visual site specific

Grotest Maru creates theatre in public spaces and is inspired by visual, physical, and object theatre, as well as installation and landart.

upcoming projects


MURA

 
Festival dos Canais, Aveiro Portugal
Saturday, July 15th


In the salt city Aveiro we adapt our urban staging of a pilgrimage: a saline worker accompanies the audience on their journey through the city history, until she flies away in the big finale at a lake, transformed into a saline. In cooperation with Portuguese, French and American guest artists and local community groups.

 

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AURELIA

 

ViaThea Festival, Görlitz
Friday, July 7th & Saturday, July 8th

 

In the German-Polish city Görlitz / Zgorzelec we present the autobiographic story of Aurelia. With the eyes of a child we experience the 20ies and 30ies in Lodz, a city of big textile factories in Poland: the peaceful coexistence of Poles, Jews, Germans and Russians until World War 2 separates families and friends and forces people to flee.

 

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The KuLe Book has arrived!

With numerous images of interventions in public space, early street theatre actions, actual pictures and pics of the beginnings of Grotest Maru and interesting articles of Grotest Maru members.

 

Dedications

Festival and Book Launch for publication "KuLe. Art & Life. A House in Berlin-Mitte since 1990" June 3-5, 2016 at the Kunsthaus KuLe

 

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latest projects


PHOTO: ANDREAS KERMANN
PHOTO: ANDREAS KERMANN

 

Grotest Maru 20 Years DANCE Party!

DANKE an alle, die uns durch die Jahre begleitet und mit uns gearbeitet haben! // THANKS to all who accompanied us and collaborated with us through all the years!

GRAFIC DESIGN: FEDERICA CATERINA TETI
GRAFIC DESIGN: FEDERICA CATERINA TETI

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EQUINOX work in progress / workshop presentation, Alexandria, Egypt, Backstreet Festival

 PHOTO: ROLF ZÖLLNER

 

EQUINOX in Berlin and Eberswalde

"7 wishes for your city" Results from the Interviews in Alexandria and Berlin.

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