Heizhaus / PSR

Heizhaus / PSR Heizhaus is both a historical and a contemporary space full of potential. We wish it to be a space of unlikely encounters between different people from diverse backgrounds and different artistic, political, and social contexts.

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08/10/2021

Morgen findet um 16.00 Uhr im Heizhaus / PSR ein inklusives Tanztraining für Professionals statt. Geleitet wird es von Britta Kerger - Tanzperformance, Co-Trainerin für morgen ist Yvonne Sembene. Das Training wird sich schwerpunktmäßig mit Tanztechniken beschäftigen.

Bei Interesse schreibt vorab eine Nachricht an Britta Kerger oder kommt einfach vorbei! Der Eintritt ist frei, Spenden sind willkommen!

Weitere Termine werden in den kommenden Monaten stattfinden. Eine ausführliche Terminübersicht und mehr Infos gibt es hier: https://bit.ly/3ahn5c4

Das Training findet unter der Beachtung der 3G-Regel statt.
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Tomorrow there will be a mixed abled dance training for professionals at 4.00 pm at Heizhaus. It will be led by Britta Kerger, co-trainer for tomorrow is Yvonne Sembene. The training will focus on dance technique and muscle training.

If you are interested just write a pm to Britta Kerger or come by and join! Free admission, donations welcome!

More dates will take place in the coming months. For a detailed schedule visit and more infos visit: https://bit.ly/3ahn5c4

Please comply to GGG.

📸: k.a. / on the photo: Britta Kerger / Event: Roland's Küra

On the coming weekend, the third part of the #takepart workshop series "heating topics" will take place. "Heating Access...
27/09/2021

On the coming weekend, the third part of the #takepart workshop series "heating topics" will take place. "Heating Access" on Friday and Saturday, lead by Edwin Greve and Senami Zodehougan from I-paed Berlin. All will take place online. We still have some few places free. Register under [email protected].

(image description: two posters next to each other with a bit of distance. In between and on their sides a yellow background shows. The left poster is light pink and written on in black handwriting and yellow graphic letters, the right one is white and written on with neon pink and orange handwriting and light pink graphic letters. Both have the same graphic design: two pairs of wavy lines and on the right side it says vertically "PSR collective" and "uferstudios Heizhaus". The handwritten parts read in German: "Heating Access, Ein Workshop zu Ableismus und Zugänglichkeit, 1. & 2. Oktober, Heizhaus / Uferstudios, Anmeldung: [email protected], gefördert durch Fond DaKu#TakePart." On the left side, now social media links become more apparent: Uferstudios.com, facebook.com and instagram: HeizhausPSR.

Am nächsten Wochenende findet der dritte Teil der #takepart Workshopserie "heating topics" statt. "Heating Access wird geleitet von Edwin Greve und Senami Zodehougan von i-paed Berlin. Alles online. Es gibt noch ein paar wenige freie Plätze. [email protected]

(Bildbeschreibung: zwei Plakate nebeneinander mit ein bißchen Abstand. Dazwischen und an ihrer Seiten leuchtet ein gelber Hintergrund. Das linke Plakat ist mit schwarzer Handschrift und gelbem graphischem Druck auf rosa beschriftet, das rechte mit Handschrift in neonpink und neonorange und rosa Druck auf weiss. Beide haben das gleiche graphische Design: zwei mal zwei parallele Wellenlinien und an der Seite steht vertikal "PSR collective" und "Uferstudios Heizhaus". Mit Handschrift stehen auf beiden Plakaten darüber die Ankündigung und Teilnahmedetails für einen Workshop: "Heating Access, Ein Workshop zu Ableismus und Zugänglichkeit, 1. & 2. Oktober, Heizhaus / Uferstudios, Anmeldung: [email protected], gefördert durch Fond DaKu#TakePart". Links neben der Handschrift fallen nun noch Kontaktlinks ins Auge: Uferstudios.com, facebook.com und Instagram: HeizhausPSR.

On the coming weekend, the third part of the #takepart workshop series "heating topics" will take place. "Heating Access" on Friday and Saturday, lead by Edwin Greve and Senami Zodehougan from I-paed Berlin. All will take place online. We still have some few places free. Register under [email protected].

