Author Archives: Moritz Majce

Open Studio: Call for Audience: 29 June, 4+5 July

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Tryout at 3AM – Filaments and Voids, photo by Rasmus Bell

Thursday, 29 June 2017, 20h30
Tuesday, 04 July 2017, 20h30
Wednesday, 05 July 2017, 20h30

Künstlerhaus, Am Flutgraben 3, 12435 Berlin

Between representation and participation lies the audience space. It is the space where a piece takes place. It is bigger and wider than we usually think and feel. It has more than one side, it is multidimensional. It is your body with all its weight and volume, with all its senses: listening, watching, feeling – in all directions.

Let’s try to see the Zuschauerraum, the space reserved for the audience, differently: not as the space where an audience is placed to watch the piece but as the space an audience is being given by a piece. Let’s understand and experience Zuschauerraum not just as a designated area in a building but as the space of a perceiving audience; a space that is not anyway there before and after the piece but a space that consists of Zuschauerkörper – perceiving living breathing feeling moving bodies full of energies, impulses, desires. Let’s think Zuschauerraum not as the seats you are taking but as the space your bodies are making. Let’s try out and explore this Zuschauerraum in present tense.

It’s common to expect and wish that performers move the audience. Let’s find out what it could be for performers to not only move the audience but be moved by it. Be moved by gazes, breaths, sounds, by the impulses and energy of an audience; by where the audience is and how it is. By an audience who is present, open, aware of all senses and thus transformed in a way that allows to fully explore all sensual dimensions of watching.

What would it need for that – as a training for performers as well as audience members?
Could there be a training that includes and involves an audience as well as performers? Is there a way to work on and explore the act of watching, the energy of perceiving as what moves the performers? What comes out if the performance becomes really dependent on the real presence of an audience? What happens if there is nothing else or behind this being perceived and being perceived becomes being moved?

During the last two months we trained a lot to be open and to use all our senses. We worked on looking, listening, feeling as relations to each other and a flow of contacts as reasons to move and be moved. We would like to find ways of sharing this openness with an audience who wants to become part of the contact zones we try to open up and dive in.

We propose three evenings of rehearsals with audience; we would like to find out more about the experience of being a Zuschauerkörper and about the ways our bodies can be moved by your presence.

WHEN
Thursday, 29 June 2017, 20h30
Tuesday, 04 July 2017, 20h30
Wednesday, 05 July 2017, 20h30

WHERE
Künstlerhaus
Am Flutgraben 3
12435 Berlin
(next to Badeschiff, Arena and Club der Visionäre)

There will be a limited number of participants, please let us know if and when you come by sending an email to sanwoman@icloud.com.

Please be on time, the door downstairs is locked and will open only once at 20h30.

3AM – Filaments and Voids 4.6.2017 @ Flutgraben Berlin

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3AM | Filaments and Voids

Dear 3AM friends,

We cordially invite you to 3AM – Filaments and Voids.

Let’s celebrate together the amazing space at Flutgraben, welcome artistic attractions and distractions, enjoy sound and silence, get together and share an evening of performances, concerts, films, dancing, food and drinks.

When: 4 June 2017, starting at 19.00h
Location: Am Flutgraben 3, 12435 Berlin

with

Brendan Dougherty
Philipp Enders and Adaline Anobile
Charlie Fouchier
Lisa Hinterreithner
Daniella Kaufman and Karoline Strys
Christian Kesten and choir 
Moritz Majce + Sandra Man with Zoé Alibert, Katherine Gorsuch, Olivia Patrizia-Kunze, Sonia Noya, Fausta Scarangella, Sinja Völl
Nikolaus Neuser and Florian Juncker
Sonia Noya
Juliana Piquero, Maya Weinberg, Catalina Fernández, Manuela Schininá
Julia Reidy, Samuel Hall and Liz Kosack
Ilana Reynolds and Ira Hadžić
Daniel Salomon
Lisa Stertz

Entrance free.

ATTENTION! The (orange) door of the main entrance will be open only 5 times for 10 minutes every time: at 19.00, 20.00, 21.00, 22.00 and 23.00h.

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3AM | Warmup

IMPORTANT! For the first time we will also come together before a 3AM to warm up: The participating artists will share with you their thoughts on what they are going to try out at the 3AM event. This get together is itself a tryout in getting in the mood for 3AM.

When: 1 June 2017, starting at 20.00h 
Location: Public and Private Studio at Flutgraben, the door will open at 20.00h and 21.00h

3AM – Filaments and Voids is organised by Katharina Wallisch, Moritz Majce + Sandra Man.
Funded by Senat Department for Culture and Europe. 
Supported by Flutgraben e.V. and Public in Private Studio.

As you know, 3AM is an independent event with a focus on giving value to experimentation and local collaboration. Our frame stays purposefully open to allow for any new forms to emerge. We’d like to offer possibilities for artists to make tryouts that could be useful for their artistic works, therefore we’d like to create an environment that welcomes doing, viewing and experiencing art in its on going creative process.

More about the 3AM background and idea you can find here: http://3am.events

Many thanks to all the participating artists!

Looking forward to dancing with you!

Narziss Echo (4)

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On Set, Charlie Fouchier

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On Set, White Space Box

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On Set, Charlie Fouchier

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On Set, Chiaroscuro

Choros

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Choros, Model View

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Choros, Model View

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Choros, Model View

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Choros, Model View

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Choros, Model View

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Choros, Model View

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Revolving Stage, first prototype with Canvas Chairs

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Choros, Model View

Theatron #2

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Sandro Botticelli, Dante´s Inferno, 1480–90

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Skene

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Sandro Botticelli, Dante´s Inferno, 1480–90