This is not a garden (Masterclass)
Why do we drag branches, stones, moss, lumps of clay, straw, etc. into a gym? What performative spaces emerge from such an extraction from nature? What forms of plant-human relationships can arise here? Symbiotic or only close trans-corporal relationships?
Assuming that, from a metabolic perspective, humans strongly resemble a lemon: How can we strengthen the plant in us and perceive this as a form of kinship?
In this workshop, we will deal with these and other questions and deepen the sensual plant-human encounters from the performance This is not a garden. In addition, Markus Gradwohl and Lisa Hinterreithner will address discourse material and impart knowledge about the participating plants.
fuses bodies and materials in her artistic practice. She is always on the lookout for experimental performance formats that address issues of representation and participation. She often invites the audience, performers and objects to be part of a joint process. lisahinterreithner.at
is mainly interested in the relationships between societies and nature inscribed in history, archives, and the documentation of ephemera. As a self-taught ecologist and environmental historian, he prefers to work with photos and videos. In addition to personal projects, he documents experimental music and performance.
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