Zivilisierte Länder (Pink Valley)
Zivilisierte Länder is a mixture of theater, performance and experiment – while at the same time it is discourse, ritual and parody. The collective deals with personal history and moments of social tension and experiments with empathy as a phenomenon that has to be aesthetically activated. It is a reaction to the right-wing populist tendencies in Europe and an attempt to counteract.
Um zum DingDongDom zu gelangen müssen beispielsweise Rollstuhlfahrer den Hauteingang zum Holzmarkt benutzen (der extra Eingang zur Pampa und dem DingDongDom ist nicht Barrierefrei)
Theater auf dem Holzmarkt25, Holzmarktstraße 25, Mitte, 10243 Berlin
Um zum DingDongDom zu gelangen müssen Rollstuhlfahrer den Haupteingang zum Holzmarkt benutzen (der Eingang zur Pampa und dem DingDongDom ist nicht barrierefrei).
Concept, Production & Performance: Valeria Germain, Leicy Valenzuela, Nina Behrendt
Performance & Sound: Alexander Maulwurf
Contemporary Witnesses: Christa Behrendt-Hain, David Pino, Lukas Runkewitzz
Creative collaborators: Hagen Runkewitz (Lighting / Technician), Anna Stephens (Costum), Nicola Theisen (Text), Sebastian Höing (Editor Audio Walk), Philip Scholl (Foto flyer and poster), Claudia Catalán (Documentation)
Pink Valley is a three-member, Chilean-German performance collective that takes on the encounters, boundaries and coincidences of life and thus illuminates questions about humanity and cultural identity. The group largely works with the means of postdramatic theater and builds on scenically staged and biographical elements, works site-specifically and interactively with the audience and draws its aesthetics from the interdisciplinary.
Holzmarkt is not just a street in Berlin with a lively history. The name says it all and we see our future in it. Holzmarkt, literally “lumber market”, means the combination of nature, economy and culture. We open and create creative spaces to live and work. A lively neighborhood is to be created where the scars of the Berlin Wall between East and West Berrlin can still be seen that connects Friedrichshain, Kreuzberg and Mitte. No wall or other barrier blocks the view to the Spree. The Holzmarkt attracts, delights, inspires and brings together people from Berlin and all over the world. Here you can find peace and fun, work and entertainment that you can help to shape and enjoy. Sustainability and change are no contradiction for us. We create an interface between modern architecture and a lumber market in the literal sense of the word. New technologies and crafts cross-pollinate each other. Holzmarkt leaves room for new things and does not remain static. We want to create value, experiment and learn in a unique place worth living.