Four white hands against a white background. Two have loops on their fingers, which are attached to a small narrow wooden frame with thin yellow ribbons. They touch the other two outstretched palms with their fingertips.
© Christian van der Kooy
Four white hands against a white background. Two have loops on their fingers, which are attached to a small narrow wooden frame with thin yellow ribbons. They touch the other two outstretched palms with their fingertips.
© Christian van der Kooy
Network / Music Theatre / Installation / Performance

[In]operabilities

#2 Berührbarkeiten: Labor

Dates

Thursday

2/23/23

4:00 PM

p1

/ Admission free

[in]operabilities is an agreement made in 2021 by a group of Hamburg artists for joint artistic research and links the art form of opera with the question of its accessibility, the possibilities of inclusive work and the usefulness of "opera-abilities" for living together. The second season of [in]operabilities is dedicated to "touchabilities." In an intensive work phase, international artists from the fields of music and the performing arts will come together at Kampnagel. On February 23rd, the doors of the laboratory will open for guests.


With: Franziska Henschel, Leo Hofmann, Carolin Jüngst, Emil Leske, Sophia Neises, Marie-Sophie Richter, Ludmila Rodrigues, Naomi Sanfo, Susanne Tod, Benjamin van Bebber, Jeanne Charlotte Vogt, Ladislav Zajac, Caroline Sophie Pilling, Michael Turinsky, Gunda Schröder, Sarah Wendt & Pascal Dufaux

[in]operabilities was initiated by Benjamin van Bebber, Leo Hofmann, Franziska Henschel and Jeanne Charlotte Vogt.

Funded within the framework of conceptual support from the Fonds Darstellende Künste with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media and from the Claussen-Simon Foundation.

The laboratory is supported within the framework of conceptual funding from the Performing Arts Fund with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media, from the Claussen-Simon Foundation and by the Government of Québec's representation in Germany.