Register and get your performance kit sent to your home.
«DIY - a guide to a self-performance»
Lorenz Nufer and Sophie Jung deal with the fantasy and private living space of the audience. Their private spaces will become the stage for this DIY performance. Step by step, a guided self-performance is created in which the spectator becomes a performer and an audience at the same time.
And this is how it works: Register in the form above. A parcel will be sent to the address given. Inside: some items and a QR code. This code is the access to an audio guide. Similar to a city tour, the audience is now guided through their apartment - through a place that we all think we know particularly well after the long months of lockdown and home office. Stage characters will be created with various instructions and are brought to life by the participants. How long have these characters been waiting in your home to finally step out? Let your imagination run wild and experience a very private, unique self-performance.
Attention: There is a total of 50 performance kits, so hurry up with your registration!
“DIY - a guide to self-performance” is available in German and English.
Start: May 10th, 2021
Live Instagram Talk: http://instagram.com/new.normal.art
Duration: 15 minutes
Giacomo Veronesi / Barbara Weber
Diana Ammann / Beatrice Fleischlin
Fabian Chiquet / Club für Melodien
Lorenz Nufer / Sophie Jung
Joël László / Performing Porfiry
Lorenz Nufer (* 1976 in Zurich) studied acting at the renowned Ernst Busch Drama Academy in Berlin. After working for several years as a member of the ensemble at theaters in Switzerland, Germany and Austria, he founded a free theater group and began to develop and direct his own material. He currently works as a director, actor and author for film and theater. He also teaches regularly as a lecturer at the Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK). In 2019 he won the Basel Film Prize for the documentary film «Volunteer», which he directed together with Anna Thommen.
Sophie Jung studied at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam, and received a master’s degree in fine arts from Goldsmiths University, London. She has realized exhibitions and projects in Switzerland, England, and the United States. In 2016, her work was honored with the Swiss Art Award.
Eva Böhmer works as a dramaturge, curator and project manager. She studied theater studies, sociology and modern German literature at the Ruhr University in Bochum. She worked at the Impulse Theater Festival, at LOFFT.Leipzig, at the Ruhrtriennale and at Theater Basel. As a freelance dramaturge she collaborates with institutions like TanzSzene Baden-Württemberg and Dachverband Tanz Deutschland. Working relationships with the directors Laurent Gröflin, Antje Schupp, Lorenz Nufer, Beatrice Fleischlin. In 2018/2019 she headed the cultural office of the Austrian Consulate General in Shanghai.
Concept, Text and German Voice