A postfossil themepark

14.-23.10 2022

You have to change your life. Otherwise, you will find yourself unable to cope with the imminent heatwave. Personal convenience is not the only obstacle standing in the way of your insight: well-funded lobby groups are also working to keep you on your path of fossil dependency.

But an exit is possible: For 260 years, Japan in the Edo period (1603-1868) operated on the basis of solar energy and experienced an unprecedented cultural flowering. The need for reduction gave rise to new cultural techniques and everyday practices. Art and culture experienced high points, some of which we still know today: Haiku, Kabuki, No, Calligraphy, Kintsugi, Sushi, Kimono.

Inspired by this historical model, reEDOcate me! offers the opportunity to overcome your avoidance strategies and blockades: 20 artists translate the sustainability strategies of the Edo period for current transformation conditions. The experiential spaces they create will disrupt your action routines and change your everyday perceptions. You will unlearn your toxic life practices and practice new, sustainable ones. You need to change your life! Start now!

October 14 at 14:00, 15:00, 16:00
October 15 at 11:00, 12:00, 13:00
October 16 at 11:00, 12:00, 13:00


October 21 at 14:00, 15:00, 16:00
October 22 at 11:00, 12:00, 13:00
October 23 at 11:00, 12:00, 13:00

you can join a guided reEDOcate-me! tour. It lasts only 5 hours.

Tickets: 22 Euro, 11 Euro reduced

Tickets here! 


A project by Aljoscha Begrich, Makiko Yamaguchi, Christian Tschirner, Benjamin Foerster-Baldenius and Dido Aquilanti.

Organized by raumlaborberlin and les dramaturx.

With: Andreas Greiner and Takafumi Tsukamoto, Anna Kpok, Akira Takayama, Christophe Maierhans, Ella Ziegler, Jan Caspers, les dramaturx, meierfranz, Mats Staub, Metis, Nicholas Bussmann, Michikazu Matsune, Nagara Wada, Sabine Zahn and Joshua Rutter, Ricardo Sarmiento Ramírez, Sachiko Hara, Toshiki Okada and Maike Knirsch.

With the support of HAUPTSTADTKULTURFONDS and E.ON Stiftung. In cooperation with KYOTO EXPERIMENT

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