How To Feel Better? (János Brückner, Xaver Hirsch, Astarte Posch, Victoria Sarangova)
How To Feel Better is an investigative performance laboratory which explores the potentialities of domestication, personalization and appropriation of contemporary spaces. How to convert cold spaces in order to warm them up for our needs and aspirations? What kind of place could this space be? What else is there? Always on the way to where we are running away from.
Collegium Hungaricum Berlin, Dorotheenstraße 12, Mitte, 10117 Berlin
Partially barrier-free. Suitable for persons with motor impairments.
Performance: János Brückner, Xaver Hirsch, Astarte Posch, Victoria Sarangova
AAAA is a collaboration between four people with various backgrounds: in terms of methods, formats used (photography, performance, painting, digital image production) and countries of origin. János Brückner, Xaver Hirsch, Astarte Posch and Victoria Sarangova share a common interest in patterns, language, music and realism and are fellow students in the Art in Context postgraduate MA program at the Berlin University of the Arts.
Collegium Hungaricum Berlin (CHB) has been enriching Berlin’s international art and culture community for nearly a century and launched an expanded concept with a revised function in 2016. With a special focus on creative processes as well as an opening to a broader, more international audience, the CHB team has developed an interdisciplinary programming structure which is built upon five so-called “modes” (scenic – science – screen – sound – space), each with their independent brand character.
As such, CHB see itself not only as a forum for addressing current fluctuations within Hungary’s artistic communities or an internationally relevant oeuvre. It is different and it is much more: a place for dialog and encounters, a discursive platform that deals with the societal and cultural upheavals of our present as well as simultaneously a workshop and incubator for innovative ideas and a creative hub.