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Rituals of performative self-inventorying

  • B.EEF
  • April 30th 2021
  • TATWERK | Berlin / Online

Gestures of remembering

Between Us
Portrait of the three artists. The three juxtaposed pictures were taken in different places, but they have in common the light blue background and the artists' outfits. All three are wearing a black jumper. © Rabia Çalışkan, Nitsan Margaliot, Denis Walter

How can immaterial heritage become a tangible inventory? In this work we gather around three individual experiences, perspectives and histories. With a critical eye B.EEF develop a performative-installation piece in which bodies, memories and objects are inventoried through ritual practices. Based on the thesis that our bodies and minds are mobile, finite archives, we want to capture the knowledge of our family histories and memories through a practice of self-inventorying, critically enacted through performative rituals that provide insights into our lives and pasts. "Self-inventorying” means to draw an awareness from within oneself, with regard to one's own history.

Rituals of the performative self-inventorying by B.EEF is supported by Fonds Darstellende Künste with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.

Dates

Streaming within »Between Us«:
April 30th 2021
9 am - 9 pm
TATWERK | Berlin / On Twitch

»Between Us« invites selected artists to realize independent, digital and discursive formats within their own work processes explicitly designed for streaming.
Supported by Fonds Darstellende Künste with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.

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Digitale Feedback-Session with Theaterscoutings Berlin:
May 3rd 2021
8 pm
TATWERK | Berlin / on ecosero

Credits

By and with: Emel Aydoğdu, Siddiquie and Fatima de Bossa
Production management: Uta Engel
Dramaturgy: Julia-Huda Nahas
Scenery and video concept: Parisa Karimi
Concept styling and costumes: Fatma Saltwater
Rehearsal sirector: Rabea Porsch:
Grafic design: Ana Maria Sales Prado

Biography

B.EEF are Emel Aydoğdu, Siddiquie and Fatima de Bossa. They have been collaborating intensively on and off as directors, choreographers and performers since 2015. The collective's work is characterized by figurative and illusory forms of movement and play, between the digital world and haptic space. B.EEF is primarily concerned with themes of biography and the body, geopolitics and time. Working locations are Bochum, Berlin, New York and Philadelphia.
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