(image description: two posters next to each other with a bit of distance. In between and on their sides a yellow background shows. The left poster is light pink and written on in black handwriting and yellow graphic letters, the right one is white and written on with neon pink and orange handwriting and light pink graphic letters. Both have the same graphic design: two pairs of wavy lines and on the right side it says vertically "PSR collective" and "uferstudios Heizhaus". The handwritten parts read in German: "Heating Access, Ein Workshop zu Ableismus und Zugänglichkeit, 1. & 2. Oktober, Heizhaus / Uferstudios, Anmeldung: [email protected], gefördert durch Fond DaKu#TakePart." On the left side, now social media links become more apparent: Uferstudios.com, facebook.com and instagram: HeizhausPSR.

Am nächsten Wochenende findet der dritte Teil der #takepart Workshopserie "heating topics" statt. "Heating Access wird geleitet von Edwin Greve und Senami Zodehougan von i-paed Berlin. Alles online. Es gibt noch ein paar wenige freie Plätze. [email protected]

(Bildbeschreibung: zwei Plakate nebeneinander mit ein bißchen Abstand. Dazwischen und an ihrer Seiten leuchtet ein gelber Hintergrund. Das linke Plakat ist mit schwarzer Handschrift und gelbem graphischem Druck auf rosa beschriftet, das rechte mit Handschrift in neonpink und neonorange und rosa Druck auf weiss. Beide haben das gleiche graphische Design: zwei mal zwei parallele Wellenlinien und an der Seite steht vertikal "PSR collective" und "Uferstudios Heizhaus". Mit Handschrift stehen auf beiden Plakaten darüber die Ankündigung und Teilnahmedetails für einen Workshop: "Heating Access, Ein Workshop zu Ableismus und Zugänglichkeit, 1. & 2. Oktober, Heizhaus / Uferstudios, Anmeldung: [email protected], gefördert durch Fond DaKu#TakePart". Links neben der Handschrift fallen nun noch Kontaktlinks ins Auge: Uferstudios.com, facebook.com und Instagram: HeizhausPSR.

Some pics from Take Part 2
23/09/2021

Some pics from Take Part 2

Photos from Uferstudios Für Zeitgenössischen Tanz's post
19/09/2021

Photos from Uferstudios Für Zeitgenössischen Tanz's post

Der nächste Workshop der Reihe HEATING TOPICS steht an! HEATING CYCLES Teil 1 ist ein Workshop von Shelley Etkin und Jar...
02/09/2021

Der nächste Workshop der Reihe HEATING TOPICS steht an!

HEATING CYCLES Teil 1 ist ein Workshop von Shelley Etkin und Jared Gradinger.

Der erste Teil des Workshops wird am Samstag, 4. September 2021 von 17:00-20:00 Uhr auf dem Hof der Uferstudios stattfinden (Uferstraße 23, 13357 Berlin).

Bei HEATING CYCLES beschäftigen wir uns mit dem Boden, mit Erde. Dieser steht für Leben in verschiedensten Formen; von Kompost zu fermentierenden Abfall. In diesem Workshop geht es darum, mit praktischen Methoden Prozesse zu erkunden, die die Bodenentstehung und -regenerierung untersuchen, sowie weitere Bedeutungen des Bodens als Begegungsfeld zu reflektieren.

Gefördert durch den Fonds DaKu #TakePart.

Die Teilnehmendenzahl ist begrenzt. Für die Anmeldung oder Fragen: [email protected]

Der nächste Workshop der Reihe HEATING TOPICS steht an!

HEATING CYCLES Teil 1 ist ein Workshop von Shelley Etkin und Jared Gradinger.

Der erste Teil des Workshops wird am Samstag, 4. September 2021 von 17:00-20:00 Uhr auf dem Hof der Uferstudios stattfinden (Uferstraße 23, 13357 Berlin).

Bei HEATING CYCLES beschäftigen wir uns mit dem Boden, mit Erde. Dieser steht für Leben in verschiedensten Formen; von Kompost zu fermentierenden Abfall. In diesem Workshop geht es darum, mit praktischen Methoden Prozesse zu erkunden, die die Bodenentstehung und -regenerierung untersuchen, sowie weitere Bedeutungen des Bodens als Begegungsfeld zu reflektieren.

