Ticket combo: with a ticket of Blab only € 5. Available at the TQW box office and in our webshop.
Demonstrating love, loyalty and belonging in our society often means that, as a result, others will be excluded or hurt. According to author and historian Sarah Schulman, the logics of destructive concepts of loyalty can be understood in terms of an abandoned person demanding that you must also be unfriendly towards the partner who has left them. and and is part of a process that started in 2018 with the piece and, questioning the origins of a politics of stigmatisation which rules out any constructive conflict resolution. and and will thereby further engage with issues of class and milieu distinctions. Ripped pieces of tape, text fragments and transparent colour foils will inhabit the space: speckled, coloured, written bodies, bodies within and in opposition to demarcations, dotted space, sound spots. Real text, fake bodies? and and constitutes a remix of text and tixo, political discourse and ‘pointless’ processes of ratification, featuring a bassy live sound by Elise…
Double feature: Before and and, you have the opportunity to see Sonja Jokiniemi’s performance Blab at 19.30 at TQW Halle G.
work focuses on current social and political issues. Her latest collaborations include artists such as Julius Deutschbauer, Jack Hauser, Rotraud Kern, Elise Mory, Laura Navndrup Black, Lilo Nein, Martina Ruhsam and Linda Samaraweerová.
Hinterreithner teaches Performance Research at SEAD, Musik und Kunst Privatuniversität der Stadt Wien and at the Danish National School of Performing Arts in Copenhagen. Together, Lisa Hinterreithner and Elfi Eberhard are also editors-in-chief of the research platform tanzbuero in Salzburg.