Brache Landsberger Allee Stage
Photo: Sandra Man

Aeon III – Recall

Performance · Premiere by Adam (aka Sandra) Man
In the frame of Fold – Die erste Falte

On 18.09.2022 the performance and the artist talk are cancelled due to weather conditions.

Since 2020, «Aeon» has taken place every year at the Tanznacht on one of the last and most beautiful spots of wasteland in Berlin. Named after the Greek god of time and eternity and the unit of measurement for geological eras, «Aeon» addresses the time of landscapes.

With «Aeon III», artist Sandra Man continues her series of live art installations co-created with Moritz Majce, this time placing the focus on our feeling for our surroundings and asking: Where are we when we are there?

The live performance by Lisa Densem, Joséphine Evrard and Laura Siegmund on a piece of wasteland in Lichtenberg, in the middle of the city, evokes an alien expanse. Images of the installation in the Uferstudios invert and intensify our sense of space, turning it into a physical cavern. Linking boundlessness and closeness, exposure and security, «Aeon III» finds expression for our geo-existence.

18.09.2022 Artist Talk after the performance

Access information
You cannot access the Brache as a handicaped person, the location is full of stones.  The Installation is barrier-free.
If you have questions about accessibility, feel free to contact Juan Harcha by email at: harcha@tanzfabrik-berlin.de or by phone: 030-200 592 70.

Adam (aka Sandra) Man

Adam (aka Sandra) Man (he/they) is an artist and writer. Since 2017 he has worked predominantly outdoors, focusing on the relationship between the body and the natural world. He creates live environments combining performance, texts, and videos such as «Aeon I-III» (with Moritz Majce), «Telos» (2022), «Nackte Erde» (2023). adamman.com
Adam  has collaborated for many years with the dancers Lisa Densem and Laura Siegmund. 
«Lethe» is their first collaboration with cellist and composer Judith Hamann. https://judith-hamann.com/

Adam Man has been publishing his work under this name since 2024 and was previously known as Sandra Man. He is using the pronouns he/they. 
Duration: performance 60–90 minutes
Tickets: pay what you can (10€ / 15€ / 20€ / 25€)
Location of the performance: Brache Lichtenberg: Landsberger Allee 320, 10365 Berlin (neben Höffner)

Installation: ongoing Wed 18:30–21:30, Thu–Sa 16:00–22:00, Su: 11:00–16:00

Performance and installation  can be visited independently of each other.
Installation, video, text: Sandra Man | Choreography, live performance: Lisa Densem, Joséphine Evrard, Laura Siegmund | Artistic collaboration, workshop management: Moritz Majce | Co-curator: Daniela von Damaros | Dramaturgical support: Felicitas Zeeden | Sound technique: Fernand Kelzer | Production management: Micayla Smith, Tiphaine Carrère | Technical management: Marc Lagies | Translation: Anna Galt.
A production by Moritz Majce + Sandra Man. Co-produced by Tanzfabrik Berlin.
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 initiative. Aid Programme Dance.
We would like to thank Möbel Höffner for their kind permission to use the premises.


Lisa Densem
is a performer and choreographer from New Zealand who has been working in Berlin since 1999. She was part of the company Sasha Waltz and Guests for many years, and also worked with the choreographers Laurent Chétouane, Hanna Hegenscheidt, Jana Unmüssig, Roni Katz and Sergiu Matis amongst others.
Joséphine Evrard was born and grew up in France. Artist based in Berlin since 1996, she has been developing her work as a choreographer, performer and coach. Among others she has been working in collaboration with Meg Stuart, Irena Tomazin, Andreas Müller, Darko Dragičevič. Her last piece «The Root, dérives poétiques» was created in 2016 and shown at Sophinesaele / Berlin.

Laura Siegmund studied at the artEZ Institute of The Arts, Netherlands. Afterwards she went to Berlin for an engagement with Sasha Waltz. In recent years she has worked closely with the choreographer Margret-Sara Gudjonsdottir, the artist Sandra Man, the puppeteer Tibo Gebert and the director, set and costume designer Mirella Weingarten.