Making a Difference
Making a Difference is a Berlin-based network founded in 2018 to promote the independent work of disabled, d/Deaf and chronically ill artists in dance. Eight organisations have joined forces to create high-quality, accessible training and production opportunities through workshops, residencies and co-productions. The central guideline of the project is to fill all leadership and expert positions with disabled, d/Deaf and chronically ill people.
News and recommendations
Camilla Pölzer: I NEED A HERO
Dance piece for children from the age of 9
22, 24 and 25 February 2023 | TANZKOMPLIZEN at Podewil
Wouldn’t we all like to be a hero some day? With humorous exaggeration, joy of movement and a flowing cape, Camilla Pölzer confronts social expectations and figures out what it means to be a heroineher for her as a woman with a disability.
I NEED A HERO is a co-production of Camilla Pölzer with Making a Difference in cooperation with TANZKOMPLIZEN.
Recommendation: DIS CONTACT
15, 17 and 19 February 2023 | Sophiensaele
Why did Pina Bausch never make a version of her most famous work Kontakthof with disabled artists? Dis Contact is neither a reinterpretation nor a reconstruction of Kontakthof, but a work that creates new places of contact between artists belonging to communities and cultures that are systematically oppressed in the world where Pina Bausch’s Kontakthof has a prominent status.