the whole world at home... on my screen
Over a period of five days, art-lab brought together 50 artists from Palestine and Germany as well as several international guests in digital space. There was discussion, debate and artistic research on the complex of themes of fear and identity. The question of whether international cultural work is even possible in times of non-mobility can now be confidently answered with a "Yes!
German-Palestinian dance theater production
...a digital tour de force or dance on the fiber optic network?
The Al Kasaba Theater in Ramallah and bridgeworks e.V. proudly present the "art-lab 2021": the first digital encounter project of this kind. Based on the starting point of "being strangers to each other", we will start building our Palestinian-German cultural bridge with the first building blocks.
Youth workers mobility
Forty dancers, musicians, actors and performance artists based in Germany, France and Greece will take part in this project and work and research on topics of cultural integration through the mutual exchange of methods, ideas and visions.
collaboration professional - NOW LIVE!
Type beyond borders
Is it possible to get to know each other without putting a label on the other person? Stereotypes and prejudices are more the rule than the exception. Because the human being, whether by intent or not, divides the world into categories - be it for economic reasons, laziness or fear. So an objective approach is not easy - if it weren't for this anonymous meeting place where neither gender, age, appearance, social status nor religious affiliation plays a role: the Internet.
NRW DECLARATION OF THE MANY
for open art and cultural spaces and an open society
A dwindling country - a scattered people
Whether in Haifa, New York, Amman, London, Beirut or Berlin - today, Palestinians live in all these cities and their countries. Due to historical developments and ever-recurring disagreements, the Palestinians have become almost a homeless and widely scattered nation. The remaining autonomous areas are rich in (sad) history and have one thing in common today: a depressing everyday life in a crisis-ridden situation.