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Performer:innen stehen in abgedunkeltem Raum
© Spyros Rennt

Clubbing is really just us taking a break from ourselves. The tools: dance, drugs, ecstasy. However, disconnecting from the world is not merely an end in itself – we go clubbing to later recount the tales of our adventures. Bright lights and energising music open up a realm where individuals from diverse backgrounds, lifestyles and social strata come together, fostering a sense of unity for one night and beyond. The audience becomes part of this community, entering a multi-disciplinary arena that blends music, text, performance and video to narrate the tale of one night.

Duration: 3 hours, the audience can enter and leave anytime.


Alex Baczyński-Jenkins is an artist and choreographer working with queer affects, embodiment and relationality. Through gesture, collectivity, touch and sensuality, his practice unfolds structures and politics of desire. Relationality is present in the dialogue-based way in which the work is developed and performed, as well as in the materials he invokes. This includes tracing relationships between sensation and sociality, embodied expression and alienation, the textures of everyday experience, utopian and latent queer histories. Baczyński-Jenkins approaches choreography as a form of reflection on feelings, perception and collective emergence, while engaging in other ways of experiencing memory, time and change. He is a co-founder of Kem, a Warsaw-based queer-feminist collective focussing on choreography, performance and sound in practice.



Choreography: Alex Baczyński-Jenkins

In collaboration with and performed by: Aaa Biczysko, Ewa Dziarnowska, Rafał Pierzyński, Ronald Berger und Arad Inbar

Developed with: Aaa Biczysko, Ewa Dziarnowska, Rafał Pierzyński, Sigrid Stigsdatter, Tiran Normanson

Developed as part of Kem's residency at the Ujazdowski Castle Center for Contemporary Art, Warsaw

Production manager: Ola Knychalska

Live sound and lighting: Krzysztof Bagiński

Sound research: Jana Androsova, Krzysztof Bagiński, Tobias Koch and Filip Lech

Styling advice: Rafał Domagła

A production by Alex Baczyński-Jenkins Studio

Studio director Andrea Rodrigo

Studio manager Sarie Nijboer

Management Consultant: Rui Silveira

Tour Manager: Anna Posch

Distribution: Something Great

Originally commissioned for the 2018 Frieze Artist Award, in partnership with Delfina Foundation, and presented as part of Frieze Projects, curated by Diana Campbell Betancourt