„RAUBKOPIE“

 

I changed ’I’ to ‘we’, so it would seem to be about us. We’d head somewhere

then make a detour. What if we lose our way?, O asks. I like labyrinths,

answers Kathy Acker, It’s a pickup process, a double theft. Her lies infiltrate

our correspondence – a block starts moving.


RAUBKOPIE is a performance that is based on layering using plagiarism

as a possibility for finding one’s way to claim property that can reside

in anyone’s possession. Piracy, Acker’s self-described writing style,

as well as switching identities provoked our interest. Her poetic excess

in writing returns to open the body itself to being mapped and touched

audiopiece voicing attempts of concrete poetry.

otherwise. As a means to incorporate her language, to make it intimate

and knowable, we share an ongoing email correspondence. This is what

we call The Tough Love Of The Pirates.

 

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Anneliese Ostertag arbeitet als Kuratorin, Redakteurin und Choreographin. Sie ist Teil des Kollektivs super filme, das sich seit 2014 innerhalb von Seminaren, Ausstellungen und Filmreihen mit experimentellen Bewegt-Bildern beschäftigt. Vor zwei Jahren gründete sie warehouse.industries, ein Projekt, das sich mit digitaler Distribution auseinandersetzt. In diesem Rahmen kuratierte sie ein einjähriges Veranstaltungsprogramm in Berlin und war verantwortlich für die online Redaktion. Im Januar diesen Jahres gab sie den Sammelband en plein air – Ethnographies of the Digital heraus, der bei Spector Books erschien. Anneliese studierte Performance Design and Practice am Central Saint Martin’s College London, hat einen Bachelor in Philosophie und Kulturwissenschaften und macht derzeit einen Master in Choreographie und Performance in Gießen.

 

 

Anneliese Ostertag works as programmer, editor, and choreographer. She is part of the collective super film, which has been working with experimental moving images since 2015. Two years ago, she founded warehouse.industries, a project that deals with digital distribution. In this context, she curated a one-year program in Berlin and was responsible for the online editing. She co-edited the anthology en plein air – Ethnographies of the Digital which was published in the beginning of this year by Spector Books. Anneliese studied Performance Design and Practice at Central Saint Martin's College London, holds a bachelor's degree in Philosophy and Cultural Studies, and is currently doing her Masters in Choreography and Performance in Gießen. 

 

 

Amina Szecsödy’s work is situated within the performing arts field as an actor and performer. Her practice combines an interest in the imaginative power of language, sculptural storytelling, theatre and bodily work. Amina studied conceptual performing arts at Malmö Theatre Academy and is currently studying Applied Theatre Studies at Justus-Liebig-Universität.

She is since 2017 a member of the Stockholm based artist-collective and mobile cultural platform Coyote and has previously worked with Aron Skoog, Gry Tingskog and Myriam Lefkowitz ,among others.

 

 

Lena Appel works as a writer and performer. She holds a master’s degree in Urban Ecosystem Science evolving around interests in Architecture, Soil Science and Cultural Studies. After graduation she worked for the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities and spent a year as part of a research group on the perception of things in archeology. Lena is currently studying Applied Theatre Studies in Gießen. Lately, she’s been collaborating on an

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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