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Premiere
MISSING MS N.N.
TsaDiEli
Premiere: Freitag, den 15. November 2019 | 20:30 Uhr
Weitere Vorstellung: 16. November 2019 | 20:30


Workshop
THE SENSES OF BUTOH
Tchivett
16. - 17. November 2019 | 10 - 17 Uhr


Kooperation / in Produktion
ANGST VOR DER ANGST
Welcome Project - the Foreigner's Theatre
Berliner Premiere: Freitag, den 8. November 2019 | Ackerstadtpalast
Weitere Vorstellungen: 9. und 10. November


Performance
SPAGHETTI
Motimaru
23. und 24. November 2019 | 20:30 Uhr


im TATWERK proben!
Ab 5€ / Std.


Performance
I PUT A SPELL ON YOU, DESCARTES, BECAUSE YOU MESSED UP MY LIFE ONCE
Ein anatomisches Theater in drei Akten (in English)
Vera Piechulla
30. November 2019 | 20:30 Uhr


Kooperation/Auf Tour
MÄDCHENORCHESTER
spreeagenten
14.November 2019 | 19 Uhr
Oświęcim / Auschwitz



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Saverio Tonoli Adamo

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Saverio Tonoli Adamo studied fine arts at Brera Academy in Milan. He is a painter and a photographer. His work covers a wide range of water-based techniques: darkroom processes and paintings with different liquids and acids, ink and watercolors, plaster mosaic and fresco, painted digital images.
Subject to matter - Butoh studies is an ongoing and evolving photographic project that began in 2012, experimenting with performative images in collaboration with japanese masters and members of the young scene of the Butoh dance and performance scene. The project deals with the behavior of the camera itself while shooting, which can be freed from its forced stillness, its supports and additional equipment reducing the camera to few essential elements and with the possibilities of digital painting and images manipulation, which liberate the images from mimesis misunderstandings and photographic illusions of reality. Subject to matter - Butoh studies will be a book of a dissolved photography, recollecting images of pieces of formless bodies in relationship with the surrounding space.

www.cargocollective.com/stadamo