S.C.H.U.U.L.E

S.C.H.U.U.L.E. is a performance by Susann Maria Hempel and
Cássio Diniz Santiago set in a classroom, where twelve professors impart
unconventional knowledge. They share experiences they gain from living with
“a disability”. The audience is invited to take the place of the
students and to participate in a performative lesson that “returns to us an
image in which we are not recognizable to ourselves”. (Maniglier, 2005)

December 8, 7 p.m.
Performance of Susann Maria Hempel and Cássio Diniz Santiago

Duration: 90 minutes

Teachers corps: Katharina Gypser, Josefine Kappert, Madlen Schädelich, Christoph Schörlitz, Katja Springer, Sandy Stölzel, Horst Kirchner, Thomas Brix, André Künzel, Olaf Müller, Robert Nawroth, Ronny Stölzel.

LOCATION
PROJEKTRAUM KUNSTVEREIN WAGENHALLE
Innerer Nordbahnhof 1, 70191 Stuttgart

S.C.H.U.U.L.E will take place within the exhibition Strike Gently Away 2.

The performance S.C.H.U.U.L.E. is a project of Diakonieverein Carolinenfeld e.V. in cooperation with Alte Papierfabrik Greiz e.V.. S.C.H.U.U.L.E. is enabled by Akademie der Künste Berlin, Aktion Mensch, and Landkreis Greiz.