Saša Asentić

Dis_Sylphide, a dance piece on disability and dance history in Germany
  • 17.00 - 18.30 h
  • Utopia
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“DIS_SYLPHIDE” acts like an intervention in the history of dance, confronting it with questions on normativity and authenticity of bodies in dance from the point of view of mentally and physically disabled people. For the first time, choreographer and cultural activist Saša Asentić is combining his choreographic practice and his work with people with disabilities.

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LaMacana - Caterina Varela, Alexis Fernández, Samir Akika

Pink Unicorns
  • 17.00 - 18.20 h
  • Muffathalle
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Experience encounters youthful exuberance. Assumed serenity is questioned with curiosity. The collaborative work of the artist collective La Macana (Caterina Varela and Alexis Fernández) with the choreographer Samir Akika, resident choreographer at Theater Bremen, deals with the not always uncomplicated relationship between the generations.

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Isabelle Schad

Reflection
  • 20.00 - 21.30 h
  • Kammer 1
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Bodies that are made up of many fall to pieces, break down into their individual parts and push themselves back together again. With “Reflection”, Berlin-based choreographer Isabelle Schad concludes her five-year choreographic project on collective bodies.

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Cocoon Dance

VIS MOTRIX
  • 22.00 - 22.40 h
  • Kammer 2
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What is the driving force behind a hybrid organism of man and machine? “VIS MOTRIX” (Latin: the moving force), created by the Bonn-based company Cocoon Dance is the second part of a trilogy on the “unthought” body.

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Ginevra Panzetti, Enrico Ticconi

HARLEKING
  • 22.15 - 22.55 h
  • Schwere Reiter
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Ginevra Panzetti and Enrico Ticconi have been working as a duo in Berlin since 2008. In their work they combine dance, performance and visual arts. Their main focus is on the historical connection between communication, violence and power and they create hybrid characters and images that are situated somewhere between (theater) history and contemporaneity.

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Joana Tischkau

PLAYBLACK
  • 22.00 - 23.00 h
  • HochX
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The choreographer and dancer Joana Tischkau exposes the white (German) desire for black impersonation and takes the viewer on a journey into the conceptions, memories and projections of Afro-American and Afro-German cultural production.

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Saša Asentić

Dis_Sylphide, a dance piece on disability and dance history in Germany
  • 14.30 - 16.00 h
  • Utopia
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“DIS_SYLPHIDE” acts like an intervention in the history of dance, confronting it with questions on normativity and authenticity of bodies in dance from the point of view of mentally and physically disabled people. For the first time, choreographer and cultural activist Saša Asentić is combining his choreographic practice and his work with people with disabilities.

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LaMacana - Caterina Varela, Alexis Fernández, Samir Akika

Pink Unicorns
  • 15.00 - 16.20 h
  • Muffathalle
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Experience encounters youthful exuberance. Assumed serenity is questioned with curiosity. The collaborative work of the artist collective La Macana (Caterina Varela and Alexis Fernández) with the choreographer Samir Akika, resident choreographer at Theater Bremen, deals with the not always uncomplicated relationship between the generations.

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Cocoon Dance

VIS MOTRIX
  • 17.15 - 17.55 h
  • Kammer 2
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What is the driving force behind a hybrid organism of man and machine? “VIS MOTRIX” (Latin: the moving force), created by the Bonn-based company Cocoon Dance is the second part of a trilogy on the “unthought” body.

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Ginevra Panzetti, Enrico Ticconi

HARLEKING
  • 17.15 - 17.55 h
  • Schwere Reiter
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Ginevra Panzetti and Enrico Ticconi have been working as a duo in Berlin since 2008. In their work they combine dance, performance and visual arts. Their main focus is on the historical connection between communication, violence and power and they create hybrid characters and images that are situated somewhere between (theater) history and contemporaneity.

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Theater Bremen, Unusual Symptoms, Adrienn Hód – Hodworks

COEXIST
  • 20.00 - 21.30 h
  • Carl-Orff-Saal
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“COEXIST”, created by the Ensemble Unusual Symptoms of Theater Bremen, discloses an equally insidious and merciless view on the political and social definitions in which our bodies move and by which they are shaped and influenced.

