BERLIN · SALON REVOLUTIONÄR is a vibrant and surprising series of performances, combining elements of modern dance, media arts, music, projection mapping and role playing games into a single event.

MELODIE - DIE KUNST DES ANDEREN (theatrical video performance)

VITRUVIAN (video projection dance performance)

entrance: 8 €


after a successful trip to the dOCUMENTA13 (Temporary Home) Daniel Daoudi is back in town with his theatrical video performance "Melodie - die Kunst des Anderen", a site-specific performance thematizing "Utopia" and confronts a new perspective of our reality:

"the utopia theories of the past is our reality and the theories of the present is the reality of our future. in this context we work on different perspectives because we think that it is a way to understand us and to create our utopia for the future!"

this unique group performance is a collaboration by: 

Daniel Daoudi· concept, director

Anna Anderegg· dance, performance, choreography · check her recent work

Marion Glöggler · dance, performance, choreography

Stella Maxeiner· performance

Marco Barotti· sound, performance · check his recent work

Hervè Thiot· painting · check his recent work

Michal Dudek· installation & paiting · check his recent workHenne Fritze· video projection · check her recent work

Ben Bernhard· camera · check his recent work

Antoniya Ivanova· fashion designer, check her recent work


using realtime painting and projection, this performance features singers and dancers on sensor-connected iron plates. "Vitruvian" is both an analysis and mapping of the movements and vocals of the performers mixed with different music styles. this work is a combination of extremes and induces the viewer into an odyssey of perception.

Tatsuru Arai (JP) · concept, composition, sound-graphic system

Wooguru (KR) · dance, performance, choreography

Elisa Pluta (DE) · dance, performance, choreography

Xenia Romashova (RUS), soprano, performance


Airbios//// Michal Dudek meets Justka

main photo "Melodie - die Kunst des Anderen" by Jens Schwarzenbolz