International Coproduction Fund 2018-2019

Goethe Institut

Ethnictro Music Education Centre (Indonesia)
Daniel Kötter/Sarah Israel (Germany)
Residenz Schauspiel Leipzig (Germany)

An Indonesian-German collaboration that explores how mining effects geography, economy and the re-distribution of people by linking the context of the world largest copper and gold mine in Timika, West Papua, with the post-industrial landscapes in the former GDR brown coal region around Leipzig. By confronting and overlapping their different media the artists will translate this narrative into a spatial theatrical experience. The project will be developed and questions related to it in the course of a number of research trips, workshops and residencies in Java, West Papua and Germany 2019. The resulting performance/film/concert will be presented in Yogyakarta, Jayapura as well as in Leipzig.

Artistic Direction & Music & Sound Installation: Ikbal Lubys | Artistic Direction & Film: Daniel Kötter | Artistic Direction & Performance: Darlane Litaay | Dramaturgy: Sarah Israel | Set Design: Elisa Limberg | Production Management: ehrliche arbeit – freelance office for culture | Local Production Timika (workshop/filming): Yonri Revolt | Sound Recording & Post Production for Film: Marcin Lenarczyk | Supported by: Goethe-Institut, International Coproduction Fund.

This project is part of the International Coproduction Fund
Round 6, 2018-2019


November 2019
Premiere and 4 performances at Residenz Schauspiel Leipzig

Spring 2020
Performances at Ethnictro Yogayakarta (Indonesia)

Spring 2020
Performances at Museum Lokabudaya Universitas Cenderwasih
and ISBI Tanah Papua (Indonesia)

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