Gauss Tips

Here they are: The fresh weekly Gauss tips from February 24th to March 9th, 2021

Online Theater: The BIG Picture – Feb. 24 and 25, 2021, 10 a.m.

A picture is worth a thousand words. A picture can change the world. A picture can change you, it can challenge you – to think and to act. Come, let’s be inspired! Together, now and here. Two performers on stage play, document and explore the story behind the picture. They tell us stories of known and unknown people. Stories of little heroes and world-famous icons. Of people who turn their visions into actions and take responsibility. Who take action, break the rules, question traditions and reshape the future. Because the world can be changed.

The link to the livestream can be found here soon.

Online concert: I hope… in concert – 27.02.2021 & 06.03.2021 both at 5 p.m.

Amidst the installation “I Hope” by Chiharu Shiota, concerts or performances take place every Saturday at the König Galerie, streamed live on Facebook and Instagram.

The former St. Agnes Church is now an art gallery and decorated on the ceiling with 10,000 red floating papers with messages full of hope, under which the events take place.

February 27: dance company Sasha Waltz & Guests and Lucretia Dalt

March 06: Dance performance: Yoko Tawada and Yuko Kaseki

The events will be streamed live on Facebook and Instagram and are available free of charge.

Documentary Theater: Home away from home – Feb. 28, 2021, 8 p.m.

Taiwanese choreographer Fang Yun Lo, who works in Essen and Dresden, and her team met over 100 people of Vietnamese descent in Germany and Taiwan during two years of journalistic research. In spontaneous encounters at the workplace, in stores, snack bars and stores, they talked about experiences as immigrants and life in a family between cultures. Home away from home weaves a touching, polyphonic journey from all these memories. Divided into small groups, the audience meets six performers at different stations in the theater who tell their own stories and those of their families – as artists, workers, youtubers or students. A complex mosaic of human relationships emerges from narratives, images, films and audio pieces. Home Away From Home tells of the global dimension of labor migration and transcultural reality, reports on disruption and structural violence, but at the same time also explores overarching human categories of home, identity and happiness.

The link to the stream will be published here shortly.

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