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Mycelium: The entirety of the thread-shaped cells of a mushroom that can grow together into a network and form the vegetative system. Proceeding from images of bodies from society, microbiology, folktales and dreams, Annina Mosimann and Fernando Munizaga set off on the search for the motherly and birthing body.


The borders between organisms are blurring - information between yeast bacteria and skin cells, between eardrums and optic nerves is exchanged. We grow, we spread out, we divide ourselves into thousands of pieces. Where does my body begin? And am I actually here voluntarily?

Mycelium is Annina Mosimann’s thesis project in the department of visual theater and puppetry at the State University of Music and the Performing Arts Stuttgart in which instruments, microphones, objects, material as well as the body and voice of the performer are connected with each other as part of a complex sound installation and mutually influence each other. This results in an interaction where it is no longer who gives the impulses and who receives them.

  • Dauer 40 Minuten
  • mit wenig deutscher Lautsprache

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Idea, Concept, Performance Annina Mosimann Sound design, composition Fernando Munizaga Outside eye Nicole Mossoux Artistic collaboration Raquel Mutzenberg-Andrade Light design, technque Lukas Schneider Mentorin Julika Mayer Unterstützt von Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Stuttgart, Theater Stadelhofen Zürich, Stiftung Landesbank Baden-Württemberg

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Nudity and yeast will be used