If there is a Technical Rider, why not an Ecological Rider? What is more sustainable, a trip or twenty hours of Zoom? What alternatives are there if you no longer want to use polystyrene? How do you justify the expensive but sustainable purchase in the context of a grant ?
The ECO RIDER is a tool to start working sustainably in front of, on and behind the stage.
During the 5-hour workshop, all participants are invited to gain an insight into the different working areas of sustainable stage production and to deal with practical implementation by means of examples.
The ECO RIDER workshop is explicitly aimed at all people involved in theatre production – whether employed or freelance: production managers, actors and stage technicians, directors as well as festival makers, costume and set designers – and invites them to ask questions and to deal with the basics of operational ecology together.
The ECO RIDER was developed by the artist Franziska Pierwoss on behalf of the BFDK (Bundesverband Freie Darstellende Künste e.V.).
Registration to: email@example.com
Duration: 5 hours
Franziska Pierwoss lives and works in Berlin as an artist in the field of performance and installation. She studied at the Leipzig Academy of Visual Arts and at the Lebanese University of Beirut. Her often temporary works create situational installations that question personal and political relationships. Her works have been shown at Fast Forward Festival Athens, Sharjah Biennial 13, Paco Imperial, Rio de Janeiro and and currently at Halle 14, Leipzig. She has worked with Sandra Teitge for many years on issues of political, social and financial economics of waste management and as a transformation manager gives workshops on implementing environmental sustainability.
A cooperation event of HELLERAU – European Centre for the Arts, the Service Agency FREIE SZENE, Kreatives Sachsen – the Saxon Centre for Cultural and Creative Industries and the sustainability project “Performing Arts-Performing Future” of the Federal Association of Independent Performing Arts, supported by the Performing Arts Fund with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media as part of NEUSTART KULTUR.