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Date: 8. November 2015 11:00

© TATWERK | PERFORMATIVE FORSCHUNG

Each past moment depends on the present moment.
Jonathan Safran Foer

PROGRAM

Performance

FRIDAY Nov. 6th 2015 | 9 pm

Reciprocal affectation, Andrew Wass und Jenny Döll
Musiktanznulldreissig - 365 days later, Manuela Lucia Tessi, Friederike Wendorf, Gabor Csongradi, Lina Allemano
Leave the keys and go, Gali Kinkulkin
INTIME FREMDE, Chiara Rossini / Welcome Project
Ghost Cello, Stefano Taiuti

SATURDAY Nov. 7th 2015 | 8:30 pm

Sit down beside my imagination, Jasminka Stenz
HD, Emily Ranford
Raben, Roesi
Zug-Zug-Züge, Hikaru Inagawa / 4Rude
Currents, Rachell Clark
Connecting Fingers, Daniela Lucato

SUNDAY Nov. 8th 2015 | 8:30 pm

Es war kein böser, Iphigenia Vogiatzaki und Marina Epp / Butoh Labor Berlin
Meine Gegenwart ist die Vergangenheit eines anderen, Barbara Toraldo and Mauro Marzo / We left the ground
In out & Between / work in progress, Stefania Petracca
BOWO a body without orgasm, LAB EN

Workshops

SATURDAY Nov. 7th 2015

11:00 - 12:00

Sound and Movement for the Mindbody, Jeepneys

12:00 - 13:30

Authentic Improvisation: a great pleasure, Sebastian Luzzi

14:00 - 15:30
Rejoice in the Spirit of Togetherness – a spiritual journey into silence, Tebby W.T. RAMASIKE / TeBogO Dance – TBO

15:30 - 17:00
FREE ASSOCIATION p.s. If I was a poet, Dimitra Thomaidou

17:30 - 19:00

Musiktanznulldreissig workshop for dancers and musicians. Composing while executing, Manuela Lucia Tessi and Friederike Wendorf

SUNDAY Nov. 8th 2015

11:00 - 12:00
Body Activation, Michele Kadison

12:00 - 13:30
Butoh Workshop, Stefano Taiuti

14:00 - 15:30

The availabe body, Naama Ityel

15:30 - 17:00
The alien intruder, Shiran Eliaserov

17:30 - 19:00
Leave the keys and go, Gali Kinkulkin


November 6th - 8th 2015



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Performance

FRIDAY Nov. 6th 2015 | 9 pm

Reciprocal affectation, Andrew Wass und Jenny Döll

Reciprocal affectation is a spontaneously composed duet that investigates issues of power, freedom and responsibility. By focusing their embodied investigation to the location of touch, the dancers discover the compositional limitations in the moment and simultaneously investigate the freedom within those limitations. The intentional use of a minimal aesthetic and raw physicality offers the possibility to layer the own stories, fantasies and fiction onto the dance.

Andrew Wass formalizes the coincidental and emphasizes the consious processes of composition in order to generate a myriad of possibilities. He has taught and performad at universities, festivals and theaters throughout Europe, the United States and Japan.
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Jenny Döll researches Contact Improvisation, Instant Composition and the link between music and dance improvisation. She plays with the medium of movement as a way to alter perception and vice versa. She teaches CI in classes, workshops and at festivals.


Musiktanznulldreissig - 365 days later, Manuela Lucia Tessi, Friederike Wendorf, Gabor Csongradi, Lina Allemano

The material of the piece is composed on the spot, emerging from a sense of urgency, a need for immediacy and directness, yet subtle listening to each other's voices. Each performer is engaged in their own personal research of physicality of sound and movement. In the meeting the five performers are passionately striving to give form to the ever fleeting moment, delving deep into the relationship of dance and music.

MusikTanzNullDreißig is an initiative of flutist Friederike Wendorf and dancer Manuela Tessi. It is a platform aimed at fostering the collaboration of dance and music in performance. It consists of a performance series in various Berlin venues and practice sessions.

