Skip to main content

Urban Nature

A walk-through film by Rimini Protokoll

“Urban Nature” is a work by Rimini Protokoll, a company that stretches theatre beyond its limits. In this world premiere of its latest performative installation, the collective turns the focus on life in cities.

The process of making "Urban Nature" at the CCCB

A short documentary film about the work of Rimini Protokoll

For four months (April-July 2021), a group of students from the MA in Creative Documentary at the UPF shadowed the three members of the theatre company Rimini Protokoll (Helgard Haug, Stefan Kaegi and Daniel Wetzel) and set designer Dominic Huber as they prepared the play Urban Nature at the CCCB.

Stefano Mancuso

Phytopolis: The City of Tomorrow

In response to the challenge of combining the exponential urban growth with problems occasioned by the climate emergency, the writer and researcher Stefano Mancuso, pioneer in the study of vegetal neurobiology, suggests that we should learn from living systems in order to develop new strategies that would make cities more sustainable in future.  

Rimini Protokoll and Andreu Gomila

Theatre Beyond Its Boundaries

Coinciding with the opening of the exhibition “Urban Nature”, the writer and journalist Andreu Gomila talks with the tercet of theatre directors behind Rimini Protokoll – Helgard Haug, Stefan Kaegi and Daniel Wetzel – and with the stage designer Dominic Huber about the most relevant themes from their artistic career.

Urban Nature. Experience the city as if you were in a film

The city becomes the backdrop for a performative installation by the Rimini Protokoll theatre company. Dare to play one of the lead roles in this unique immersive experience. You can do the walkthrough on a tablet or as a group, experiencing first-hand the lives of 7 real characters whose stories ...

"Urban Nature" by Rimini Protokoll

A Unique Theatrical Experiment

Rimini Protokoll is a groundbreaking group of theatre directors who have staged productions all over the world where the audience is always the protagonist and plays a major role. In "Urban Nature" the company reflects on the paradoxes of living and sharing life in the city. A performative ...