Please note the current Health and Safety Regulations in the Academy buildings.

Saturday, 31 Aug
Dance

7 pm

What the Body Remembers. Dance Heritage Today Dore Hoyer: Afectos Humanos

Film, Talk and Dances

7 pm: Pol Pi: ECCE (H)OMO
8:15 pm: Dore Hoyer / Nils Freyer: Afectos Humanos
9:15 pm: Dore Hoyer / Renate Graziadei: Afectos Humanos

In German

€ 8/5
(Film and Talk)

€ 13/7 Single-Ticket
(One Dance)

€ 28/18 Combined Ticket
(All three Dances, incl. Film and Talk)

Saturday, 31 Aug
Film and Talk

5 pm

Hanseatenweg

Studio Lobby

What the Body Remembers. Dance Heritage Today Dore Hoyer: Afectos Humanos

Discussion with Arila Siegert, Susanne Linke, Martin Nachbar

In German

Followed by Dore Hoyer tanzt Afectos Humanos, Film, 1962

Admission with exhibition ticket (€ 8/5)

Friday, 30 Aug
Lecture and Discussion

5 pm

Hanseatenweg

Studio Lobby

What the Body Remembers. Dance Heritage Today “Intercultural” Archives: The Dance Archive Box Project

Lecture by Ong Ken Sen

Followed by discussion with Jochen Roller, Nacera Belaza

Moderation: Johannes Odenthal

In English

Admission with exhibition ticket (€ 8/5)

Thursday, 29 Aug
Dance

8 pm

Hanseatenweg

Hall 2

What the Body Remembers. Dance Heritage Today Nacera Belaza: La Nuit, La Traversée & Sur le fil

Followed by talk with Nacera Belaza

Moderation: Heike Albrecht

In English

€ 20/12

Thursday, 29 Aug
Book Release

8 pm

Pariser Platz

Plenary Hall

Katerina Poladjan: Hier sind Löwen

Reading: Katerina Poladjan

Introduction and discussion: Meike Feßmann

Saxophone: Angelika Niescier

In German

€ 6/4

Thursday, 29 Aug
Film Screening

6:30 pm

Hanseatenweg

Studio Lobby

What the Body Remembers. Dance Heritage Today The Body as Archive

Film by Michael Maurissens

D 2016, 50 Min., English OV with German subtitles

Admission with exhibition ticket (€ 8/5)

Thursday, 29 Aug
Lecture

5 pm

Hanseatenweg

Studio Lobby

What the Body Remembers. Dance Heritage Today The Documentation Turn in Contemporary Dance

Lecture by Scott deLahunta

In English

Admission with exhibition ticket (€ 8/5)

Wednesday, 28 Aug
Dance

8:30 pm

Hanseatenweg

Studio

What the Body Remembers. Dance Heritage Today Fabián Barba: A Mary Wigman Dance Evening

€ 20/12, incl. event at 7 pm: Danse Macabre. Totentanz I und II by Mary Wigman

Wednesday, 28 Aug
Dance

7 pm

Hanseatenweg

Studio

What the Body Remembers. Dance Heritage Today Mary Wigman / Dance Company Theater Osnabrück: Danse Macabre. Totentanz I and II

With Dance Company Theater Osnabrück

Talk with Patricia Stöckemann, Henrietta Horn

In German

€ 20/12, incl. event at 8:30 pm: Fabián Barba: A Mary Wigman Dance Evening

Wednesday, 28 Aug
Discussion

5 pm

Hanseatenweg

Studio Lobby

What the Body Remembers. Dance Heritage Today Wigman’s Influences on the Post-War Period

Discussion with Katharine Sehnert, Irene Sieben

Moderation: Jochen Roller

In German

Admission with exhibition ticket (€ 8/5)

Tuesday, 27 Aug
Symposium

5 pm – 10 pm

Hanseatenweg

Hall 2

What the Body Remembers. Dance Heritage Today RE-Perspective. Deborah Hay

Symposium with Deborah Hay, Gabriele Brandstetter, Peter Humble & David Young, Kirsten Maar, Peter Pleyer, Brit Rodemund, Frank Willens and amateur actors