Friederike and Manuela met in Amsterdam while working with Katie Duck. Noticing the interest and potential in the local artists community of Berlin, they decided provide a dedicated space where dance and music can mutually inspire each other.
manuelalucia.com/series-amsterdam-and-berlin/musiktanznulldreisig/
www.facebook.com/Musiktanznulldreissig?fref=ts


Leave the keys and go, Gali Kinkulkin

As a based in Berlin artist of mixed Russian-Israeli background, I often deal with questions regarding my identity and the effect it has on my responsibility towards political and social processes around the world. How does my cultural identity influence the way I see and react to the world and when does it translate into action?
By using continuous and exhausting movements which evoke feelings of discomfort, I question how can one use the body, which contains infinitive amount of information, in order to explore the complexity of cultural and self identities. Is there a complex identity, one that allows a neutral and objective view of the world?

Since April of this year Gali is a permanent resident of Lake Studios Berlin- an artist run dance, production and performance place. Gali was born in Jerusalem and studied at the “Vertigo's dancers training program”. After her studies, in collaboration with 2 more Jerusalem based artists they have initiated "Klipot"- an evening for 5 emerging choreographers in Jerusalem. Since 2012 she is choreographing her own works as well as collaborating with other artists. Her works have performed in several festivals and shows in Israel and Europe.

INTIME FREMDE, Chiara Rossini / Welcome Project



When I was a child my mother used to tell me, that I am a citizen of the world. Of course I believed her, she was my mother. But the older I got the more I understood that this is only my mother's dream. Borders exist - for somebody more, for the luckiest less. Their lines and rules sometimes change, but they do exist.



Direction: Chiara Rossini

With: Aurora Kellermann, Chiara Rossini, Lina Zaraket



Chiara Rossini started working as professional actress very young making her apprenticeship in the experimental Teatro del Lemming’s Company. She has been named twice for the Italian Ubu prize as Best actress under 30. During the years she leaded, together with the Company’s director Massimo Munaro, many workshops around Italy and abroad: Biennale of Venice, Universities of Turin and Cosenza, Festivals, etc. She signed the co-direction of the last spectacle of the Lemming’s theater : “Juliet and Romeo. Letters from the liquid world”. She is also working at the publication of the book about Teatro del Lemming’s original theater method “The five senses of the actor”.
intimefremde.wordpress.com/


Ghost Cello, Stefano Taiuti

Born in Rome in 1967, Stefano Taiuti studies mime and fisical theatre before getting in to butoh in 1994.
mainly studies with Masaki Iwana, Akira Kasay, Min Tanaka, Yoko Muronoi amongst many others.
Director of Lios dance collective and "Trasform'Azioni" international butoh dance festival in Rome from 2000 to 2013.
Director of Zeitgeist dance company from 2007 to 2011, prize winning Premio Dante Cappelletti in Rome in 2007,partecipating to italian and international dance festivals.


SATURDAY Nov. 7th 2015 | 8:30 pm

Sit down beside my imagination, Jasminka Stenz

„sit down beside my imagination“ is a dance performance that concentrates on momental happening in its space and architecture. It is a constant composition that researches the intimate moment and wonders about what I can tell and what I should better leave in my bathroom. There might be visuals, sound design, fashion design and other. There might be just me without something else. Maybe not even me. Maybe its all about you anyway.

Jasminka Stenz lebt und arbeitet als freischaffende Tänzerin, Choreografin und Pädagogin in Berlin und der Schweiz. Neben ihren langjährigen Begleitern, der Geige und dem Tango ist Jasminka Stenz Bühnentänzerin, die ihre Ausbildung bei Bewegungsart Freiburg absolvierte. Sie kreiert eigene Tanzstücke und ist als Performerin in verschiedenen Stücken zu sehen, sowohl mit zeitgenössischem Tanz, als auch mit ihrer Musik. Des weiteren ist sie als Regieassistenz bei diversen Produktionen tätig. Jasminka Stenz arbeitet neben der freischaffenden Tätigkeit als Künstlerin temporär als Pädagogin mit autistischen Kindern mit denen sie körper- und tanzorientiert arbeitet. Außerdem leitet sie Kurse in Tanzimprovisation und Tango in Berlin.


