Seven pieces between woods and meadows
How can we approach the landscape without distancing ourselves at the same time? What if art did not imitate nature, but allowed us to experience it?
“Shared Landscapes” is a performative response to the land art of visual art. The audience is invited to the edges of Berlin to spend a whole day among trees, meadows, human and non-human inhabitants. Through subtle artistic open air interventions, audio tours, site-specific music scores, choreographies, media art and theatre, a new community may emerge at the transition between city and countryside.
Concept and Curation
Caroline Barneaud (Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne), Stefan Kaegi (Rimini Protokoll)
El Conde de Torrefiel / Marco D’Agostin, Chiara Bersani / Sofia Dias, Vítor Roriz / Begüm Erciyas, Daniel Kötter / Ari Benjamin Meyers and others
A production by Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne und Rimini Apparat in coproduction with Berliner Festspiele, Tangente St. Pölten 2024, Culturgest (Lisboa) + Rota Clandestina/ Municipio de Setúbal, Piccolo Teatro + Zona K. (Milano), Bunker (Ljubljana) and Temporada Alta (Girona).
The concept creation was funded by the Federal Agency for Civic Education/bpb.