Auteur : stephiebnz

Hidden Lunch //

// lunching in replay by Razan Naser Eddin, Christine Schramm, Stephanie Benze The rules of social behavior are learned explicitly and implicit. Some of these rules and behaviors are manifested in the body and its movement. Dealing with this topic leads us to the conflict of spatial displacements/placements. How does the pandemic and the forced social disconnection affect the social concept of lunch? The Hidden lunch Score centers itself around the experience of lunching within the pandemic situation of social distancing. The food only serves as a representation of the social status and the economic situation that changed due to the pandemic We will have lunch at/on/beside/under a table that serves as the stage for our individual experiences where we perform a lunch according to the feeling that is left after being socially isolated for a year and half.  The title «Hidden Lunch» refers to the «hidden time» we went through eating at home by ourselves, that is now displayed and visualized. Resources table + tableware + white tablecloth technical equipment + photo and video …

Meandering Memories

by Carina Otte, Michael Tsouloukidse, Stephanie Benze Based on Anna Halprin´s Parades and Changes (1965), Anne Collod presented her work parades & changes, replays in Berlin in August of 2009.  Assembled right in the heart of Kreuzberg, between Landwehrkanal and an ever evolving city of pushed boundaries, the audience of the Tanz im August Festival applauded the award winning piece of movement narration. Representatives of the press wrote articles on the social dimensions of the work and recommended to visit the piece. Spectators shared oral opinions. Discussions were being made. Flyer were being spread. Posters were looked at on walls. People might have felt inspired, provoked, enthusiastic even. The play was living material residing in the streets of Berlin. Looking back on parades & changes, replays today– after twelve summers have passed – the question of what is left of the play now arises. Are there traces to find and archives to visit? How did the play inscribe itself in the city? Is there a collective archive for such matters? Is there a shape to …