RADICAL JEWISH CULTURE DAYS
‘The Maxim Gorki Theatre used to be a post-migrant theatre. Now it’s a dis-integration theatre. Dis-integration means: I’m not joining in. The one thing it doesn’t mean is: I’m keeping out of this.’
Dirk Pilz, Berliner Zeitung
Sasha Marianna Salzmann talks about Radical Jewish Culture Days at ZDF, Aspekte (german)
Sasha Marianna Salzmann at PUZZLE (BR) about disintegration
Three questions for Sasha Marianna Salzmann to Radical Jewish Culture Days
You are part of a social sculpture. Welcome! Together with Superman and Hannah Arendt, Salinger and Jacques Derrida, you are here to celebrate the premiere of the Jewish Monologues, swing the tallit, enjoy afternoons of violence-glorifying films over coffee and rugelach, and surrender to the powers of New Music.
For ten days, dis-integrated Jewish people, allies, confederates and inglorious poets of every kind will take over Studio Я—and the Radical Jewish Culture Days will send tremors through the firm ground of the present. Our aim? To shake up and reconfigure today’s German. We are all part of the problem. We are all part of the solution.