HD, Emily Ranford

HD is a multifaceted solo exploring architecture, emotionality and theatricality in relation to choreography and the abstract nature of the body. Traditional and popular aesthetics shape the moving body, treating it sculpturally. Images of theatre, tropical paradise and death treat the body as a sculptural form. Emotionality stored within the body is amplified through holographic fractures of choreogragraphy. Without narrative, specific tasks build tension and drama in the space. Generated through delicate, raw, gestural and practical; interaction lies in the layers.

Emily Ranford is an Australian choreographer and dancer based in Berlin. She has worked on many projects in Melbourne and Sydney. In 2013 Emily received the danceWEB Scholarship for Impuls Tanz in Vienna. With support from the Ian Potter Cultural Trust she relocated to Europe in 2014 and has been performing with artists Julian Weber, Rasmus Olme, Michael Muller, Alexandra Pirici, Rachell Clark and Tarren Johnson. Emily has been invited to share her choreographic work in Melbourne, Berlin and France at Conduit Arts, Ada Studio, 3AM Flutgraben, Plateau Gallery and PAF. Her work investigates the architectural nature of the abstract body, relative to emotionality and transformation.


Zug-Zug-Züge, Hikaru Inagawa / 4Rude

This is a short Butoh piece. The notation is words.The words are visualized, and it is embodied through a dancer. The skin becomes thin and clear. And you can look in the other side of the skin. The man looking pale stands there and holds a glass of milk in the right hand. Milk is stained with some blood. Because the rim of the glass is too sharp and he cannot drink it. In such a strange state, he waits for a train in front of a white building. This is such a story.

Hikaru Inagawa is an actor, butoh dancer, director and set designer.
From 1998 to 2004, he was a member of the Ku Na'uka Theater Company. He studied the traditional Japanese art of acting based on the Suzuki method. In 2005, he co-founded 4RUDE. 4RUDE is a performing arts unit that aims to find alternative ways; acting without words and dance based on inner experience instead of body movements. Since 2011, he receives Butoh lessons from Yukio Waguri. His latest work is "Die Legenden von Tono“.


Raben, Roesi

Raben sind Vögel menschlichen Eigenschaften. Mythologisch treten sie oft als Begleiter, Boten und ambivalente Wesen auf. Sie tragen viele Seelen in sich, sind Grenzgänger zwischen den Welten.
In dieser Performance verirren sich Körper und Klänge in Bilder, Subjekte, Objekte - in zeitlose Momenten der Hoffnung, Erkenntnis und Entfremdung.
Die Körper und Klänge dienen als Projektionsflächen für Assoziationen, Wünsche, Sehnsüchte und Hoffnungen der Zuschauer und laden ein, vermeintliche Abgründe und Stillstände genauerer Betrachtung zu unterziehen. Das Stück Raben hinterfragt binäre Bewertungsmuster und zeigt Bilder von gefangen und festgefahrenen Zuständen und deren Transformation.

Rosalin Hertrich studierte Theater- und Medienwissenschaften in Erlangen, absolvierte die Ausbildung zur Theaterpädagogin und ein Training in Somatic Education (MOC). Sie realisiert in unterschiedlichen Zusammenhängen eigene Solo-, Regie- und Performanceprojekte. Vor allem untersucht sie die soziale Prägung von Körpern und die Dekonstruktion von Habitualisierungen.

Theresa Schrezenmeir studierte in Hildesheim Kulturwissenschaften und ästhetische Praxis. Ihre Projekte verorten sich zwischen Theaterwissenschaften und Soundstudies mit elektronischen und akustischen Klängen unter Thematisierung des Verhältnisses zwischen Körperbildern und Technisierung.

