Tana Sadji is a performative intervention by Soydivision, a collective of Berlin-based Indonesians. The collective’s processes and activ- ities often take shape in cathartic experiences, re-questioning, or therapeutic healing in the context of performances, workshops, culinary art activities, film screenings, and discussion sessions.
Tana Sadji (translating to Land of the Offerings) pivots around the foundational assumptions of a nation and the collective’s speculations towards forming one against the backdrop of an imagined civilization. The collective’s research on agrarian and food traditions in Indonesia, as well as the mythology and rituals that surround it, forms a critique of the underlying assumptions of modern nation-states.
Please book a time slot ticket for the time of the event. The current information for visitors during the Corona pandemic valid on the day of the event applies.
Price info: Free admission for children and young people up to the age of 18. Parents pay the participation fee plus admission.
Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart