K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg / Lea Moro
Imagine you are in an urban living space, a city. Your senses are like sensitive antennas. You use them to sniff the humid air, feel musty soil and rummage through spiny thickets. Your ears are pricked up, and they listen to the urban underground. Who lives there in the ground, in tunnels and canals? The city is a habitat for many creatures, animals and plants. And we are always in the middle of it. If you become all ears, you can listen to their voices and stories. In the end, the city decides it’s time to set out and find a new form and way of life. Together with the performers the audience embarks on a polyphonic audio journey in and around the theater. Ohren sehen is a piece for sighted and visually impaired people.
Accessibliity – ears to see The performance has an integrated audio description and an auditory guidance system. It will take place mostly outside. The route include moving on grass, uneven paths, single doorsteps and asphalt. Wheelchair accessibility is guaranteed and assistance is provided by accompanying persons as needed. The performance also contains longer periods where standing is required. Seating can be provided upon request. At certain points, the audience will be asked to close their eyes and move along a rope. The audience will receive instructions via headphones, which will not be translated into DGS or easy language. Each member of the audience can follow the performance individually via headphones, which requires the ability to move independently of the group. For further questions and specific needs please contact: tanzplan[at]kampnagel.de or +49 (0)40 / 270 949 – 45