Today, on the main stage of Ballhaus Naunynstrasse, we re-assemble sound, memory, performativities, and history. From Friday until Monday, we reprise DECOLONIAL FREQUENCIES: sonus – the sound within us as part of the #decolonialfrequencies festival. Pepê Dayaw, Ariel William Orah, Karlene Moreno-Hayworth, and Katherina Oliver join me as we traverse… Continue reading
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Gaung – Unpredictable Resonances opens
Decoloniality is a process–which could sometimes lead to uneasy encounters with the self. Listen to Ariel William Orah and Bilawa Respati‘s Gaung – Unpredictable Resonances tonight at Ballhaus Naunynstrasse, as they confront the auditory specters of nationalism, history, and tradition in the retuning of their bodies, voices, and instruments to… Continue reading
Sandeep Bhagwati’s »The Sound Of Misunderstanding – Dhvanivala‘s Sonic Explorations« opens the Decolonial Frequencies Festival
This Sunday (19 September 2021) at Ballhaus Naunynstrasse, we are opening the »Decolonial Frequencies« Festival with Sandeep Bhagwati‘s “The Sound Of Misunderstanding – Dhvanivala‘s Sonic Explorations”. * * * In the early 1960s a young Indian student comes to Darmstadt to do a PhD in physics. Cold War era –… Continue reading
»Decolonial Frequencies Festival« Opening soon!
I am delighted to invite everyone to the »Decolonial Frequencies Festival« that I am curating. The festival will run through the theatre season 2021-2022 at Ballhaus Naunynstrasse. Familiar sounds and terrifying noises. The fleeting fragments of remembered melodies, favorite songs, the noise in our home street. We live in our sound… Continue reading
[Brecht Tage] Echoing Europe – Gespräch über postmigrantisches und episches Theater
This year’s Brecht Tage, curated by Luise Meier and Florian Thamer commemorates the 150th anniversary of the Paris Commune in a four-day program entitled, Funkhaus Commune. On Day 3, at 10PM on 20 March (Saturday), Fabian Larsson and I presents a video conversation where we discuss the need for an… Continue reading