Gefördert durch den Fonds DaKu #TakePart.

Die Teilnehmendenzahl ist begrenzt. Für die Anmeldung oder Fragen: [email protected]

The workshop takes place in the frame of the residency "SITUATIVE WORK - SITUATED LEARNING" of Uferstudios GmbH / PSR Co...
27/08/2021

The workshop takes place in the frame of the residency "SITUATIVE WORK - SITUATED LEARNING" of Uferstudios GmbH / PSR Collective, funded by the residency program Our Dance of the Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe.

Guided by KAPUTT and Giulia Rossi in collaboration with the visual artist Ximena Gutiérrez Toro (@ximenagutierreztoro), open for all migrant communities in Berlin.

Through movement and drawing we explore limits, belonging, and journey.

Friday, 3.09, 18:00 - 20:30

Saturday, 4.09, 10:00 - 12:30

Sunday, 5.09, 11:00 - 13:30

Location: Heizhaus @ Uferstraße 23, 13357 Berlin

Registration: [email protected]

The workshop takes place in the frame of the residency "SITUATIVE WORK - SITUATED LEARNING" of Uferstudios GmbH / PSR Collective, funded by the residency program Our Dance of the Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe.

Guided by KAPUTT and Giulia Rossi in collaboration with the visual artist Ximena Gutiérrez Toro (@ximenagutierreztoro), open for all migrant communities in Berlin.

Through movement and drawing we explore limits, belonging, and journey.

Friday, 3.09, 18:00 - 20:30

Saturday, 4.09, 10:00 - 12:30

Sunday, 5.09, 11:00 - 13:30

Location: Heizhaus @ Uferstraße 23, 13357 Berlin

Registration: [email protected]

Don´t miss this! On Saturday at 18.15 PSR/Heizhaus will contribute their "Community Radio" - please bring your smartphon...
21/07/2021
Program | TANZNACHT BERLIN

Don´t miss this! On Saturday at 18.15 PSR/Heizhaus will contribute their "Community Radio" - please bring your smartphones and earplugs.
http://tanznachtberlin.de/tanznachtberlin2021/en/calendar/

Noa & Snow – poem #4 or Breakfast Inside Of A Waxing Gibbous Moon Alix Eynaudi, Alice Chauchat, Jason Dodge, Jennifer Lacey, Lydia McGlinchey, Bruno Pocheron, Stina Ehn | Performance / Breakfast

Finally... Here´s an edited version of the recordings from "OUR DANCE - the living room edition" from May 22. Missing ar...
18/07/2021
PSR: "Our Dance - the living room edition" (May 22, 2021, Heizhaus, Uferstudios, Berlin)

Finally... Here´s an edited version of the recordings from "OUR DANCE - the living room edition" from May 22. Missing are only the DJ sets at the end which were not broadcasted.

Funded by the Berliner Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa and the Bezirksamt Mitte. Supported by the Creative Europe Program of the EU, Life Long Burning and the Uferstudios.

