Susanne Sachsse/xiu xiu – sold out!

Original Sin. A Concert | Tickets:

It's a true story. It's her story. The story of her conflicted admiration and disdain for Luise Brand, her grandmother. The East German government built an anti-fascist protective wall around Berlin. Luise Brand conceived and constructed a majestic private house in a small village in Thüringen where she lived with her older husband, younger lover, two dogs and two daughters. Übermasstedt. Her walls were twice as thick as the Berlin wall. That wall is gone. Luise Brand is dead. GDR socialism failed. Übermasstedt succumbed to an evil destiny. Capitalism. The house is reborn bad. It's alive and it’s not pretty.

xiu xiu

Susanne Sachsse

Vaginal Davis, Susanne Sachsse, Angela Seo, Marc Siegel & Jamie Stewart

Jonathan Berger with Şenol Şentürk & Gesine Kaufmann

Jackie Shemesh with Martin Siemann

Video Art & Performance Seminar Group of Phil Collins & Tobias Yves Zintel with Noam Gorbat & Ruth Schönegge

  • Panorama Image: Karen Zimmermann, Marios Pavlou
  • Moving Image and Animation: Danila Lipatov, Levin Krasel, Max Mauro Schmid, Thomas Lambertz, Julia König, Nicolai Szymaski, Walter Solon, Peter Haas, Jonathan Omer Mizrahi
  • 3D Print: Thomas Lambertz
  • Studio Sequence Directors: Lina Sieckmann & Miriam Gossing
  • Studio Sequence DOP: Christian Kochmann

Sound Technician
Aaron Ghantus

Richard Gabriel Gersch

Vivian Song & Esme Thompson-Turcotte

Katharina Bischoff

Eine Produktion von Susanne Sachsse, Jonathan Berger und xiu xiu in Kooperation mit silent green. In Koproduktion mit dem Goethe-Institut (Internationaler Koproduktionsfonds) und den Münchner Kammerspielen und der Kunsthochschule fur Medien Köln. Gefördert durch den Hauptstadtkulturfonds.

Tickets: 15 € / 10 € (ermäßigt)




Press reviews: 

Gegen die heilige Kleinfamilie - taz

"Ich habe von meiner Großmutter gelernt, dass die Kernfamilie nicht die einzige Form des Zusammenlebens ist" - Missy Magazine

Volle Punktzahl - Vaginal Davis


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