DAU World Premiere in Paris 24/01/2019 automatic translate
From January 24 to February 17, 2019, with the support of the local city hall, the world premiere of the DAU project will be held in Paris. Together with the three main partners - the Theater du Châtelet and the Theater de la Ville, as well as the National Center for Art and Culture Pompidou, the project authors will offer the public an unprecedented experience of immersion in the space of DAU. Viewers can come for several hours at any time of the day or come again and again on different days. The public will be invited to see 13 films and a series of TV shows assembled from 700 hours of 35 mm film footage filmed, as well as become a member of various scientific and spiritual practices, seminars, attend concerts, performances and installations.
Three sites where DAU shows will take place during the month will be connected in the air by laser beams: the symbolic Red Triangle is partly inspired by the aesthetics of the Russian avant-garde of the early 20th century.
The penetration into the world of DAU is offered to the viewer in two Parisian spaces, twin theaters on Place de la Châtelet, which are in the stage of large-scale reconstruction, among debris and scenic decorations, as if frozen between past and future. Both theaters will be open exclusively for DAU events, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.
Also in the Pompidou Center / during the museum’s opening hours / an immersive installation will be presented, reproducing the atmosphere of the DAU Institute, and the project heroes will again reside in it.
BRIEFLY ABOUT DAU PROJECT
DAU is a multidisciplinary art project that exists at the intersection of art and science, theology and technology, truth and myth. For the filming of film material in the Ukrainian city of Kharkov, the Institute was reconstructed. It became the largest film location in Europe and at the same time a living parallel reality, where for three years, from 2009 - 2011, observing the rules of historical reconstruction, scientists, artists, musicians, philosophers, religious figures, mystics lived and worked along with cooks, cleaners, nurses, hairdressers and hundreds of other real characters. The goal of the DAU Institute, as well as any other existing institutions that served as its model, was research: on quantum physics, string theory and loop quantum gravity; and experiments in less traditional areas, such as orgonal energy, thought transmission, and teleportation.
The original idea of the director Ilya Khrzhanovsky to create a film about Soviet physics in the process of implementation was transformed into a serious study of human nature and psyche, which continues to this day. Of course, all this was made possible with the support of the like-minded director - a major Russian philanthropist Sergei Adonyev and in collaboration with a powerful international creative team, including production director Jürgen Jürges, art director Denis Shibanov, art director Katya Ertel and hundreds more huge and diverse experience. After the filming ended and the Institute was destroyed, the DAU continued to exist in other contexts, attracting more and more participants. The main character on the screen was the famous conductor Theodore Currentzis. The experiment also involved contemporary artists Marina Abramovich, Carsten Heller, Boris Mikhailov and Philip Parreno; directors Peter Sellars, Romeo Castellucci, Anatoly Vasilyev; designer Ray Kawakubo; musicians Brian Eno and Robert del Naya from Massive Attack. The films were voiced by actresses Isabelle Adjani, Fanny Ardant, Isabelle Huppert, Charlotte Rampling, Iris Berben, Hanna Shigulla, Barbara Zukova, actors Gerard Depardieu, Willem Défoau, Lars Eidinger, etc.
Films created from the film material shot at the Institute will be presented for the first time in Paris and will continue to exist on the DAU Digital digital platform available online. The release of the feature film "Dow" will take place later. Dates will be announced additionally.
TAKE PART IN THE DAU
To get to the DAU, you do not need a ticket, but a visa. Persons who have reached the age of 18 can receive a visa of one of three types: for 6 hours (A1), for 24 hours (S1) or for a multivisa without duration restrictions (M1). The route of stay on visas b and m will be personalized according to the psychometric questionnaire, which you will need to fill out during online registration. These procedures are necessary to ensure that your interaction with the DAU project is more authentic, deep and individual. All visa applications are submitted online or at the DAU (Place du Châtelet) visa application center.
PRICES AND CONDITIONS
6-hour DAU visa
This visa gives the right to one entry with the possibility of stay in the territory of the DAU up to 6 hours. Re-entry for the duration of this visa is not possible. With this visa you do not need to fill out a personal form. You will have the opportunity to explore the world of DAU, which will include at least one full-length film, as well as access to a limited number of other DAU events.
35 euros (20 euros for persons under 26, unemployed, people with disabilities, pensioners)
24-hour DAU visa
This visa entitles you to multiple entry into the territory of the DAU within 24 hours. The DAU route will be personalized according to your profile, which is created by the algorithm based on the answers to the questionnaire. This type of visa provides for viewing several full-length films, as well as access to individual DAU events.
75 Euros (50 Euros for persons under 26, unemployed, people with disabilities, pensioners)
Multivisa unlimited duration
Multivisa gives the right to unlimited stay in the territory of the DAU during the release of the project in Paris, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.
The visitor chooses the date and time of the first visit and after it has the opportunity to return at any time the desired number of times. The DAU route will be personalized according to your profile, which is created by the algorithm based on the answers to the questionnaire.
Journey to the DAU-world will include viewing of all or several full-length films, as well as access to special DAU-events.
150 euros (110 euros for persons under 26, unemployed, people with disabilities, pensioners)
Theater du Châtelet, 1 Place du Châtelet, 75001, Paris
Théâtre de la Ville, 2 Place du Châtelet, 75004 Paris
Place Georges-Pompidou, 75004 Paris
Opening hours: daily from 11 to 21. 00, closed - Tuesday