›Cooking Catastrophes‹ is cookery show, performance as well as contemplation on the future all at the same time. In front of an audience, three professional cooks prepare a meal of several coursesconsisting of forest fires, raging rivers, avalanches, meteor showers, mining explosions and plane crashes. The meal is made up of catastrophes, some well-known, which are then artistically prepare, cooked and finally destroyed – although not before the audience have had a taste. Seasoned with expert knowledge and staged in front of a live camera using images in a way that is reminiscent of the news, ›Cooking Catastrophes‹ presents the polar opposites of pleasure and horror on the same plate.

Eva Meyer-Keller (DE)

... is a choreographer and performer. She graduated from the School for New Dance Development (SNDO, Amsterdam) in June 1999. She previously studied Photography and Fine Arts in London and Berlin. Eva's work has been shown in Amsterdam, New York and Berlin. Eva Meyer-Keller is a founding member of the Liminal Institute. The Liminal Institute is a mobile laboratory and organisational umbrella for art that was formed by a group of young international choreographers, performance makers, visual artists, writers and technicians. more...

Sybille Müller (DE)

Sybille Müller studied dance at the Rotterdam Dance Academy and is currently finishing her degree in Strategic Comunication and Planning at the University of the Arts in Berlin. Her work interlaces different fields from dance, choreography, performance art and writing to psychological research. Besides working on her own independent projects, she also collaborates with others, e.g. Isabelle Schad, deufert&plischke. Eva Meyer-Keller and Sybille Müller have previously created ›Building After Catastrophes‹.




Advance sales: 11 € / red. 6 € (incl. VRR-Ticket)
Box office: 13 € / red. 8 € (incl. VRR-Ticket)


Conception and direction:  Eva Meyer-Keller and Sybille Müller

Cooks: Jim Löfdahl, Kristoffer Nilsson, Andreas Lindberg, Mariana Silva Varela, Filip Zubaczek, Peter Whaley

Camera: Marika Heidebäck

Design (Meal): Byggstudio

A Mossutställningar Stockholm production, co-produced by PACT Zollverein (Essen) and the Goethe-Institut Sweden 

Funded by: Fonden Innovativ Kultur, Kulturrådet (Swedish Arts Council), Stiftelsen framtidens kultur (The Foundation for the Culture of the Future)

Supported by: Dansens Hus Stockholm

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