Startpunkt/Starting point: Club 29

X SHARED SPACES: Route III – Ludwigsvorstadt

Startpunkt: Club 29 /// Feat.: Franz Wanner, Young Boy Dancing Group, Billinger&Schulz, Leon Eixenberger, Mariam Ghani & As Cool As, Kissi Baumann & Waseem Seger, Johannes Paul Raether, Jeremy Nedd, Josefa Nereus (Residenzprogramm Burschenschaft Molestia)


X Shared Spaces – Route III – Ludwigsvorstadt

Starting point: Club 29, Dachauer Straße 29

Starts every 10 minutes
Each route takes about 3 hours.

The artists on this route:

Jeremy Nedd
Johannes Paul Raether
Billinger and Schulz
Young Boy Dancing Group supported by Pro Helvetia
Franz Wanner
Josefa Nereus, residency of the Burschenschaft Molestia
Leon Eixenberger
Mariam Ghani in collaboration with You have to be as cool as Alain Delon and the workshops Kissi Baumann & Achim Waseem Seger, Bellevue di Monaco

About the project:

After the success of “Shabbyshabby Appartments” the Kammerspiele once again takes its audience outside the theatre. A site-specific city walk is planned guiding visitors through selected Munich districts. The “X-Wohnungen” format founded by Matthias Lilienthal, which has been successfully performed in cities all over the world and is now considered a classic way in which to explore urban space by means of the performing arts, is undergoing a radical modernisation. For five days, the audience will be led through the world of digital natives and the sharing economy. “X Shared Spaces” explores the question of how new business models – from Airbnb, DriveNow and Uber to Grindr, Tinder and Deliveroo, to name only the most popular start-ups – permanently change the world we live in, work in, love in, argue in, help or even exploit each other. In 21 apartments, flat shares, co-working spaces and micro-apartments, artists, most of whom grew up in the digital age, have developed a short, ten-minute work. Seven of these performances, theatre pieces and installations are each combined into three different routes. The visitors explore these routes on foot in groups of two – and thus become tourists in their own city. In the most diverse artistic idioms that far outstrip cheap, culturally pessimistic reflections, an idea starts to form of what the future of our coexistence might look like. What are the opportunities, contradictions and risks of the economies of tomorrow? How can sharing economies be productive for new forms of society? Is it possible to counter the logic of neo-liberalism with models of critical thinking or utopian concepts, given the conditions of digital business models? How can artists transfer digital cultures into physically tangible space and thereby create innovative theatre?

There are two more routes:


X Shared Spaces – Route I – Neuaubing
Starting point: Stadtteilladen Westkreuz, Friedrichshafener Straße 11
S-Bahn station WESTKREUZ, exit the station in the direction out of town

Feat.: doublelucky productions / Chris Kondek and Christiane Kühl, Mahin Sadri & Amir Reza Koohestani, Florentina Holzinger, Die Freie Polizeiklasse, Kinan Hmeidan, Jeremy Nedd, Jaha Koo and Eunkyung Jeong, Britta Thie


X Shared Spaces – Route II – Parkstadt Schwabing
Starting point: Arku Café, Max-Bill-Straße 3

Feat.: The Agency, Felix Lübkemann, Antje Schupp, Ergonomics, Jovana Reisinger and Ludwig Abraham, Damian Rebgetz, Henrike Iglesias



as cool as , Kissi Baumann, Billinger und Schulz, Leon Eixenberger, Mariam Ghani , Kamel Najma, Waseem Seger, Franz Wanner, Young Boy Dancing Group

curation and dramaturgy

Helena Eckert, Christoph Gurk, Martin Valdés-Stauber

concept and idea

Christoph Gurk, Matthias Lilienthal

In cooperation with

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Young Boy Dancing Group is supported by

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With friendly support of EMPFANGSHALLE