TV Free Europe Forecast
TV Free Europe is a collaborative experimental Tele- and Theatre Vision, started in 2019, 30 years after the Fall of the Wall. It is the joint work of seven local studios from 5 countries. An artistic research about TV, with performance, public art, university classes, street interventions, life. A thinking about being free artists. Wanna know more? Listen to your inner David:
September 12 | Border opening event with live transmission from Studio Oberwart (AT)
October 2020 – March 2021 | Winter is coming – stay tuned for programs coming up
April – June 2021 | TV Free Europe goes live in the local studios
///// stay tuned on tv-free-europe.eu
TV Free Europe – coming late!
Our TV IN PROGRESS has been launched!
A TV in progress, with plenty of absurdity and inspiration, and lots of fishes for a meditation break.
If you are bored of livestreamings, tired of online cultural products and all the framed information,
We planned it to be a series of LIVE EVENTS, but now we decided to put it all back into the box of a classical TV. Later we will break out of it again!
THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING – Mari & Marie’s Early Night Show
Mari @ Marie’s Early Night Show @TRIP Ship Budapest | 5 October, 2019
The show happened in the context of our European Democracy Network and was co-organised with KÖME – Kulturális Örökség Menedzserek Egyesülete
One of the main demands of active citizens in Central and Eastern Europe in the late 80s was the right for information and a democratic public sphere. In 2019 we face a narrowing public sphere with increasing restrictions on the freedom of press, assembly and expression in many European countries and beyond. More and more moments emerge reminiscent of the “velvet prison” as writer, politician and human rights advocate Miklós Haraszti called the late Kádár regime.
Greetings from the future of 1989, feel the wind of CHANGE!
Hungarian Mari and East-German refugee Marie, two young journalists, are time travelling from 1989 to 2019 to host today’s talk show. Join them for an interactive conversation with performative elements around shrinking civic spaces and civic actors’ legitimacy, reputation and freedom fundamentally being challenged. Together, we want to explore how civic spaces are being restricted in European and neighbouring countries; what are the similarities and differences across Europe; how we as civil society can stand in solidarity with each other and learn from each others‘ reactions and actions against these threatening tendencies in our specific local contexts.
TV Free Europe soon starts!
We are happy to launch our collaborative TV Free Europe soon!
30 years after Radio Free Europe influenced and transmitted the Fall of the Iron Curtain, with partners from 5 countries we explore buried hopes and possibilities of freedom of speech today. TV Free Europe is a series of practical research formats and theatrical late night shows. Throughout the project a growing archive is being built up, out of personal accounts, objects, stories and misteries.
Partners to TV Free Europe: KÖME- Association of Cultural Heritage Managers, University of Nova Gorica (SLO), Offenes Haus Oberwart (AT), UT Connewitz (DE), Festival Tårnby Torv (DK), Pneuma Vizuál and other local collaborators
The project is co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union, Allianz Kulturstiftung and the U.S. Embassy of Budapest
TV Free Europe is looking for a project assistant!
—– details (in Hungarian) —-
A rendszerváltás 30. évfordulójához kötődő performatív művészeti és közéleti projekthez keresünk munkatársat.
A Pneuma Szöv. és a KÖME-Kulturális Örökség Menedzserek Egyesülete most induló “Szabad Európa Televízió”-ja keres munkatársat kommunikációs és asszisztensi feladatokhoz 2021 tavaszáig.
A munkavégzés helye főleg Budapest
Jelentkezni 2019. szeptember 20-ig lehet az firstname.lastname@example.org címen.
Kezdés: 2019. október eleje
Marie and Mari hiked with OHO-Offenes Haus Oberwart at the Iron Curtain
Grenzerfahrungen – Diesseits und jenseits der ehemaligen Eisernen Grenze * Lesewanderung
Montag, 10. Juni 2019 13:00 Uhr
Lesewanderung am Pfingstmontag zum Fall des Eisernen Vorhangs 1989
Start: Geschichtenhaus Bildein
Involved Artists and Authors:
Konstanze Breitebner, Johanna Sebauer, Dominic Horinek, Konstantin Vlasich,
„Luftfabrik“ (Pneuma Szöv.ft. Mari und Marie – Zsuzsa Berecz, Csilla File, Sarah Günther, Csilla Hódi, Balázs Kellner, Luca Szabados)
—The cultural house OHO in Oberwart, Burgenland near to the Austro-Hungarian Border organised a hike with lectures and performance around the topic of the Fall of the Iron Curtain. Mari & Marie presented some of their ’89 memories in form of performative pictures and collected memory postcards about the participants memories.
MORE INFO (DE) ON THE PAGE OF OHO
Mari & Marie: Late Night Quiz – forever ’89! @Szabad Terek
The tragicomical duo Mari & Marie is back from 1989 !!
With a spontaneous first “Late Night Quiz” they enriched the opening weekend of the “Free Spaces” program, taking the public to the cult places of 1989.
report on Keret Blog (HU)
about the “FREE SPACES” network you can read more here
photos: Alli Ikonen
Újfajta konspirációra van szükség: beszélgetés a Mókusokkal *HUN*
unfortunately in Hungarian only
Berecz Zsuzsa írása
megjelent a JAK Színház és társadalom című kötetében
Happy Birthday Pneuma Szöv.!
We are 10 years old!
Mari & Marie go hygge – Tårnby Torv Festival
Duty free zone – early evening show + party by Pneuma Szöv. ft. Marie & Mari, Dr. Purple and local guests
19 November, 7 pm @Tårnby Torv Festival, Denmark
Where birds and planes meet, between Amager Fælled and Kastrup Airport, Mari & Marie look for freedom and flights. Mari & Marie started their entertainment program in the streets of Budapest, checking out what the future could look like. As time travellers they bounce between the past and the coming, always stumbling over the potentials of 1989. Is freedom outdated?
Tårnby Torv Festival is an attempt to maintain the connection between performance art and its most important players: the citizens right around the corner. In the festival cooperate artists from abroad, Danmark and citizens from Tårnby.
The festival is initiated by Tårnby inhabitant and performance artist Andreas Liebmann and takes place in, and around, a space on the 1st floor in Tårnby Torv Center.