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The Political Voice Institute consists of a multi-lingual group of socially and politically engaged performers with diverse backgrounds, who form a CHORUS as a living political body. Developing voice/body/technology technics, the Political Voice Institute scrutinizes visions of a new society.
Eight Performers of the Political Voice Institute will do an intervention at the GORKI KIOSK, giving an insight into working processes of the Political Voice Institute and investigating the (im)possibility of the chorus/community in times of social distancing:
How can we rebuild the world of relationships outside of relationships? How can we retie our bonds outside of bonds? How can we find a shared breath without being allowed to breathe the same air? Today, common singing is nearly impossible, as it is considered as one of the most dangerous forms of being together. The pandemic has hit the very heart of the chorus, existing concepts have started to falter. Is a ONE PERSON CHORUS the future: digital, ritual, defused?
Performers: Sandra Bourdonnec, Saskia Kollbach, Sibylle Kranwetvogel, Hila Meckier, Gian Mellone, David JongSung Myung, Therese Nübling, Filip Piotr Rutkowski
The intervention will take place outside. In English and German.
Free entrance; due to the limited capacity, please register at firstname.lastname@example.org (with your name, phone number and email oder postal address)
Access can only be granted with face covering mouth and nose. Please bring your mask.
GORKI KIOSK Dorotheenstraße 3
Gorki Kiosk is funded by the State of Berlin, Senate Department for Culture and Europe
The Political Voice Institute is part of the Chorus of Women Berlin project funded by the German Federal Cultural Foundation
and the State of Berlin, Senate Department for Culture and Europe.