In English

€ 20/15

Monday, 26 Aug
Dance

8 pm

Hanseatenweg

Studio

Monday, 26 Aug
Discussion

5 pm

Hanseatenweg

Studio Lobby

What the Body Remembers. Dance Heritage Today Getanzte Archive

Discussion with Anne Collod, Xavier Le Roy, Martin Nachbar, Johannes Odenthal

Moderation: Ingo Diehl

In English

Admission with exhibition ticket (€ 8/5)

Sunday, 25 Aug
Dance

7 pm

Hanseatenweg

Hall 2

What the Body Remembers. Dance Heritage Today Mirjam Sögner: Dancer of the Future

A techno-driven dance to and about Isadora Duncan

€ 13/7

Sunday, 25 Aug
Discussion

6 pm

Hanseatenweg

Studio Lobby

What the Body Remembers. Dance Heritage Today YES/NO, Manifestos on Dance

Discussion on manifestos in dance

With Gabriele Brandstetter, Katja Schneider, Sabine Huschka, Isa Wortelkamp

In German

Admission with exhibition ticket (€ 8/5)

25 Aug – 21 Sep
Exhibition

What the Body Remembers. Dance Heritage Today The Century of Dance

Daily 3 pm – 10 pm

Guided tours:
Mon – Sat 4 pm
Sun 3 pm

€ 8/5

Sunday, 25 Aug
Book Presentation

5 pm

Hanseatenweg

Studio Lobby

What the Body Remembers. Dance Heritage Today The Century of Dance

Book presentation with Madeline Ritter, Johannes Odenthal

In German

Admission with exhibition ticket (€ 8/5)

Saturday, 24 Aug
Dance

8 pm

Hanseatenweg

Studio

What the Body Remembers. Dance Heritage Today Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker / Rosas: Fase, Four Movements to the Music of Steve Reich

Followed by talk with Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, Gabriele Brandstetter

In English

€ 28/18

Saturday, 24 Aug
Exhibition Opening

6 pm

Hanseatenweg

Studio Lobby

24 Aug – 21 Sep
Exhibition, Performances, Discourse
Saturday, 24 Aug
Exhibition Opening

11 am

Kurt Tucholsky Literaturmuseum
Mühlenstr. 1
16831 Rheinsberg

Thomas Florschuetz. Zwischenzeit

Exhibition opening with Eugen Blume, Peter Böthig, Anke Hervol

In German

Free admission

24 Aug – 3 Nov
Exhibition

Kurt Tucholsky Literaturmuseum
Mühlenstr. 1
16831 Rheinsberg

Thomas Florschuetz. Zwischenzeit

Kurt Tucholsky Museum
Tue – Sun, 10 am – 12.30 pm and 1 – 5:30 pm

Rheinsberg Palace
Tue – Sun 10 am – 5:30 pm (until 31 Oct)
Tue – Sun 10 am – 4 pm (from 1 Nov)

€ 4/3

24 Aug – 8 Sep
Exhibition

Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin
Invalidenstraße 50-51
10557 Berlin

What the Body Remembers. Dance Heritage Today “Retrospective” by Xavier Le Roy

Sat & Sun 11 am – 6 pm
Mon closed
Tue, Wed, Fri 10 am – 6 pm
Thur 10 am – 8 pm

Free admission

Thursday, 22 Aug
Press Preview

11 am

What the Body Remembers. Dance Heritage Today

With:
Nele Hertling, curator and director of the Performing Arts Section, Akademie der Künste
Madeline Ritter, curator, Tanzfonds Erbe
Stephan Dörschel, Perfoming Arts Archive, Akademie der Künste
Xavier Le Roy, artist
Ong Keng Sen, director, curator
Heike Albrecht, curator
Friederike Tappe-Hornbostel, Head of Public Relations of the German Federal Cultural Foundation
Introduction and moderation: Johannes Odenthal, programming director, Akademie der Künste

Exhibition halls open from 10 am.

Akademie der Künste, Hanseatenweg 10, 10557 Berlin
Registration requested: +49 (0)30 200 57-1514, presse@adk.de

 

9 – 31 Aug
Video Installation

Pariser Platz

Black Box

Thursday, 8 Aug
Open Studios

6:30 pm

Hanseatenweg

Ateliers

Junge Akademie – Open Studios Night

With the fellows Barbara Delać, Johann Lurf, Franziska Pflaum, Elena Zieser

Participation only with prior reservation: junge_akademie@adk.de

Free admission


The November / December programme will be released from mid-October 2020.