Performance, reading

Chaos Ballett

A Narrative Performance by Sina Kamala Kaufmann

Thu, Nov 21, 2019
Lecture Hall
7 pm
Free entry
In German
© Chaos Ballett

Whatever doesn’t exist either has yet to be or never will. Recognizing and promoting creative processes is the challenge of a future society. How can this be done quite differently than ever before? What can a liberating interpretation of intellectual property look like? Between the rigorous form of ballet and the unpredictability of chaos, the commissioned work by the author and activist Sina Kamala Kaufmann creates possible scenarios for the future. Her as yet unpublished short story focuses on automated logging of altruism by technically recording and evaluating somatic processes. Interactions and responses are captured, made exploitable and recognizable with blockchain-based contracts. Together with colleagues from various collectives, she dances against Artificial Intelligence and structures that are increasingly forcing the artistic and creative onto pathways of the consumable and for a matriarchal society in which caring and creating opportunities for others structure the community.

With Deborah Kötting, Thomas Liebkose, Fabian Rack, Veronika Lugitsch, Steffen Greiner, Lena Fritsch, Margarida Isabel de Abreu Neto and others

Music by: Thomas Liebkose feat. Kabel Trace & Fabian Rack