Past Projects (2021-22)
Habitat: Europe – Large Scale, Small Footprint
Habitat: Europe – made up of MAYK (UK), Rosendal International Theatre (Norway), REDPLEXUS (France), and Something Great / Aires de Sousa Silveira & Wallisch GbR (Germany) – is a Perform Europe partnership that boldly reimagines what touring of large-scale, participatory work across borders can look like. It brings together a celebrated international artist, Doris Uhlich, and local residents in each location, creating radical, inspiring performance work, and fostering new relationships between partners.
The partnership engages and brings visibility to a vast and diverse group of local participants (professionals and non-professionals, people of different ages, genders, races) around the artistic work. These individuals will collectively form the heart of the work, creating a unique picture of the people residing in each location.
This large-scale, ambitious partnership, fully aware of the significant impact their production will have on each location, will hit the road with a small company and travelling will not involve freight or other carbon-intensive travel methods.
Throughout their Perform Europe project, a monthly online forum will also take place. It will offer space for both staff at different levels of each partnership and participants to think, reflect, and share their experiences.