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The Cameroon historian and philosopher Achille Mbembe is one of the masterminds of post-colonialism. In his book “Critique of Black Reason” which appeared two years ago, Mbembe describes how – since the beginning of modern times – global capitalism has developed from the transatlantic slave trade and how also Europe and its citizens are hardly able any more to prevent the “world from turning black”. Following on “Reading Piketty” the Kammerspiele continue their occupation with a contemporary theoretical work.
OCTOBER 25, NOVEMBER 8 and 29 / 5 pm / meeting point stage entrance.
“Point Of No Return” on October 27 and “The Re’Search” on October 29
“Point Of No Return” refers to those dramatic moments when a process
cannot be reversed. In historical science, for example, this is
considered the point in time when an event irrevocably takes its course.
At the same time this moment can be investigated on numerous levels:
What does this “Point Of No Return” mean on an individual level, in its
political or technological dimension – a utopian or dystopic moment?
Yael Ronen attracted attention with her unconventional themes, her light
as well as disturbing productions at the Berlin Maxim-Gorki Theater and
has repeatedly been invited to the Berlin Theatertreffen.
Premiere on October 27. All information.
By means of his collage-like high-speed videos, the American artist Ryan Trecartin playfully reflects the age of the Internet. His works have immediately made him one of the most sought-after artists of his generation with great exhibitions in Venice, Berlin and New York. With “The Re’Search” he has created a linguistic piece of art from the (near) future, populated by identities that have left the narrow limits of gender, class and race behind. Felix Rothenhäusler’s adaption is the first staging of a text by Ryan Trecartin in the theater. Playful and sometimes utopian.
Premiere on October 29. All information.
Sammlung Goetz and Kammerspiele show the multimedia installation for the first time in Europe, November 4 to 6
In the context of the world premiere of Ryan Trecartin’s screenplay for “The Re’Search”, the Kammerspiele are showing a large multimedia installation by the American artist in cooperation with the Goetz Collection.
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We walked through the whole city for you and attached our brand new #Kammershirts to or near to the posters of this season's image campaign. If you find one you are invited to rip it off and keep it. If you take/took any photos or videos of the process, please send them to us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Get next season's bilingual booklet as digital or printed version
We are very happy to present to you next season's booklet. Next to information about the plays and people at Münchner Kammerspiele you will find portraits of our actors in it, taken by the world renowned artist Wolfgang Tillmans.
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