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


PHOTOS: ANDREAS KERMANN
PHOTOS: ANDREAS KERMANN

Kohlhaas

 

Friday, 20th April 2018 Eberswalde

Heinrich von Kleist's classic German novella about the timeless theme of justice was the base for this visual and storytelling promenade performance project. Exploring theatrically transformed public spaces together, audience and performers delve into an immediate experience of Kleist's great human theme.

 

More infos here

 

our new place to meet & plan & create

 

Welcome in our new office / studio
at Kunstquartier Bethanien, Marianenplatz 2, 10997 Berlin!

The KuLe Book is still available!

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: ROLF ZÖLLNER
PHOTO: ROLF ZÖLLNER

 

EQUINOX Kunsthaus KuLe, Berlin,

June  10th & 11th 2017 // FinE Festival, Eberswalde, June 17th 2017

 

a facade performance between Orient and Occident – interventions in the urban space a cooperation and intercultural exchange between Grotest Maru and The Alternative Theatre Group (ATG) from Alexandria, Egypt. More details here

PHOTOS: ADAM BEBENISTA
PHOTOS: ADAM BEBENISTA

 

Aurelia ViaThea Festival, Görlitz
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July 7th & July 8th 2017
 
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... More infos here

PHOTO: HENDRIK MARTINSCHLEDDE
PHOTO: HENDRIK MARTINSCHLEDDE

 

Mura Festival dos Canais, Aveiro Portugal
, July 15th 2017



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.

More details here