Rimini Protokoll and Alexander Weinstein present as a part of Korjaamo Theatre's Stage Festival
From June to October 2016
About performance
Remote Helsinki is a mixture of performance, excursion, computer game and quest. These 100 minutes will change your perception of Helsinki.
Remote Helsinki is intended for 50 people who will walk along a carefully selected route wearing headphones and guided by Artificial Intelligence. They will take part in an exciting performance/excursion, with streets, shops, the metro and much more supporting the theatrics. Remote Helsinki is a performance beginning in the ground and ending in the sky.
Remote In The World
From June to October 2016
Please note: tickets for the show are sold in Tiketti and at the Strömma sales point at the Tourist Information on the Esplanade (Pohjoisesplanadi 19). We don’t sell tickets at the group assembly point.
€30 Tiketin palvelumaksu 2,50 €
How it was
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Rimini Protokoll
Winners of various international and German theatre awards , including the German national theatre Faust award, the European theatre award “for new theater forms” and the Silver Lion at the Venice Biennale for performing arts.
Rimini Protokoll may well be classified as a company that dictates a new future for theatre, creating performances that take audiences outside theater halls. Providing a mix of different theatrical forms that incorporate sociology, mathematics, geopolitics and IT into their texture, they manage to talk with their audience about important social issues. Their work is focused on developing theatrical instruments capable of serious depictions of various facets of our lives. Their Remote X performance has been nominated for the Golden Mask, the chief Russian theatre award, and was successfully shown at Avignon Theater festival.
Alexander Weinstein, general producer
«Remote is about sensory perceptions. It may be compared to meditation, or to the first journey by plane. Remote Helsinki may answer many inner questions of any city-dweller: it is about your town, your way and your boundaries of social behavior. Together with Rimini Protokoll, we have created a great portrait of the city, and I’m happy that the result is not a dull portrait but rather a three-dimensional mosaic to which every participant may add a personal element, as well as take something for themselves.»
Master of arts, theater producer, engine for progress, IETM (International network for contemporary performing arts, Brussels) consultant, founder of Skorokhod Theatre Venue (St. Petersburg) and a number of international festivals devoted to theatre and contemporary dance. Since 2015 he lives and works in Helsinki.
#Remotehelsinki team
  • Concept
  • Stefan Kaegi
  • Director
  • Jörg Karrenbauer
  • Sound-Design
  • Nikolas Neecke, Ilona Marti
  • Dramatists
  • Juliane Männel, Aljoscha Begrich
  • General producer
  • Alexander Weinstein
  • Consultant
  • Matilda von Weissenberg
  • Management
  • Juliane Männel, Caroline Gentz
  • PR
  • Sirje Niitepõld
Special thanks for support: Mikko Fritze, Topi Lehtipuu, Danik Pirturniy, Raoul Grünstein, Maria Karmanovskaya, Matilda von Weissenberg, Tatiana Weinstein, Jonatan Fogelholm, Suvi Lahti, Maija Kuoppala, Marianne Saukkonen, Heli Vainio, Kseniya Kaverina, Katherine Lenanton.
Chief partner

By Rimini Protokoll (Stefan Kaegi / Jörg Karrenbauer)

"Remote X" is a production of Rimini Apparat. In coproduction with HAU Hebbel am Ufer Berlin, Maria Matos Teatro Municipal and Goethe-Institute Portugal, Festival Theaterformen Hannover/Braunschweig, Festival d'Avignon, Zürcher Theater Spektakel, Kaserne Basel. Supported by the Capital Cultural Fund Berlin and by Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia and Fachausschuss Tanz und Theater Kanton Basel-Stadt. A House on Fire coproduction with the support of the Cultural Program of the European Union.
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Mistä tässä kaikessa oikein on kyse, Stefan Kaegi?

Tekoäly, katuja ja kattoja, tuntemattomia ihmisiä, omituisia ehdotuksia. Vieläkö hämmentää? Remote X:n isä, sveitsiläinen Stefan Kaegi selittää.

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