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This year’s key topic Green Rules reaches its preliminary climax in the early summer: united sorry will be continuing their Green Conversations salon on the grass with a cultivated happening in the Türkenschanzpark and subsequent revelry in the TÜWI Pub in May. They will be conjuring spring and celebrating artistic and political beginnings and awakenings.

In June as part of the Up to Nature Unplugged Festival, the Vogeltennwiese in the Vienna Woods will become a brut outdoor performance venue. Across three days, artists from Vienna and Europe will be presenting productions that examine the forest’s living environment and the recreational area at the city’s outskirts as a border area between urban culture and cultivated nature. On the occasion of the festival’s opening, Finnish artist Antti Laitinen will be felling a tree on the Vogeltennwiese: he will be cutting it into pieces over the course of the festival and then reassembling it later to ultimately put it back up as a sculpture at its original location. The British live-art duo FrenchMottershead in co-operation with Viennese forest experts will be designing interactive workshops in which the theoretical knowledge about the location’s typical features are transformed into practical, experiential events. Nic Green from Scotland will be constructing a dwelling in which she and the audience will be drawing out unexpected secrets from the supposedly natural forest. Viennese artist Johanna Kirsch, however, will be making herself at home in the branches in her performance My Name Is Ape or The Little Tree Theatre in order to juxtapose humans’ evolutionary step down off the tree with their revolutionary moments climbing up it again. The cheerful Berlin concept choreographer Martin Nachbar will also be taking on animism in Animal Dances by becoming a greenfly, a lapdog, and a belling stag. Ingrid Fiksdal, Ingvild Langgård and Signe Becker from Oslo will be guiding the audience on a nightly parcourse into an enraptured world full of mythical beings, ghosts, and sweet shivers of creepiness. nadaproductions will present an unplugged version of its current performance NATURE, and united sorry/Frans Poelstra & Robert Steijn will intensify all these experiences as mythical creatures in high heels.
The bar brut deluxe will indeed also go open air during the event to ensure unpredictable effects during the concerts by Owl & Mack and Loose Lips Sink Ships as the night wears on.

Up to Nature is a festival for all those who find the areas outside of pubs too crowded, the theatre too dark, and the mountain hut too desolate in the summer.

The festival will be touring during the summer to Bristol (29 June to 1 July), Oslo (24 to 26 August), and Kuopio (28 to 30 September), where the productions will be adapted to the respective local environments.
“Because nature is our wilderness, but nature’s wilderness is us.” Helen Cole, artistic director Inbetween Time, Bristol

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