a mind eraser - johannes wieland production
On a traffic island and in a gymnasium, choreographer Johannes Wieland continues his Faust Prize-nominated removed series. For the nocturnal Ernst-Reuter-Platz in Berlin and the gymnasium of the Kulturhaus dock 4 in Kassel, he creates an anti-heroine story about speed, terror and transit with scenographer Momme Röhrbein and a diverse dance ensemble. The theme of this contemporary dance project is how our humanity threatens to fly off the rails because of the fascination with speed and the fear of standstill.
with chris-pascal englund braun| meimouna coffi | jordan gigout | hendrik hebben | gotautė kalmatavičiūtė | fabian riess | staging and choreography: johannes wieland | spoken text: performers | johannes wieland | production design: momme röhrbein | sound: mattef | video: keren chernizon | projeto solo | costume design: stefanie krimmel | dramaturgy: thomaspeter goergen | production management: inga scheuvens | anna friedrich | graphic design: bastian arndt | social media management: aliyah rachel rainer
Supported by the NATIONAL PERFORMANCE NETWORK - STEPPING OUT, funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media as part of the NEUSTART KULTUR / Hilfsprogramm Tanz initiative, and with funds from the State of Hesse and the City of Kassel as well as raumstation 12 GbR, in partnership with zukunftsgeraeusche GbR / BHROX bauhaus reuse, the district of Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf of Berlin and Kulturhaus Dock 4 Kassel. With the kind support of Schöneberg hilft e.V.
the performances are happening on the central square (traffic roundabout) of ernst-reuter-platz. access is possible only through the u bahn station ernst-reuter-platz, exit via a pedestrian tunnel direction "mittelinsel".