a.pass researchers PRESENTED BY A.PASS, KAAITHEATER & KANAL – CENTRE POMPIDOU

Unsettled Study

22.03 – 23.03.2019

During Unsettled Study, a.pass platform for artistic research is revisiting the architectural, material and performative components of doing research together. The group is establishing a space of study at Kanal where you can join their explorations as they happen. a.pass welcomes you to navigate through not-knowing, hearsay, strange intuitions and obsessions.

• a.pass is an artistic research environment that develops research on performativity and scenography in an international artistic and educational context. The institute includes two complementary bodies that operate in parallel and in dialogue: a Post-master Program and a Research Centre.

 

RETURN-TO-KANAL PASS

During Performatik19, there will be five consecutive performances and open studios at Kanal – Centre Pompidou. You can attend all of these performances over several days with only one ticket (€ 14), take this ticket to the Kanal ticket office and exchange it for your return-to-Kanal pass.
> Buy your pass here
> Find the four other projects included in the pass below

Are you eligible for a reduced rate? You can buy a reduced ticket at the Kanal ticket office. This ticket is only valid for one day (so you cannot exchange it for a return-to-Kanal pass). You do not need to book seats for ongoing performances and open studios.


produced & performed by a.pass | researchers, curators & facilitators Alex Arteaga, Deborah Birch, Elen Braga, Isabel Burr Raty, Chloe Chignell, Diego Echegoyen, Amélie van Elmbt, Nassia Fourtouni, Katinka van Gorkum, Antye Guenther, Steven Jouwersma, Leo Kay, Joke Liberge, Mathilde Maillard, Sara Manente, Michele Meesen, Maurice Meewisse, Lilia Mestre, Caterina Mora, Muslin Brothers (Yaen Levi & Tamar Levit), Eszter Némethi, Goda Palekaite, Laura Pante, Peggy Pierrot, Rob Ritzen, Flavio Rodrigo, RRadio Triton, Femke Snelting, Christina Stadlbauer | lecture performance mentoring Philipp Gehmacher | process curator Vladimir Miller

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