Two people behave in a motel room. Whether together or alone, with or next to each other, at the same time or displaced – what they have in common is this temporary place.
And there is not much time left, the end is approaching. How do they deal with it, what do they value, what is important to them – in the face of the end. And isn’t every end also a new beginning? What do these last weeks, hours, moments look like? What happens to stories, rituals, habits, dependencies? With patterns, structures, routines?
There is no escape and yet everyone flees into a reality that will soon no longer exist. The escape begins and ends in this room. Seemingly detached from the outside world and yet at the mercy of the same fate.
The production “MOTEL VIBES” by the go plastic company offers the audience voyeuristic insights into a deeper “enclosure of vanities”. Equipped by fashion and performance artist Alexandra Börner and surrounded and driven by Nikolaus Woernle’s soundtrack, the two performers expose themselves to an ultimate chamber play scenario.
German/English, Durational and walk-in performance, Duration: 10 min. each, max. 2 persons
Flickering light, loudness, no fixed seating (walk-in)
Interpret:inside: Carlos Dos Reis, Esther Schachenmayr, Joao Pedro De Paula, Mandy Unger, Odbayar Batsuuri, go plastic company
Concept / Choreography: Cindy Hammer
Artistic direction / dramaturgy: Susan Schubert
Equipment (costume & set): Alexandra Börner
Music / Composition: Nikolaus Woernle
Texts: go plastic / Rudi Goblen
Production Management: Josefine Wosahlo
Photo / Art-Work: Stephan Tautz
Artistic documentation: Erik Groß / Stephan Tautz
Lighting: Falk Dittrich / Benjamin Henrichs
Sound: Dirk Schaller / Peter Heise / Helge Petzold
Stage: Nora Weimann / Elisabeth Trobisch / Roman Keilhofer
Technical production management: Henryk Bastian
A production of the go plastic company in co-production with HELLERAU – European Centre for the Arts Dresden. Supported by the Cultural Foundation of the Free State of Saxony. This measure is co-financed by tax funds on the basis of the budget passed by the members of the Saxon State Parliament. Supported by the City of Dresden – Office for Culture and Monument Protection Dresden. With the kind support of TENZA schmiede Dresden, the Dresden Centre for Science and Art, Miami Light Project Miami / USA, ZENTRALWERK Dresden and Green Line.