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Ginevra Panzetti, Enrico Ticconi

HARLEKING
  • 22.15 - 22.55 h
  • Schwere Reiter
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Ginevra Panzetti and Enrico Ticconi have been working as a duo in Berlin since 2008. In their work they combine dance, performance and visual arts. Their main focus is on the historical connection between communication, violence and power and they create hybrid characters and images that are situated somewhere between (theater) history and contemporaneity.

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Joana Tischkau

PLAYBLACK
  • 22.00 - 23.00 h
  • HochX
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The choreographer and dancer Joana Tischkau exposes the white (German) desire for black impersonation and takes the viewer on a journey into the conceptions, memories and projections of Afro-American and Afro-German cultural production.

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Jule Flierl

Störlaut
  • 22.15 - 23.15 h
  • MUCCA
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The Berlin-based choreographer and dancer Jule Flierl created “Störlaut”, a futuristic speculative re-interpretation of the sound dances coined by grotesque dancer Valeska Gert in the 1920s. What has the use of voice changed in the representation and perception of dancers' bodies?

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Reut Shemesh

ATARA – for you, who has not found yet the one
  • 15.00 - 16.00 h
  • Utopia
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In "ATARA", the Cologne-based choreographer Reut Shemesh, who is originally from Tel Aviv, focuses on the worldviews of women who live according to the requirements of the Jewish Orthodox faith and those who are guided by secular values.

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Jule Flierl

Störlaut
  • 15.00 - 16.00 h
  • MUCCA
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The Berlin-based choreographer and dancer Jule Flierl created “Störlaut”, a futuristic speculative re-interpretation of the sound dances coined by grotesque dancer Valeska Gert in the 1920s. What has the use of voice changed in the representation and perception of dancers' bodies?

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Joana Tischkau

PLAYBLACK
  • 17.15 - 18.15 h
  • HochX
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The choreographer and dancer Joana Tischkau exposes the white (German) desire for black impersonation and takes the viewer on a journey into the conceptions, memories and projections of Afro-American and Afro-German cultural production.

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Kat Válastur / HAU

Rasp Your Soul
  • 17.15 - 18.15 h
  • Kammer 2
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How can dance capture something that is constantly shifting? This solo was created by choreographer and dancer Kat Válastur in collaboration with performer Enrico Ticconi and visual artist Leon Eixenberger. They developed an abstract environment in which a figure can be found which is transforming constantly.

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Gintersdorfer/Klaßen

Kabuki Noir
  • 20.00 - 21.30 h
  • Kammer 1
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In “Kabuki Noir”, the traditional dramatic codes of the Japanese dance-drama kabuki are set against the codes of the Ivorian Coupé Décalé and post-modern dance and transformed into a new hybrid stage ritual.

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Moritz Ostruschnjak

Unstern
  • 22.15 - 23.15 h
  • Muffathalle
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In kaleidoscopic scenes, “Unstern” illuminates the very moment before catastrophe strikes; it is a blend of violence, nationalist propaganda, incipient battle cries, machismo and insecurity. In a wide, empty space, Munich-based choreographer and dancer Moritz Ostruschnjak evokes a dismal and threatening atmosphere.

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Sheena McGrandles

Figured
  • 22.15 - 22.50 h
  • Schwere Reiter
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“FIGURED” by Berlin choreographer Sheena McGrandles is a constant interruption of moving bodies. In continuous new versions, previously performed movements generate multiple narratives and create illogical relations.

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Kat Válastur / HAU

Rasp Your Soul
  • 15.00 - 16.00 h
  • Kammer 2
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How can dance capture something that is constantly shifting? This solo was created by choreographer and dancer Kat Válastur in collaboration with performer Enrico Ticconi and visual artist Leon Eixenberger. They developed an abstract environment in which a figure can be found which is transforming constantly.

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Sheena McGrandles

Figured
  • 15.00 - 15.35 h
  • Schwere Reiter
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“FIGURED” by Berlin choreographer Sheena McGrandles is a constant interruption of moving bodies. In continuous new versions, previously performed movements generate multiple narratives and create illogical relations.

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Jule Flierl

Störlaut
  • 15.00 - 16.00 h
  • MUCCA
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The Berlin-based choreographer and dancer Jule Flierl created “Störlaut”, a futuristic speculative re-interpretation of the sound dances coined by grotesque dancer Valeska Gert in the 1920s. What has the use of voice changed in the representation and perception of dancers' bodies?

