SHOWING so soft + the sun

SHOWING: so soft + the sun

JUN 6th, 17h + 7th, 19h

Try out of some material from the recent research of choreographer Jascha Viehstädt „so soft + the sun“.
Somehow about coding, dance, nature, technology and sunshine.
If you’re interested to watch some experiments and have a cold drink, join us at 19:30h in STUDIO Hammer Deich!



August 13th 2022 / 17h – Open End

We invite you to the first SHD summer party!!!
Friends, colleagues, artists of the independent arts scene in Hamburg: Feel warmly invited to celebrate with us the summer, the end and the beginning of the Spielzeit and the middle of the year 2022.

We start at 17h with a cosy bring-your-own-food dinner. You bring what you want to eat and/or share and we’ll provide the grill for you to fire up your stuff on.
We will continue with an open ended get-together with music, drinks and a nice atmosphere.

Join us at Hammer Deich 10, chill on our rooftop terrace, watch the beautiful Bille River, dance in our studio with us.

starting 17h
bring-your-own-food BBQ
(we provide the 🔥 )

open end
drinks * music * get-together

If you come, please register here

THEHOST.IS – Meetup #2 Hamburg

THEHOST.IS – Meetup #2 Hamburg

THURSDAY | MAY 19 2022, 19h

with Olsen Wolf + Jascha Viehstädt + MICHAELBRAILEY presenting their current research and work.

Open network meetup for artists and creators working in arts & technology.
Initiated by Jeanne Charlotte Vogt, Fab Lab Fabulous St. Pauli, Alexandra Waligorski and part of THEHOST.IS residency programme by Kampnagel and Deichtorhallen.

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Free admission

Showing, Ingjerd Solheim

SHOWING: Ingjerd Solheim

Bridge Between Stage and Audience
May 7 2022, 20h

with María Paz García, Marlen Nickel, Sakshi Jain

Bridge Between Stage and Audience is a research project about finding choreographic methods using humor as a tool and an audience as a guide. Creating an abstract, internal world between three performers, how can they still reach an audience without directly approaching them? Together we developed a surrealistic world only understood by those who are in it. They have their own way of moving, communicating and expressing themselves, and they have an abstract movement language significant to their group. By doing so, we might have created distance between the audience and performers. And so the question arises: When the performers stay true to the internal communication and expression, how can the audience in some way still take part of their world? Can subtle humor be a bridge between the performers and the audience? Helping to lead us in the right direction we have invited people to small showings during the process and listened to their reactions and feedback.

Registration via mail