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A collapse-aware performance project for a changing planet

One choreography, two Talk Shows and an online community propose a mirror for contemporary times: How do we challenge the transition into a new planetary balance?

The question comes with a task for our generation: to review what the altered biodiversity, climate and migration patterns feel like.

A risk of collapse asks for awareness and a new emotional relationship with the world we have created and its next evolution – whatever it will be. Join us!


Talk Show I: Tribute

Sharing a sense of wonder about the world we live in, past our immediate human realities. (23 September)

Choreography: Catharsis

A celebration of the fascination for human actions, and a thirst for growth. (20-23 October)

Talk Show II: Progress

Getting back to our senses and looking for balance through a beyond-human Esperanto. (5 November)

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»Awake, A Dream from Standing Rock« captures the story of Native-led defiance that forever changed how we fight for clean water, our environment and the future of our planet.
'AWAKE' will be screened in Berlin this Friday 24.11. 8pm at Radialsystem in the frame of ZUHÖREN#3 (free entrance on that day)
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Eine Gruppe aus dem indigenen Volk der Wayúu im kolumbianischen Regenwald widersetzt sich der Umsiedlung für den größten Kohletagebau der Welt. - Preisgekrönter Film über ein Dorf, das in den So...

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The Latin name for seahorse is Hippocampus which means “Horse Caterpillar”. Seahorses eat small crustacea such as Mysis Shrimp. An adult eats 30-50 times a day. Seahorse fry (baby seahorses) eat a staggering 3000 pieces of food per day. Seahorses are fish. Seahorses have excellent eyesight and their eyes are able to work independently on either side of their head. This means they can look forwards and backwards at the same time! This is particularly useful as they hunt for food by sight. Seahorses pair for life. They meet first thing in the morning to reinforce their pair bonding with an elaborate courtship display. The female meets the male in his territory and as they approach each other, they change colour. The male circles around the female and the pair often spiral around an object. This display can last for up to an hour. Once over the female goes back to her territory. Females have a territory of about 1.4 sq metres and males have a territory of about 0.5 sq metres. Their territories overlap. The seahorse is the only creature where the male has a true reversed pregnancy. The female transfers her eggs to the male which he self-fertilises in his pouch. Seahorses can change colour very quickly and match any surroundings in which it finds itself. They have even been known to turn bright red to match floating debris. –– Seahorse facts provided by: www.theseahorsetrust.org/ ... See MoreSee Less

The story behind this shocking photograph. (via BBC Earth)

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Dandelions is supported by the Berlin Senate Chancellery – Cultural Affairs (Berliner Senat Einzelprojektförderung 2016)