On site
VERLIEREN LERNEN (LEARNING TO LOSE) (Germany) – World premiere (Site specific Performance)
Albrecht | Schiebe | Schössler (30–50 min, 5 €)

© Judica Albrecht
A straightforward reading of the German fairy tale “Hans in Luck” offers us insights into the basic concepts of entropy. We follow Hans' traces and try to understand what might be positive about the fact that the amount of available energy diminishes with each transformation. [more …]

(Thu + Fri 2–8 pm, Sat 10 am to 8 pm, Sun 5–8 pm. Please register on verlierenlernen@entropia-festival.de and in the foyer throughout the festival. Please write your favorite time slot, it is possible to participate every 20 min in groups of five people)
VON MENSCHEN GEMACHT (MAN MADE) (Germany/Sweden) – German premiere
Studio (Open 1 hour before the shows, all day Saturday)
Eva Meyer-Keller | Hanna Sybille Müller (45 min, free entry)
Eva Meyer-Keller and Hanna Sybille Müller in their project with children engage in intuitive catastrophe research by recreating models of earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, avalanches, huge fires and explosions, as well as natural catastrophes such as flooding, droughts, and tornadoes caused by climate change. [more …]
(free entry)
Using Rudolf Arnheims Essay Entropy and Art as a starting point, Marcus Berkmann began to work on the notion of order, chaos and decay. [more …]