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Kellerkinder

Youth with no boundaries

Kadir “Amigo” Memis on aggression and how digital culture

and youth slang influence each other.

Why do we use the creative potential of language to exclude, denounce and hurt others? And why do exactly these acts sometimes feel so good? In close cooperation with composer Ketan Bhattidas, Kadir “Amigo” Memis investigates youth slang and language codes in his newest production “Kellerkinder”. His starting point is the gathered experience of youth from a school context, the streets and the digital realm. Five performing artists and one live-musician transfer the destructive power of words onto a linguistic and a bodily reflection, a battle of Rap and Urban dance.

Konzeption / Choreographye: Kadir “Amigo” Memis Performance: Bboy Snoop, Ben Hasan Al-Rim, Hong Nguyen Thai, Selin Dörtkardes, Isaac Kyere Music Director: Ketan Bhatti Music: Ketan Bhatti & Milian Vogel Bassklarinette, Electronics & DrumsMilian Vogel Rap: Ben Hasan Al-Rim Dramaturgie: Rain Kencana Costüm: Jale Kustalouglu & Paula Immich Lighttdesign: Sebastian Zamponi Stage: Christian Necker Rehearsal director : Denis Kooné Kuhnert Production: Christian Haase

Production: Kadir “Amigo” Memis. Kooproduction: HAU Hebbel am Ufer (Berlin).

Gefördert aus Mitteln des Hauptstadtkulturfonds.

Unterstützt durch: Pletzinger, iriedaily, Nike & Onitsuka Tiger.

http://www.deutschlandradiokultur.de/tanztheater-zu-jugendslang-warum-dissen-manchmal-sein-muss.2156.de.html?dram:article_id=353860

 

Fotos: Koonepics

Kellerkinder