reconquest of the territories with a red suitcase, boxing gloves and the word as a weapon. The audience is invited to become a witness, even an accomplice.
Fri28Sep201819:30Eintritt 3 €
German premiere of "The Hour Between Dog and Wolf" with the author Silke Scheuermann and her English translator, Lucy Jones. Bilingual reading english/german.
A young woman who has been living abroad returns to her hometown of Frankfurt am Main in Germany. Her sister Ines—a beautiful, impetuous painter—who still lives there, soon appears and promptly asks for financial help. But the returning sister knew this was coming—it is how their relationship has always worked. And this time, she’s determined that things will be different.
But our plans don’t always hold up to life’s surprises —and when the sister finds herself about to drift into an affair with Ines’s lover, the two women grow unexpectedly closer. "The Hour Between Dog and Wolf" is a tale of disorientation in a modern, rootless society that has become increasingly erratic and self-absorbed and powerful exploration of the difficulties of intimacy and addiction.