Verschoben wegen COVID-19 / HKB / "I’m here but you can’t see me" 

Campus Wahlmodul / Master Class / Kursangebot der Partnerschule (HKB)

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Nummer und TypMTH-MTH-WPM-02.20F.005 / Moduldurchführung
ModulMaster-Campus-Theater-CH 02 ECTS 
VeranstalterDepartement Darstellende Künste und Film
LeitungRabih Mroué
OrtHKB Bern, Zikadenweg 35
Anzahl Teilnehmende5 - 14
ECTS2 Credits
InhalteWorking on stories, narratives, daily life experiences and “body language” manifestations in order to see the possibilities to create alternative strategies in doing theatre and art. Strategies that could play on the notions of truth and untruth, reality and fiction, strategies that try to blur the traces, passing from one side to the other without borders, reversing the signs, stirring up the norms and shaking up certainty, discovering the role of politics in order to create a new ‘unreal’ reality or a virtual one.

In this workshop, Rabih Mroué will present some of the concepts on which he has worked and introducing some artworks in order to open up discussions with the participants on how we could deal with topics such as memory, disappearance, voids, absence, rumours and war in relation to the idea of documents...

The workshop will take the form of an open dialogue with participants from different art disciplines.
Dauer10:15-17:15 Uhr
Bewertungsformbestanden / nicht bestanden
BemerkungRabih Mroué, who was born in Beirut and currently lives in Berlin, is a theatre director, actor, visual artist and playwright. He is a contributing editor to The Drama Review /TDR (New York). He is also a co-founder of the Beirut Art Center (BAC). From 2012 to 2015, he was a fellow at The International Research Center: Interweaving Performance Cultures/ FU/Berlin. He is an associated theatre director at Munich Kammerspiele. His works include: Borborygmus (2019), Kill the Audience (2018), Sand in the eyes (2017), Rima Kamel (2017), Ode to Joy (2015), Riding on a cloud, (2013), 33 RPM and a Few Seconds (2012), The Pixelated revolution (2012), The Inhabitants of Images (2008), Who’s Afraid of Representation (2005) and others.
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