Kaleni Kollectiv opens the discourse on the future of work and creates a space for independent perspectives between Germany and Namibia. Artists from Windhoek and Berlin will showcase performances, choreographies and installations. Economic and social exploitation as well as the knowledge that current forms of work and employment are coming to an end make the search for alternative work - and life - models a global issue. With the knowledge of the complex and violent colonial historical background, eight artists go in search of a collective utopia.
Owela - the game that in Namibia is played in lunch breaks, before and after work. The Kaleni Collective invites you to a playful discussion on the future of work.
Produced by the Kaleni Kollectiv in co-production with the Ruhrfestspiele Recklinghau-
sen, funded by the TURN Fund, a program of the Cultural Foundation of the Federal Re-
public of Germany. In cooperation with the Goethe Institut Namibia, the National Arts
Artistic direction: Kaleni Kollectiv (Esmeralda Cloete, För Künkel, Veronique Mensah, Nashilongweshipwe Mushaandja, Beatrix Munyama, Nelago Shilongoh, Hildegard Titus, Julia Wissert), Council Namibia, the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation and the National Theatre of Namibia, Projectdirection/concept: Sabine Reich, Production management: Isabell Höckel, Jenny Kandenge, Lavinia Kapewasha