The Gray Voice Ensemble
ICH MACH DICH WIEDER SCHöN
A turtle loses its shell.
The sun burns.
The price of beauty.
The salvation of the world.
with Ambika Thompson, Amélie Bonet, Anne-Sophie Debrabant, Cristina Druga, Elisabeth Wood, Friederike Jäger, Fritz Stilling, Geneviève de Larminat, Han Tsé Desjardin, Jaime Heather Schwartz, Judith Lavagna, Kathrin Schömer, Laura Brophy, Manuel Stotzka, Marco Macrì, Melone, Marta Karolak, Matthias Hofmann, Nori Niki Nori, Olivia Berning, Ori Behr, Richie Murphy, Sunny Pudert, Teddy Glickman, Verena Buttmann, Xia Wei.
27.10.2019, 18h & 20h – Alte Feuerwache @ Marchlewskistraße 6, 10243 Berlin
03.11.2019 , 18h & 20h – JuKuZ Jugendkunst- und Kulturzentrum „Gerard Philipe”, Berlin
A feminist project @Theaterhaus Berlin Mitte
Wallstraße 32/haus c, 10179 Berlin
Friday 14 June – 20h
Sunday 16 June – 16h
Texts from Martin Crimp, Noémie De Lattre, Eve Ensler, Catherine Léger, Magali Mougel, Pauline Payrade, Sarah Pèpe.
Staging Sandrine Nogueira, assisted by Bérengère Emma Seven. With Catherine Bauder, Mélinée Benamou, Vincent Bouchard, Julie Cartier, Mélanie Chamalot, Cloé De Coquereaumont, Anne-Sophie Debrabant, Quentin Dequiret, Bérengère Emma Seven, Marie Hoffmann, Sophie Jézéquel, Chloé Kayser, Judith Lavagna, Oriane Mack-Mallick, Chloé Risboourque, Camille Roduit, Astrid Rostaing, Nicolas Theys, Elodie Vince, Frieder Wormser Lumière Sylvain Faye.
The Cosmic Working Group – report on findings to date
Text on wooden stand and performance, 2016-2018
The Cosmic Working Group – report on findings to date is a reproduction and performance of The Cosmic Manifesto, a fictional, speculative text composed during a workshop led by the Russian art collective Chto Delat at the Impulse Theatre Festival in Düsseldorf in 2016. Influenced by the multiple heritages of social realism and soviet cosmology as well as by the collaborative process of this exhibition, the work plays with the idea of an invisible community, exploring the geographies of human introspection and cosmological models. The work is performed during the opening of the exhibition Notes from a trembling community in a wilful state of flux together with the work Transcription by Season Butler.
‘Notes from a trembling community in a wilful state of flux’
Tomás Bartoletti, Oliver Bulas, Season Butler, Coletivo Kókir, Maurits Koster, Judith Lavagna, David Magnus, Mahony, Gerald Mandl, Luz Peuscovich, Pablo Pijnappel, Esper Postma, Aiko Tezuka, Leo Zhao…
8 September – 20 October 2018
Hotel Maria Kapel
Korte Achterstraat 2a
1621 GA Hoorn NL
The Gray Voice Ensemble: Glamor and Danger in Warwarwar
Berlin-based international and semi-professional community-choir arranged and directed by american artist and musician Elisabeth Wood.
Glamor and Danger in Warwarwar: The Pool
Invited by and produced in cooperation with Kinderhook & Caracas (Christopher Kline and Sol Calero)
TROPEZ im Sommerbad Humboldthain, Berlin, June 30th 2018.
Glamor and Danger in Warwarwar: The Salon
Invited by and produced in cooperation with Calla Henkel and Max Pitegoff.
Volksbühne im Grünen Salon, Berlin, July 1st 2018.
Mi cuerpo es mio
Tomás Espinosa & Artúr van Balen
Performance, Festival Future Nows
Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart, 14-17 September 2017.
The Gray Voice Ensemble
THAT GRATITUDE ATTITUDE
An Early Fall Concert Program
Schinkel Pavillon, Oberwallstrasse 1, 10117 Berlin, September 30th & October 1st, 2017.
With Aida Ulrich, Amélie Bonet, Anna Momburg, Anne-Cécile Desjardin, Daniella Kaufman, Elisabeth Wood, Esra Altin, Joel Cocks, Judith Lavagna, Katharina rahn, Kathrin Schömer, Marlene Denningmann, Matthias Hofmann, Michael Silverberg, Nori Niki Nori, Olivia Berning, Paul Aràmbula, Philip Schafer, Sam Gahr, Steffen Klotz, Tim Faraus
‘That Gratitude Attitude’ is the story of a singer who receives an invitation to a birthday party they don’t want to go to so they cut school and hitch a ride to a festival where they meet characters that will change their life forever.
The Gray Voice Ensemble (Berlin) is an ongoing, since 2013, experiment in community directed by Elisabeth Wood. The anonymous voice of Albert McCloud is the vehicle.