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A tribute to 100 years of Dada: Sound-poetic object theatre for children and grown-ups based on Kurt Schwitters´ URSONATE

Kurzinfo: Fümms bö wö tää zää Uu! Ritsch Ritsch Ratsch! Kurt Schwitters DADA-Klassiker »Die Ursonate« prallt auf eine handelsübliche Rolle Wellpappe. Eindeutig das Rezept für Poesie und Phantasie.

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FÜMMS! No idea what that means? We also don’t know! But FÜMMS is versatile! It’s able to fly, for example, to creep and toplump down to the ground. It can scrunch up and it can be a fish or a caterpillar. It can become an image, no, it can be a whole universe of images. You can melt FÜMMS in your mouth or shout it out loud into the world! By the way: Who actually said that words have to make sense?! Or that corrugated board is exclusive made for packaging? It can be so much more than that!

Referring to DADA’s 100th anniversary the »Theatre of the Young World« presents DADA for kids. DADA was an artistic and literary movement that began in Zürich, Switzerland. It arose as a reaction to World War I and the nationalism that many thought had led to the war. In_uenced by other avant-garde movements – Cubism, Futurism,
Constructivism, and Expressionism – its output was wildly diverse, ranging from performance art to poetry, photography, sculpture, painting, and collage. DADA‘s aesthetic, marked by its mockery of materialistic and nationalistic attitudes, intensively in_uenced artists in many cities, including Berlin, Hanover, Paris, New York, and Cologne. The movement dissipated with the establishment of Surrealism. One of the most famous »Dadaists« was Kurt Schwitters whose »Ursonate« was obviously arranged with senseless words and single letters, but was composed precise to some extent.

Ines Müller-Braunschweig worked several times at the TYW and created plays for young children, such as »Die Schmusekönigin« (the cuddle queen) and »Fische & Süßer Brei« (_sh and sweet pap) that already was invited to and played in Japan in 2011.