OPEN WEEK

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In OPEN WEEK visual artists and the team of the production FUKUSHIMA, MY LOVE encounter the very first research reports from Japan, shortly after arriving in Hamburg. Based on this FIRST HAND ACCOUNT one week the Fleetstreet will serve as a free working space without further background or preparation. At the opening of the costa cie. Residency in Fleetstreet Theater sculpture, painting, film, dance and performance will be presented. The space, in which during the two following months rehearsals and performances for FUKUSHIMA, MY LOVE will take place, is thus going to experience a transmedial reinterpretation, as will the entire concept of a multi-disciplinary approach to the disaster at Japan.

‘フ ク シ マ, わ た し の 愛’

A RESULT OF AN OPEN WEEK WITH VARIOUS ARTISTS

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FUKUSHIMA, MY LOVE

Starting Shot

起動 す る

QUESTIONS ON FORM

フ ォ ー ム の 質問

Mindsets

マ イ ン ド

BEER

ビ ー ル

In the context of:

costa compagnie
FUKUSHIMA, MY LOVE
Fleet Street Resident Program
Premiere on January 13, 2013

Sponsored by:
Kulturbehörde Hamburg, Hamburgische Kulturstiftung, Rudolf Augstein Stiftung, K3, Fleetstreet Theater Hamburg

Balz Isler and Signe Koefoed present:

// Sculpture / painting / film / performance / dance
// Nils Knott / Tim Huys / / Alex Strehl / Christian Rothmaler / Philip Schwalb / Til Spieker / Balz Isler / Signe Koefoed / Felix Meyer-Christian / J. Henle / Jascha Viehstädt / Jennifer Bennet / Lani Tran-Duc

SAT // 17 NOV // 19h

20-22h
J. Henle / Piano & Jascha Viehstädt / Dance

22h
Tim Huys / Performance

22:30h
Jennnifer Bennet
or “everything is personal, the whole world I’ve built” / Bass and voice

SO // 18.NOV // 14:00 – 16h

Screening / Sans Soleil – Invisible Sun / 1982 / Chris Marker

FLEETSTREET / ADMIRALITÄTSSTRASSE 71 / HAMBURG