Eviction – Public Action by Omer Krieger


Every year millions of people all around the world are evicted from their homes by forces of state and capital. At the same time confl icts about public space are intensifying. People stand up for their human right for housing. Moving on a spectrum between the aesthetic and the political, the spectacular and the useful, the documentary and the forthcoming, this action serves as a space to learn and exchange practices of togetherness and collective resistance.

Eviction is a project by Omer Krieger, produced by the Curatorial Collective for Public Art, and presented at the Maxim Gorki Theater. The Berlin edition is supported by the National Performance Network, and its mediation programme by the Federal Agency for Civic Education. It premiered at the Israel Festival, Jerusalem in September 2022.

by Omer Krieger
project management: Lianne Mol & Yael Sherill, Curatorial Collective for Public Art
performers: Laure Fleitz, Katherine Maria Gorsuch, Yulia Mezhetskaya, Marcos Zoe Nacar, Rima Nasereddin, Victor Manuel Gonzalez Reyes, Luana Rossetti, Melodi Yüce
movement choir: Cochon de Cauchemar, Kate Manias, TL Morrison, Alina Koval, Nyemba M'membe, Ivy Fleur, Anna Blume, Louis-César Brunhy, Fei Kaldrach, Heli, Annika Utzelmann, Mahalia Horvath, Amanita Zinaida Vulvina, Käthe Lange, Juliane Harbst, Gelsomino
dramaturgy: Yael Sherill
additional choreography & rehearsal management: Tomer Zirkilevich
set design: Franz Thöricht & Jascha Kretschmann
costume design: Anna Mirkin
sound design: Binya Reches
production management: Uwe & Silke Buhrdorf, die wellenmaschine
assistant director: Filip Rutkowski
dramaturgy assistance: Clemens Zoller
stunt coordination: Florian Hotz
project administration: Lianne Mol
video: Rebellab
first edition team: Yael Cohen, Itay Doron, Shani Granot. Israel Festival artistic direction: Itay Mautner and Michal Vaknin


Note: Depiction of police violence. Physical contact with the performers may occur.

Part of 6. Berliner Herbstsalon GEZİ – TEN YEARS AFTER. Ein Prolog im Frühling.


Photo: Lutz Knospe, Tomer Appelbaum