Olympiastadion

PUBLIC ART MUNICH 2018 – GRAND OPENING

Massimo Furlan: A Reenactment of the 1974 East Germany – West Germany World Cup Match, with original commentaries / free entry, ticket needed

Performance

The Grand Opening of PAM 2018 literally kicks off at 7pm at the Olympic Stadium with Swiss performance artist Massimo Furlan’s reenactment of the legendary 1974 World Cup match East Germany-West Germany. The game that ended with a score of 1:0 will be performed by only two participants, one as Sepp Maier (Massimo Furlan) and one as Jürgen Sparwasser (Franz Beil, former actor at Berlin’s Volksbühne). Two original radio commentaries will accompany the match, returning football—this time as art—to the Olympic arena. Bring you radio set!

Massimo Furlan is a choreographer, actor, performer, and writer based in Lausanne.
Franz Beil is an actor from the former Volksbühne Ensemble who has worked with the renowned director René Pollesch.


OPEN AND FREE FOR ALL, tickets are necessary / Olympic Stadium Munich / Spiridon-Louis-Ring 27 / 80809 München


PAM2018. Performative Art in the City. Curated by Joanna Warsza. Commissioned by the City of Munich.



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