The Albert Theater, once a central theater of Dresden, no longer exists. Built in 1871, appropriated by the National Socialists as the “Theater of the People” in 1936, burned out in the bombing of Dresden in 1945, it was demolished in 1950.
Today, there is a parking lot on the site. A place that exemplarily embodies historical, political and cultural contexts and transformations. In its present appearance as a parking lot, it symbolizes a buried, multi-layered history.
Together with Florian Mayer, Helmut Oehring and Torsten Ottersberg, Katja Erfurth presents a cinematic search for traces in the past and present, which exposes, layers and superimposes historical materials and contemporary dance-artistic confrontations.
On 25.05., there will be an audience discussion afterwards.
Duration: 30 min.
Important: The event is not accessible by wheelchair.
Artistic direction, choreography and dance: Katja Erfurth
Violin: Florian Mayer
Composition, camera and direction: Helmut Oehring
Audio-video production | STUDIO GOGH smp: Torsten Ottersberg
Archival consulting: Thomas Thorausch
In cooperation with the Deutsche Tanzarchiv Köln (German Dance Archive Cologne)
A TANZ DIGITAL – Project Funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media in the NEUSTART KULTUR program, TANZ DIGITAL assistance program of the Dachverband Tanz Deutschland (Dance Association of Germany)