EIn Mädchen mit Kopfschmuck neben einer VR-Brille
Schmidt-Rohr / Hengst

Future Dreams

Video Installation

7:00 PM—10:00 PM
7:00 PM—10:00 PM
Ticket sale starting soon

The video installation has a duration of about 20 minutes and runs in a loop.
The ticket is valid for multiple viewings on the day of the event.

Joint price system: 5 / 7 / 10 €
Bremen Pass / Kultursemesterticket: 3 €
No further reductions.

Alternatively you can reserve tickets by phone 0421 520 80 70 (Mon, Wed – Fri 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. or answering machine) or email ticket@schwankhalle.de. Pick up at the box office until 30 min before the performance starts. Tickets available online and at all Nordwest-Ticket ticket agencies. Box office open from 60 min before the start of the event.

The video installation is without speech, lasts 20 minutes and runs in a loop. The hall can be entered and left at any time. There are various seating and standing areas available, wheelchair spaces are provided. There are visualizations of ecological crises that can have a distressing effect. Detailed information about the accessibility of our venue can be found here. If you have any questions, please contact us at ticket@schwankhalle.de or 0421 520 80 70.

»Future Dreams« examines the role of technology in art. Video portraits of 42 children are presented in a spatial installation. Their gazes and gestures appear as if they were captured in virtual spaces and games. Beyond the algorithmic ordering systems that are revealed in the choreographies and arrangements of the videos, the audience sets off on a poetic journey that tells of the ecological crisis and the next digital native generation’s longing of for future healing.


Concept, Choreography, Camera: Barbara Schmidt-Rohr, Daniel Hengst
Performance: Children and Teens from Hamburg
Set Design Installation: Marie-Luise Balzer
Cutter: Jens Hasenberg
Sound: Iason Roumkos
Costume: Lanika
Make-Up: Ilona Klein
Thanks to: All children and families involved

Supported by the Hamburg Ministry of Culture and Media, the Hamburg Cultural Foundation in cooperation with the PwC Foundation, the Performing Arts Fund with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media as part of TakePart.