PROGRAM:
10:00 — 10:12
Opening and Welcome / Eröffnung und Willkommen (PSR)
10:12 — 10:15
OUR MOVES I Sheena McGrandles and Zephyr Cura Beynon Juckes
10:15 — 12:15
Our Breakfast with the PSR Collective and Guests: What is your Dance? / Frühstück mit PSR
12:15 — 12:30
An invitation to dance – music that moves me [edition Akiles] (Akiles)
12:30 – 13:27
Residency Documentation (Modjgan Hashemian and Guests)
13:27 — 13:30
OUR MOVES II Sheena McGrandles Volker Sobottke
13:30 — 14:30
STIR, CHOP, THYME — dance-theirstories from the kitchen-island (Peter Pleyer)
14:30 — 16:30
"Panel Talk about Trans Experience in European Ballroom (Host: Diva Ivy Balenciaga (FR) Guests: Diva D Miyake-Mugler (UK), Naimah Vineyard (NL), Ria Saint Laurent (DE), Beck ( DK)
presented by House of Saint Laurent Europe)
16:30 — 17:00
An invitation to dance — music that moves me [edition Bella] (Bella Hager)
17:00 — 18:57
Dance by Other Means — Responses with Sophia New, Igor Dobričić, Alexandra Hennig and Matthias Mohr (Mila Pavićević)
*NO SIGN LANGUAGE*
18:57 — 19:00
OUR MOVES III Sheena McGrandles and Vivian Koohnavard
19:00 — 19:30
Cocktail & CRACKER DJ SET
(Black Cracker)
19:30 — 20:57
Cooking Dramaturgies: A Dinner Conversation with Bojana Cvejić and Goran Sergej Pristaš (moderated by Stefan Hölscher)
*NO SIGN LANGUAGE*
20:57 — 21:00
OUR MOVES IV Sheena McGrandles and Litchi Saint Laurent
21:00 — 22:00
But as I fall asleep at night and slowly emerge to waking life in the morning, I think about how I will navigate (Juli Reinartz in collaboration with Liz Rosenfeld and Tanja Erhart)
22:00 — 22:27
An invitation to dance — music that moves me [edition Friederike] (Friederike Hechler)
22:27 — 22:30
OUR MOVES V Sheena McGrandles and Louise Trueheart
22:30 — 00:30
Zoom Rave with Sandhya Daemgen / "What’s That Noise?" und Iftah

The one-year project series “OUR DANCE – What is your dance?”, funded by the Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe, since spring 2020 has been based on a setting that is concerned about our work and our constellations. In this setting we wanted to use the potentiality of the local to bring together different neighbors or non-neighbors and emerge from unlikely encounters with a shared or individual experience, with mixed or unambiguous feelings, energies, affects, anger and insight. We ask: How can a public space be curated through the collaboration of a group? How can different audiences be mixed through unexpected gatherings in this process?
Largely under the unexpected auspices of the pandemic caused by Covid-19, we have been searching for constellations of shared learning and unlearning for more than a year now. Instead of giving and taking, instead of outreach and receiving, we set up our work as an exchange of expertise of various kinds. This tangents to some, but not all. It opens to these, but not to those. Only in the overall view of the fluctuations and confusions did small tectonic shifts become apparent. Beyond a paternalistic ethos of gratification, which accompanies many activities in the intermediate area between art and cultural education, we asked what we ourselves want to know and what points of contact arise from this. How do we proceed, how does this world proceed through and as an embodiment of changeable structures? Therefore, seventeen months ago by now, we consciously started with a very simple question that is close to us, that takes the subjective extremely personally, but at the same time offers the possibility to be examined in its social, historical and cultural complexity. In this respect, the central question of OUR DANCE is: What is YOUR dance? And, even further, how do we then dance together?
The durational online event that concludes our project, “OUR DANCE - The living room edition”, inquires into biographical elements whilst exploring the hybridity of cultures and cultural techniques. It approaches embodiment as a shared memory space and offers connections to a biographical as well as socio-political and (inter)cultural exploration. Dancing is practiced here as a special case of what Stefano Harney and Fred Moten describe in “The Undercommons” (2013): They conceive learning at all levels as a collective act of knowledge exchange and knowledge production. For them, this collective learning means a practice against general disinterest or the hyper-individualized interest of individuals. Un/learning is about an interest beyond the individual search for self-interest. It crosses identities and generates new communities.
Given the abundance of dance happening in and around Uferstudios, we want to conclude with “OUR DANCE - The living room edition” together with our guests with a program series that examines dance in its various forms, as a practice that is in each case its own – biographically determined, acquired, deformed or found – along the following questions:
* What is the history, what are the cultures, politics, structures and preconditions of YOUR dance?
* How is YOUR dance embedded in the politics of its history and origins, what are the collectivizing and what are the individualizing forces that can be found in it? How and what does it embody and how does it produce a particular knowledge that cannot be found anywhere else?
* What is YOUR dance at all, how does it work and how can I – the other – dance it?
Different strategies and methods of investigation apply to different types of dance – be it street dance, dance history(s), Madonna videos, Irish social dances, theoretical practices or workshops. Whether as affirmation, as critical embodiment, or as techniques of individualization or communization: the various researches and an international conference which have been realized within the framework of our series questioned 'their dance' with their own methods and by drawing on different inputs from experts in other fields. In each case, specific decisions were made about what kinds of collaborations and what kinds of openings were needed.

