The work of Antje Pfundtner in Gesellschaft (APiG) (Antje Pfundtner in Society) is heavily shaped by collaboration and communication. APiG consists of the permanent core team around Anne Kersting (dramaturgy), Jana Lüthje (distribution and company development), Hannah Melder (production management, PR and marketing) and Antje Pfundtner (choreography, dance and artistic direction) as well as changing guests and colleagues.
The funding awarded to the Teilgesellschaften (sub-societies) project will facilitate the structural consolidation of APiG up to 2021. In addition to the development of an internal social framework, the creation of a new group piece and the launching of a revival format beyond the development of repertoire, APiG is also starting a three-year model project for networking with other artists as well as for sharing resources and exchanging information, ideas and experience with them. The ‘round table societies’ format is a national and mobile discussion platform for dance and performing arts creators and spectators. Regular meetings to discuss creative and structural ideas on the basis of the questions ‘how do you share ideas? How do you share money?’ are intended to promote sustainable empowerment of the dance and performance scene through the development of new approaches for cross-project funding as well as the bundling of energies and resources.