The year 2016 marks the anniversary of the ?Treaty of Good Neighbourship and Friendly Cooperation between the Federal Republic of Germany and the Republic of Poland?. Especially today, a critical and artistic dialogue belongs to good neighbourship. That’s why Fabrik Potsdam is inviting choreographers and musicians from Germany and Poland to look back on the 25 years, during which both countries looked to reinvent themselves with unusual pieces and concerts. Tears, failure, freedom, fear and noise are part of the programme. In its second edition, Nitka Festival establishes itself as a platform for new discoveries and a moment that opens a space to discuss the latest political and artistic evolutions in an increasingly interdependent world.
This year?s edition of the festival takes place from 30 September to 2 October 2016 in Fabrik Potsdam. The programme includes performances of Polish artists representing the trend of experimental choreography: Agata Maszkiewicz (Polamd), Noish~ [commotion in moderation], Agata Siniarska (in a duet with Madalina Dan ? world premiere of Mothers of Steel), Maria Stokłosa (Action is Primary based on Meg Filey?s practices), Anita Wach/Via Negativa (Oops). As part of the Festival Maria Stokłosa will also conduct workshops Choreography and Instinct.
German artistic world will be represented by: David Brandstätter (Fra! Heit), and e.g. Yuko Matsuyama, Nicolas Schultze, Asia Waluszko, Udo Koloska (Jazzlab Celebtaes Moondog concert). Moreover, Jakub Sienkiewicz and René Löwe will meet on a concert and the DJ set.
One-day ticket: 12? (valid for all the performances on the same day) / Evening box office: + 2?
Festival ticket: 22? (valid for all the performances of the festival) / Evening box office: + 2?
Concerts and DJ: free entrance