In Public Space
After Work
Programming from the Community
For English speaking audience, Free admission
Paarweise Spazierende in einer winterlichen Parklandschaft

Los ziehen & Losziehen

A Walk
BRAND – Verein für theatrale Feldforschung e. V.

This format opens up spaces outside of theaters; communicatively, performatively and in motion. In doing so, small groups are led to familiar or unknown locations. They are invited to question their perception of the environment. The first walk on the topics of dwelling and architecture takes place in the Weiße Seidlung and the second walk in Hasenheide is dedicated to the topic of fear.


Playing times
Th 26.05 18:00 - 19:30 Fr 27.05 18:00 - 19:30

90 min

Admission price

Free Admission

Event notes

The walk will start on May 26 on Sonnenallee and the following day May 27 on Fontanestraße. Parallel walks (in German and, if necessary, in English) can take place at the start time at 6:00 pm. Please indicate the need when registering.

This is a walk in public space with a flexible route to avoid curbs and other obstacles. A basic mobility and willingness to participate in an approximately 90-minute walk at a relaxed pace is required. Since the action takes place in the urban space, there is no established parking lot, but parking on the roadside is free in the vicinity of the starting points within the scope of legal possibilities. Due to the fact that the action takes place in the urban space, there are no sanitary facilities, but they can be approached if necessary (e.g. in surrounding cafés). Assistance and adaptation to special needs are possible in principle, but it is advisable to contact us in advance for more precise coordination. Since the format focuses on the participants talking to each other, participation is possible for the visually impaired, but may be difficult for the hearing impaired. The activity takes place outdoors during daylight hours.

Contact: Wiebke Hensle
Phone: 0176 781 298 02


Idea, planning & performance: Olaf Giesbrecht, Wiebke Hensle, Hans Morgeneyer & Katja von der Ropp




BRAND has been conducting theatrical field research in social spaces since 2009, primarily investigating feedback potentials between art and society.

In public space: Sonnenallee 281

Sonnenallee 281, 12057 Berlin