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Moritz Ostruschnjak

Unstern
  • 17.00 - 18.00 h
  • Muffathalle
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In kaleidoscopic scenes, “Unstern” illuminates the very moment before catastrophe strikes; it is a blend of violence, nationalist propaganda, incipient battle cries, machismo and insecurity. In a wide, empty space, Munich-based choreographer and dancer Moritz Ostruschnjak evokes a dismal and threatening atmosphere.

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Joana Tischkau

PLAYBLACK
  • 17.00 - 18.00 h
  • HochX
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The choreographer and dancer Joana Tischkau exposes the white (German) desire for black impersonation and takes the viewer on a journey into the conceptions, memories and projections of Afro-American and Afro-German cultural production.

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Simone Aughterlony, Petra Hrašćanec, Saša Božić

Compass
  • 17.00 - 18.00 h
  • Kammer 3
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“Compass” is formulated as a dance and theater response to the ancient Greek epic poem “Odyssey” by Homer and to Hungarian Ágota Kristóf’s trilogy of novels. It has been developed within the two years research project “Twins”, bringing together Simone Aughterlony, a Berlin and Zürich based choreographer and performer, the Croatian dancer and choreographer Petra Hraščanec, and the Croatian dramaturg Saša Božić.

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tanzmainz - Sharon Eyal

Soul Chain
  • 20.30 - 21.20 h
  • Residenztheater
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The Israeli choreographer Sharon Eyal and her partner Gai Behar have created “Soul Chain”, a sophisticated commissioned piece full of energy for the tanzmainz ensemble. Inspired by the strong emotions surrounding love, “Soul Chain” combines elements of ballet and electro, turning it into an exciting contemporary dance piece.

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Reut Shemesh

ATARA – for you, who has not found yet the one
  • 22.00 - 23.00 h
  • Utopia
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In her work "ATARA", the Cologne-based choreographer Reut Shemesh, who is originally from Tel Aviv,  focuses on the worldviews of women who live according to the requirements of the Jewish Orthodox faith and those who are guided by secular values.

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Sheena McGrandles

Figured
  • 22.15 - 22.50 h
  • Schwere Reiter
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“FIGURED” by Berlin choreographer Sheena McGrandles is a constant interruption of moving bodies. In continuous new versions, previously performed movements generate multiple narratives and create illogical relations.

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Simone Aughterlony, Petra Hrašćanec, Saša Božić

Compass
  • 22.00 - 23.00 h
  • Kammer 3
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“Compass” is formulated as a dance and theater response to the ancient Greek epic poem “Odyssey” by Homer and to Hungarian Ágota Kristóf’s trilogy of novels. It has been developed within the two years research project “Twins”, bringing together Simone Aughterlony, a Berlin and Zürich based choreographer and performer, the Croatian dancer and choreographer Petra Hraščanec, and the Croatian dramaturg Saša Božić.

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Jule Flierl

Störlaut
  • 13.30 - 14.30 h
  • MUCCA
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The Berlin-based choreographer and dancer Jule Flierl created “Störlaut”, a futuristic speculative re-interpretation of the sound dances coined by grotesque dancer Valeska Gert in the 1920s. What has the use of voice changed in the representation and perception of dancers' bodies?

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Simone Aughterlony, Petra Hrašćanec, Saša Božić

Compass
  • 13.30 - 14.30 h
  • Kammer 3
Tickets

“Compass” is formulated as a dance and theater response to the ancient Greek epic poem “Odyssey” by Homer and to Hungarian Ágota Kristóf’s trilogy of novels. It has been developed within the two years research project “Twins”, bringing together Simone Aughterlony, a Berlin and Zürich based choreographer and performer, the Croatian dancer and choreographer Petra Hraščanec, and the Croatian dramaturg Saša Božić.

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Sheena McGrandles

Figured
  • 15.00 - 15.35 h
  • Schwere Reiter
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“FIGURED” by Berlin choreographer Sheena McGrandles is a constant interruption of moving bodies. In continuous new versions, previously performed movements generate multiple narratives and create illogical relations.

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