Shared Landscapes

Seven pieces between woods and meadows

By Barneaud / Kaegi

How can we approach the landscape without distancing ourselves at the same time? What if art did not imitate nature, but allowed us to experience it?


“Shared Landscapes” is a performative response to the land art of visual art. The audience is invited outside of cities to spend a whole day among trees, meadows, human and non-human inhabitants. Through subtle artistic open air interventions, audio tours, site-specific music scores, choreographies, media art and theatre, a new community may emerge at the transition between city and countryside.


Concept and Curation: Caroline Barneaud (Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne), Stefan Kaegi (Rimini Protokoll)
With: El Conde de Torrefiel / Marco D’Agostin, Chiara Bersani / Sofia Dias, Vítor Roriz / Begüm Erciyas, Daniel Kötter / Ari Benjamin Meyers and others
A production by Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne und Rimini Apparat in coproduction with Berliner Festspiele, Tangente St. Pölten 2024  – Festival für Gegenwartskultur (Austria), Culturgest + Rota Clandestina/Municipio de Setúbal (Portugal), Production Zona K/Piccolo Teatro di Milano Teatro d’Europa (Italy), Bunker, Ljubljana/Mladi Levi festival (Slovenia) und Temporada Alta (Spain).
Funded by the European Union.
The concept creation was funded by the Federal Agency for Civic Education.