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Performance Party
WE ARE ALL UNICORNS
5 Jahre TATWERK
6. Dezember 2019 | ab 18 Uhr
Eintritt frei


Event
FÜR EINE GESELLSCHAFT, IN DER DAS NICHT-KLARKOMMEN GEFEIERT WIRD
Malte Schlösser, Thomas Giger, Christoph M Hamann
12. - 13. Dezember 2019



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Die Berliner Erklärung der Vielen


Performance
black box - The black tulips of your cosmic womb, that you know nothing about
Sharing & Q&A
Amelia Emma Forrest, Evelijn Forrest
14. Dezember 2019 | 20:30


im TATWERK proben!
Ab 5€ / Std.


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



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Die Berliner Erklärung der Vielen


BERLIN braucht KUNST braucht RAUM
Raumkampagne der Koalition der freien Szene

Nobuyoshi Asai

nobuyoshi
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NOBUYOSHI ASAI started practicing street dance at his young age in Japan and at an international level. Wishing to search deeper into dance that expresses collective human issues, he joined for a year the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre in New York. Back in Japan, he created his own company, Sudbury306, where young artists joined their creative researches giving international performances. In order to go deeper into movement demanding a complex and profound interior approach, he joined the Japanese butoh company Dairakudakan on 2005, before becoming permanent dancer at the butoh company Sankai Juku with whom he gave performances all over the world. In parallel, on 2011, the Pola Art Foundation provided him grants to pursue his choreographic and artistic researches in Berlin, so as to weave links between japanese cultural background and occidental contemporary creative movements. He also spent a year in Tel Aviv, attached at the Batsheva Company and collaborating with the alternative artistic environment of Clipa Theater. Striving to embrace a freelance career - in ordrer to explore further more dance, choreography but also collaborations/creations on photography and plastic arts.

www.nobuyoshiasai.com

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