Phasenübergänge vol 3

2022 | Tanzstück

Berlin, Scharounplatz, Kunstraum Scharaun, Märkisches Viertel
Neustart Kultur, Joint Adventures – Stepping out, Newstardancecompany/Maasa 

Maasa, Phasenübergänge vol 3 Scharounplatz, Neustart Kultur, Tanz, Performance, Anne Tismer, Nuria Hoeyng, Bahar Kaygusuz, Vilja Mihalovsky, Lena Strützke

Photography: Bahar Kaygusuz 

Once upon a time very early, almost immediately after the Big Bang. According to the Planck time (the shortest time). And after the inflation that created the space for us (which is perhaps only an auxiliary explanation). So there is already space and therefore there is already gravity. The universe was 10 to the minus 7 seconds old. So it was 1/10,000,000 a ten millionth of a second old. We are quarks, i.e. more beautiful particles of matter: fermions. Actually, we’re just excitations in space-time with a half spin. It’s very, very hot and that’s why we can buzz around so easily. But two of us can’t be in the same place. We begin with the help of gluons, the exchange particles, better: bosons, to form three groups: the protons or the neutrons, which are also called hadrons or baryons. Once even to tetra quarks, so to a quartet, but only very briefly. The bosons can be in the same place at the same time. This is of course clever. Come on. We can do this loose floating around for a fraction of a second, namely until the universe 10 to the minus 2,
-1/100 is one hundredth of a second old. So it’s about a 1/9 999 900th, a nine million nine hundred ninety-nine thousand nine hundredth of a second. We make it 8 minutes. For 8 minutes we move in a split-second slow motion of what is happening, so to speak. It’s a precise but unpredictable hustle and bustle on our own terms. Incidentally, not according to the rules of classical physics. Nowadays you wouldn’t hit a quark from us alone. It’s too cold for that now, but that’s another story.

We now skip the entire period of existence of our universe, for here the principle is clear. – Our universe continues to cool down and more and more dark energy and dark matter is created until everything is frozen out. This has been happening for 13.8 billion years and will probably continue for around 100 trillion years. But then what? Now comes the second part of our story.

After all the stars have become brown or white dwarfs and the galaxies clump together, there is at least one large mass point that we spiral into. We clump together in beautiful movements around a point.

And now? Now comes the third part. Slowly we drift towards the center of the mass point. Time slows down near the mass point. It’s like we’re standing still. But what happens in this mass point? It will vaporize and then we quarks will be loosely buzzing around again. what could we do

We are rebuilding our universe! We use everything that happened and was before. We move around our own space footprints. We make integrals of our movements. If we previously described a straight line, it is now an incline, then a curve and then a parabola and another polynomial. We put fragments of the previous together again. Once backwards. We look away from each other and also around us. After another eight minutes or so, our new universe is ready. Then we step aside.

Kamera: Knut Klaßen

Teil 1

Rezension von Janine Muckermann


mit freundlicher Unterstützung durch Theaterhaus Mitte.

Unterstützt durch das NATIONALE PERFORMANCE NETZ – STEPPING OUT, gefördert von der Beauftragten der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien im Rahmen der Initiative NEUSTART KULTUR. Hilfsprogramm Tanz.