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Flutgraben Performances #4: Last Minute
9. February | 18:00 – 23:00
Come and celebrate with us Last Minute!
This is the fourth event of Flutgraben Performances and we are completing the first season with contributions by:
Cécile Bally with Sunayana Shetty and Julia Plawgo
Margrét Sara Guðjónsdóttir with Johanna Chemnitz, Laura Siegmund, Suet-Wan Tsang
Anna-Kirstine Linke and Uri Turkenich
Sandra Man and Marita Tatari
Usaen Travis, Clementine Mensonge, Moritz Majce, Claire Montduvin, Uri Turkenich, Eyrun aka Margret Sara Gudjonsdottir, Mia Stark
André Uerba and Guests
The artists will show excerpts of current pieces, re-stage finished ones, introduce new ideas, talk about their context.
There will be live music by Mokete Mokete!
Hilà Lahav will cook and Darko Dragičević will be our DJ.
We are starting at 18h.
The door opens every hour on the hour for 10mins: 18h, 19h, 20h, 21h, 22h
Entrance is free, but please register at –
– so we know how many people to expect.
Flutgraben Performances is an artist-run and self-organised event series. The participating artists in the first season are Cécile Bally, Charlie Fouchier, Margrét Sara Guðjónsdóttir, Arantxa Martinez, Uri Turkenich, André Uerba, Clément Layes, Jasna L. Vinovrški, Moritz Majce and Sandra Man.
Production: Katharina Wallisch and Magda Zielinska
Technical support: Helmut Rilinger
Lights: Milos Vujkovic
Flutgraben Performances is a series of four events per year, located at Am Flutgraben Berlin and dedicated to the growth of artistic works. It focuses on choreographic, dance, and performance works in the broadest sense of the term. It challenges the ways artworks are presented to the audience. This by presenting works closer to the way they are produced and constantly transformed. Flutgraben Performances aims to go beyond the premiere as the only encounter between an artwork and an audience, and attempts to create engagements that are more intimate and fragile yet simultaneously more continuous and consistent.
Funded by the Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe. Supported by Flutgraben e.V. and Public in Private Studio thanks to the artists.