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IN TRANSIT 2004
The Third Body
02 June 04 - 13 June 04
The IN TRANSIT festival focuses on current artistic and cultural developments in Asia, Africa and the Americas and their relationship to the situation in Germany and Europe. It is a festival of encounter and production, a laboratory for the future of the performing arts.
The inspiration for this festival springs from the complex intellectual, social and political layerings of the current global situation. It lies in concepts - such as globalization, postcolonialism, cultural identity, nationalism and the emancipation of minorities, the questioning of the subject and the possibility of dialogue - that have crystallized out of the work of the House of World Cultures. At the same time, it lies in the artistic upheavals, the resistance offered by artists,the repositioning of tradition and the development of new performing arts languages that react to the rapidly changing situation in the world. IN TRANSIT has been shaped by cultural, social and political processes on the one hand and artistic positions on the other.
The dancer and choreographer Koffi Kôkô from Benin / Paris is taking over as artistic director in 2004 and 2005. Under Koffi Kôkô, IN TRANSIT will posit an African perspective on contemporary artwithout turning into an African project. In the years to come, IN TRANSIT will continue to move on the boundaries of discourses. Between theory and performance, inquiry is focused on the body as a medium of perception, memory, rebellion, knowledge and transformation, the body as a text of cultural and political projections and as the subject of understanding and redefinition.
Aghebati, Mohammad, (portrait in german)
Béatrice Kombé Gnapa, (portrait in german)
Béatrice Kombé Gnapa
Grinstein, Roxana, (portrait in german)
Kôkô, Koffi, (portrait in german)
Lepecki, André, (portrait in german)
Sola, Liu, (portrait in german)
Soyinka, Wole, (portrait in german)
surname, first name, (portrait in german)
The Atlas Group
The Atlas Group, (portrait in german)