BOUNDARIES. An Archive of Future Remains”

The year is 2130: Planet Earth has turned uninhabitable for human life a couple of decades ago. A part of mankind has had the fnancial means to emigrate on Mars. From there they look back and try to fgure out what might have happened on blue marbel, which, surrounded by cold and darkness, still turns around itself by a speed of 465 meters per second. In the Performance Boundaries. An Archive of future remains, a group of researchers looks back on a period which by historians is known as “bordertime”. A time, in which humans were bounded to each other more closely than ever before and still were mainly busy with building walls. It was the moment in which mankind had started to inscribe itself to all circuits of the planet and at the same time was splitting it up into divisions every time deeper. The researchers investigate remains from the period shortly before the planet changed forever: Objects, Images and sounds, traces from this brief moment when everything still seemed to be possible. According to these fnds they try to fgure out what that was: the earth.

A Performance by andpartnersincrime. Artistic Direction: Eleonora Herder, Dramaturgy: Tim Schuster, Videodesign: Julia Novacek, Stage Design: Anna Sukhova, Sounddesign: Marc Behrens, Live-Sounds: Jan Bam, Performance: Jan Bam, Eleonora Herder, Julia Novacek, Tim Schuster, Saeed Sedaghat, Anna Sukhova.

Supported by Kulturamt der Stadt Frankfurt am Main.

Thursday, 28. June 2018 - 19:30 to Sunday, 1. July 2018 - 19:30
€10 / €7
Weltkulturen Labor, Schaumainkai 37
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