S-03 / Critical Care and Support Systems
In the frame of Open Spaces/Sommer Tanz 2018
This workshop focuses on the implications of "the social turn" for performative artistic research by exploring key artists, activists, social workers, healers, theorists and visionaries (past and present) whose work embraces feminism, social justice, institutional critique, community building, conflict resolution, and care. Drawing on dance, visual art, social movements, grassroots organizations, theatre, shamanism, sex work and bodywork, our reflections on our practices and strategies become new tools for navigating interdependence and activation in order to untangle the static social/political agendas of our time. However, in the face of institutionalizing, naturalizing, and normalizing care, which can be paradoxical, paternal and problematic, this workshop’s aim is to address care/support, not just as medical issue, but as a socio-political and artistic methodology.
Wheelchair accessible studio.
Jeremy Wade is a performer, performance maker, curator and teacher. He graduated from the School For New Dance Development, Amsterdam in 2000. He premiered his first piece, “Glory” at Dance Theater Workshop, New York City in 2006, for which he received a Bessie Award. Since then, Wade has been living in Berlin and working closely with the HAU Hebbel am Ufer. His recent works include “Dark Material” (2013), with Sculptor Monika Grzymala and the band Xiu Xiu and “Together Forever” (2014), a three hour participatory practice / feast. In 2015 Wade created "Death Asshole Rave Video" and "DrawnOnward", both dealing with the death of man, zombie subjectivity and the precarious body situated in advanced capitalism.