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Sat, 4 May 2019 20:00
Elbphilharmonie Hamburg Kleiner Saal SOLD OUT Further Information on Booking Tickets

Happiness Machine (aka Zum Gemeinwohl!)

The Economy for the Social Good (Gemeinwohlökonomie) is an alternative to the prevalent model of capitalism, an ethical economic approach in which the primary objective is the good of humankind and the natural world. Community instead of individualism, cooperation rather than competition. Inspired by this, 20 female artists from 11 European countries have produced 10 animation films in which film and music form a joint work of art. The subjects of the films range from circus acrobats and urban outskirts to an English lingerie sewing line. At the Elbphilharmonie, Klangforum Wien now performs the music live in accompaniment to the films.

Performers

Klangforum Wien

Konstantia Gourzi music director

Jacqueline Kornmüller staging

Peter Wolf dramaturgy

Peter Böhm sound design

Markus Urban sound design

Martin Repka film projection

Andreea Dosa spoken words

Andreas Eberle spoken words

Vera Fischer spoken words

Sven Hartberger spoken words

Matthias Meinharter spoken words

Anders Nyqvist spoken words

Gerald Preinfalk spoken words

Mikael Rudolfsson spoken words

Christoph Walder spoken words

Programme

Happiness Machine
Zwanzig Künstlerinnen – 10 Animationsfilme – 10 neue Kompositionen

Elizabeth Hobbs / Carola Bauckholt
Die Flunder

Rebecca Blöcher / Eva Reiter
Lickalike

Eni Brandner / Misato Mochizuki
PANTOPOS

Johanna Kozuch / Ying Wang
Music Box

Samantha Moore / Malin Bång
Bloomers

- Pause -

Vessela Dantcheva / Electric Indigo
Hierarchy Glitch

Ana Nedeljković / Hanna Hartman
The Happiness Machine

Susi Jirkuff / Joanna Bailie
Vermessung der Distanz

Andrea Schneider / Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri
Generator / Operator

Michelle Kranot / Iris ter Schiphorst
Suggestion of Least Resistance

on Sat, 4 May 2019 16:30
Elbphilharmonie Hamburg / Kaistudio 1

Download programme (German)

Promoter

HamburgMusik