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Upcomming Dates:


Get-together with artists of MEDIA ART LAB and talk
with gold extra, Interrobang und Jasmine Ellis
19.11. 2022

Interrobang presents a first working state of the Salzburg version of the  PHILOSOPHISING MACHINE, in which the Salzburg philosopher Robert Jungk is made to speak by an AI.


HAU Hebbel am Ufer
during the festival “Spy on me #4” at HAU2 and HAU4
Premiere 30. September 2022
further shows: 01.-03. October 2022

“Chat-Inferno” examines the communication form of chats with all of their emotionalising and social volatility. Inspired by Dante’s “Inferno”, Interrobang establish a hybrid space in HAU2 where the audience can walk around with tablets and headphones and chat with each other. A parallel online audience can also take part in the chat. Together, the participants set off through the circles of hell of our time.


Guest Lectureship for Interrobang

Interrobang will take over the artistic guest lectureship in summer semester 2022 of the master’s program “Theater – Research – Mediation” at the Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg.

Berliner Zeitung about Interrobang and “The Philosophising Machine”:

“Interrobang develops a new form of interactive theatre “

Without doubt, the most important and difficult thing that Interrobang seeks is to offer as many different possibilities to the audience as possible to lure them out of their reserve and maybe even fear – certainly out of fixed patterns of behaviour and to expose them to new situations. For nearly ten years, the core group (…) have been experimenting with these very processes which they prefer to call ‘playing with the theatrical community’.

(…) Almost no other group carries out such intensive, self-critical research on this concrete theatrical awareness as Interrobang.  (…) Interrobang’s participatory games are not simply inner journeys. You are lured into the cracks in the surface of reality you learn to see by playing the game.”

more about the “Philosophising Machine”

Continuing to the whole article

Performing Stories

Nina Tecklenburg’s book about new narrative practices in performing arts has now been published in an English translation edited by Richard Schechners „enactments“ at „Seagull books“: Performing Stories. Narrative as Performance.
Collecting things, reading traces, retelling performances, tailoring identities, gaming narration: this book offers a new perspective on narrative beyond written language and drama. A fundamental guide on storytelling in contemporary theatre.

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