Shared Landscapes

Seven pieces between fields and forests

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?

Caroline Barneaud (Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne) and Stefan Kaegi invite their audience to leave the theatre and venture out into Berlin’s green surroundings. From early afternoon to sunset, seven productions by European artists will address the (re-)discovery of landscape. What relationships can we build, which established perspectives can we alter? Under the open sky, artistic interventions, performances, sound compositions, choreographies, media art and theatre will create a fleeting moment of a new kind of community as a performative response to the land art movement of the visual arts.

Podcast: Le Beau Bizarre #46 avec Caroline Barneaud et Stefan 


With productions by:

Chiara Bersani and Marco D’Agostin (Italy)
El Conde de Torrefiel (Spain)
Sofia Dias and Vítor Roriz (Portugal)
Begüm Erciyas and Daniel Kötter (Turkey, Belgium, Germany)
Stefan Kaegi (Germany, Switzerland)
Ari Benjamin Meyers (Germany)
Émilie Rousset (France)
Concept and curation: Caroline Barneaud, Stefan Kaegi
Artistic assistant: Giulia Rumasuglia
Stage manager: Guillaume Zemor 
Production and coordination: Isabelle Campiche, Aline Fuchs (Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne)
With the support of the production, technique, communication and administration teams of Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne
Coordination of Performing landscape Rimini Protokoll: Chloé Ferro, Monica Ferrari, Lara Fischer


Production: Rimini Apparat and Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne (Switzerland)
Co-production: Performing landscape, European consortium: Bunker and Mladi Levi Festival (Slovenia), Culturgest (Portugal), Festival d’Avignon (France), Tangente St. Pölten – Festival für Gegenwartskultur (Austria), Temporada Alta (Spain), Zona K and Piccolo Teatro di Milano Teatro d’Europa (Italy). And Berliner Festspiele (Germany).
Co-funded by the European Union.
The concept creation was funded by the Federal Agency for Civic Education.
With the support of INVR Berlin for the virtual reality headsets.