Workshop held in the frame of International Summer Festival Hamburg in August 2020
Who are Raimunda and why are they building a flag? Raimunda stands for everyone who are looking for joyful resistance to repressive mechanisms of power and exclusion. Together with the artist Claudia Hill and the dramaturge Anne Kersting Josep Caballero García invited people during the International Summer Festival Hamburg to take part in contributing to the stage design of "Who's Afraid of Raimunda“ by sewing together a collective, unattributed, no less symbolic flag, which was then displayed on the festival grounds and will be later in the performance. Sewing is usually the term used to describe the joining of fabrics with a seam. The more people lend a hand, the more connections and encounters arise.
Concept and Idea: Josep Caballero García, Claudia Hill, Anne Kersting
Collaboration: Barbara Greiner, Emilia Patrignani
AUDIOSTATEMENTS: Paula- Irene Villa, Leyla Jagliella, Aslan, Pepetual Mforte Chiangong and Claude Jansen
A production by Queerpraxis GbR/ Josep Caballero García with Kampnagel Hamburg and Theater Lüneburg.
Funded by Fonds Doppelpass of the Federal Cultural Foundation and by
Supported by Elbkulturfonds of Hamburg
Photos: Simone Scardovelli