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Spielzeiteröffnung 2018/19: State of the Arts
[The Famous] Lauren Barri Holstein:

Notorious

 
  • © Manuel Vason
  • © Jon Cartwright
  • © Manuel Vason
  • © Manuel Vason
Theater & Performance
  • Thu, 04.10.2018 20:00
    Deutsche Erstaufführung
    Kampnagel – K2
  • Fri, 05.10.2018 20:00
    Deutsche Erstaufführung
    Kampnagel – K2
  • Sat, 06.10.2018 20:00
    Deutsche Erstaufführung
    Kampnagel – K2

Blurring the lines between live art, dance, theatre and fine art, The Famous Lauren Barri Holstein interrogates the problematics of mediated identity and a contemporary feminism obfuscated by pop culture. In this irreverent phenomenon of music, dance and “witch-bitch” ritual, The Famous plunges into the ghostly underworld of popular culture. Pulling from the myth of Medusa, Nicki Minaj and her own legendary self(ie), The Famous examines pop culture’s take on the “female monster”. Expect visual overload and risk-taking from this raw, timely and uncomfortably hilarious interdisciplinary performance.

Production leaflet [The Famous] Lauren Barri Holstein: NOTORIOUS (PDF Download)

More about feminism by Ute Rauwald,  Paul B. Preciado (27.09.2018) and Hélène Cixous (29.10.2018). Also queer-feminist HipHop with One Mother (28.09.2018).

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»I’ll be ResurrecDEAD as your ultimate fantasy – a horny dead virgin.« The Famous

Fierce Festival 2017: NOTORIOUS; The Famours Lauren Barri Holstein from Fierce Festival TV on Vimeo.

 


  • concept, performance: The Famous Lauren Barri Holstein
  • associated artists: Krista Vuori Collaborators (Krista Vuori, Brogan Davison)
  • facilities: Molly Giles
  • light design: Martin Langthorne
  • production: Sally Rose
  • production management: Hannah Moore
  • stage manager: Chlöe Dorato
  • marketing assistance and production: Molly Giles
  • dramaturgy: Eirini Kartsaki
  • make-up: Thom Shaw
  • equipment assistance: Samantha Taylor, Katherine Millar Craig, Margarita Glushkova, Harry Mills, Jennifer Spooner, Juli Savvopoulou PERÜCKEN in Kollaboration mit Wig Chapel

Research and development supported by Arts Council England, PACT Zollverein, The Kone Foundation and Barbican. A comissioned work for the Fierce Festival and the Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts, supported by Public funds by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, PACT Zollverein, Kone Foundation and Barbican.


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