Events 09 | 2010
Fri/Sat September 10/11, 2010
Mission Impossible 1862
4-Channel Video Installation in Scenic Interaction
at the ZKM_Cube, 8 p.m., € 9/6 (buy ticket online)
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An interactive 4-channel video installation for actors and the audience describes the life of the Missionar Jakob Friedrich Ziegler, who moved in the mid-19th Century from Dagersheim near Stuttgart to Dharwar in Karnataka, India.
Chris Ziegler: "My family found well over 700 diary pages of an diary of my great great grandfather in the archives of the 'Basel Mission Church 'with lots of drawings and photos. I continued the diary of a German-Indian encounter of the 19th Century with my own video itinerary in India. 'Impossible Mission' is a journey into the past with the means of the 21 Century.
Chris Ziegler director, stage
Michael Hewel script, dramaturgy
Heinz Röser-Dümmig, Chris Ziegler actors
Voice of Juliane Ziegler Ute Merz
Martin Bellardi programming
Ursula and Martin Ziegler Sütterlin transcript
Sütterlinstube Hamburg e.V.
Costumes schuler | | keck
ZKM | Institute for Visual Media supported by the ZKM | Institute for Music and Acoustics
Supported by the 'Landesverband Freier Theater Baden-Württemberg' (LAFT), funded through the Ministry of Science, Research and Culture Baden-Württemberg and by the National 'Fonds Darstellende Künste'.
Further information: www.movingimages.de
Friederich Ziegler, 1832 - 1906
© Archiv 'Basel Mission Church'