PSR (Performance Situation Room) is a collective of Berlin-based artists and cultural workers (Lea Martini, Sheena McGrandles, Modjgan Hashemian, Stefan Hölscher, Mila Pavicevic, Juli Reinartz and Simone Willeit) who have been collaborating since the 25h event “Househeating” at the Heizhaus of Uferstudios in October 2019, despite their medially and aesthetically very different ways of working. On the one hand, they are united by their interest in choreographic procedures, social openness and commitment, on the other hand they share an understanding of working with communities other than just the dance scene as a driving force and motivator of their artistic practice. Most of the PSR artists are also active as cultural workers, mentors and teachers in addition to their artistic projects.
Production management: Monica Ferrari and Francesca Spisto.
Technical support: Hanna Kritten Tangsoo.
Graphic design: Matrose Mantober.

https://vimeo.com/576478142

The one-year project series “OUR DANCE – What is your dance?”, funded by the Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe, since spring 2020…

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Preamble / Präambel (28.4.2020)

Heizhaus is both a historical and a contemporary space full of potential. We wish it to be a space of unlikely encounters between different people from diverse backgrounds and different artistic, political, and social contexts. It is a messy playground for all of us and our dances. It is my community center, your dance hall, their gathering space, her teaching studio, your forum for thinking, and our performance space. It is accessible and open to all who want to engage with the space and the idea.

Projects in Heizhaus are process-oriented, focusing on the question what happens when we meet. The space functions like an organism in which the different parts are referring to and feeding into one another. At the same time, its sensuous connections to the outside are its life lines: In Heizhaus, we want to engage with other practices already taking place outside of Uferstudios. We want to re-view our own artistic practices in the light of their social and political embeddedness and make it possible for you to develop yours. We want to experiment with the time conventions of artistic production. We want to support practices and works that include and address more than one community. When we speak of unlikely encounters and messy playgrounds, we hope for the radical permeability of different artistic, political, and social contexts. Departing from dance, we however encourage projects of all disciplines that take into consideration other disciplines to engage with this space. Welcome to experimentation and the entangled messiness of animating this space together!

For us, Heizhaus functions like an incubator: breeding ideas, practices, alternative habits, and senses. Come and make it yours, give it your warmth, your colours, and your feels. Use it as your tentacular organ. Work on something new, invite people you always wanted to meet, reinvent your practice, change your time economy, share what you don’t know yet and learn from everything that is happening around. Let’s spend time differently. Let´s spend it together.

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Bemerkungen

Sharing space with young talents of the hood- moving, loving, learning from each other 🙌🏽
Feels like heaven being amongst my small and extremly inspiring team! I’m so grateful to be able to start with „Insellandschaften“ in Kooperation with Heizhaus/ Uferstudios. Thank you all for your support! Leben auf der Insel West-Berlin. Ein Blick über die Mauer. INSELLANDSCHAFTEN zeichnet die Erfahrungen von Frauen zwischen West-Berlin und Iran 1979 nach – zwischen Diaspora und Revolution, in der deutsch-deutschen Erinnerung unsichtbar unter der Wasseroberfläche zurückgeblieben. Der künstlerische Dokumentarfilm taucht in weibliches Erzählen ab, denn vielleicht sind Inseln nichts anderes als Bergspitzen unter Wasser liegender Gebirge. Erinnerungen an die Teilung Berlins und den Beginn der Iranischen Revolution verschwimmen: 1979 auf den Schultern der Eltern in Teheran für Demokratie kämpfend, stehen diese Kinder zehn Jahre später an der Berliner Mauer, um erneut für Freiheit einzustehen. INSELLANDSCHAFTEN erzählt (Un-)Sichtbarkeiten des kollektiven Gedächtnisses und wirft Licht auf den blinden Fleck der Geschichtsschreibung. Eine Produktion von Modjgan Hashemian gefördert durch den Hauptstadtkulturfonds mit freundlicher Unterstützung der Uferstudios.