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Currents, Rachell Clark

My artistic research focuses on pop, icons and the imagined. The work I will present at Possible Memories 15 | 2 is a continuation of the research that created ‘By Me Stand’, my work presented in the last festival.
This new solo ‘Currents’ is a section from a larger work titled ‘Kill Your Heros’. The solo brings together different situations that form snapshots into imagined worlds and playfully brings my improvisation practice into a performative setting.

Rachell Bo Clark is a Berlin based Australian dancer, choreographer and dance and yoga teacher. After graduating from The Victorian College of the Arts (Melbourne University) in 2013, she moved to Berlin to further extend her connection with contemporary dance and to interact with a more experimental dance/art environment.
Rachell creates work that investigates our humanity. Her work deals with concepts such as: Iconism, real and fake phenomena, perceptions of reality, and audience/performer relationships. She is passionate about the art of choreography and improvisation.
As a freelance dancer Rachell has worked with artists such as, Alessandro Sciarroni (Ity), Sebastian Matthias (Ger), Becky Hilton (Aus), Neberhat Erpolat (Aus/Berlin), Tarren Johnston (USA/Berlin), Irene Cortina Gonzalez and Co. (Spain/Ger) and works collaboratively with Alice Heyward (Aus) and Emily Ranford (Aus).


Connecting Fingers, Daniela Lucato

Eine Begegnung mit Geflüchteten.Wie wäre es wohl wenn wir einen Tag lang, für eine Stunde, für eine Minute die Dinge aus ihrer Sicht betrachten würden und hören könnten was sie uns mitzuteilen haben?
Während wir versuchen uns in ihre Geschichten einzufühlen, entführen uns Tänzer auf eine weitere Reise.
Eine Begegnung mit Geflüchteten.Wie wäre es wohl wenn wir einen Tag lang, für eine Stunde, für eine Minute die Dinge aus ihrer Sicht betrachten würden und hören könnten was sie uns mitzuteilen haben?
Während wir versuchen uns in ihre Geschichten einzufühlen, entführen uns Tänzer auf eine weitere Reise.

mit: Nicola Campanelli & Liat Benattis.

Daniela Lucato (*1977, in Italien), nahm das Schauspielstudium parallel zu Ihrem Studium in Padua auf. Nach Ihrem Abschluss in Philosophie mit einer anthropologischen Abschlussarbeit zum Thema „Moderner Tanz“ zog es sie von Rom über Wellington nach Berlin. Hier arbeitet sie zur Zeit als Schauspielerin für Filme, Kurzfilme und das Theater.
2013 schrieb sie das auf mehreren Theaterfestivals vertretene Stück „Call me Reality“ bei dem sie auch Regie führte.
„The Birthday“ ist ihr erster Kurzfilm für den Sie sowohl das Drehbuch schrieb als auch Regie in Mandarin und Englisch führte.Gali


SUNDAY Nov. 8th 2015 | 8:30pm


Es war kein böser, Iphigenia Vogiatzaki und Marina Epp / Butoh Labor Berlin

Es war kein böser erzählt von der Dualität des Lebens. In einem Raum ohne Zeit erscheinen zwei Gegensätze. Unsichtbar miteinander verbunden spielen sie den Widerspruch der Einheit.  Das eine kann nicht ohne das andere. Nur gemeinsam sind sie weder gut noch böse.

Es war kein böser tells about the duality of life. In an area without time two opposites appear. Invisible interconnected they play the contradiction of unity. The one can not exist without the other. Only together they are neither good nor evil.

In winter 2012 Marina and Iphigenia met for the first time at “La Maison du Butoh Blanc” in South Normandy in France. Both artists are based in Berlin. Together they are working on various performance projects. Their works are focused on dance, inspired and shaped by Butoh, and the research of expression. 
Both have background in theater and acting. In 2014 they founded Butoh Labor Berlin. Besides their own research they started organizing classes and workshops.
Since March 2015 ButohLaborBerlin has a studio for research and dance, based at Funkhaus Berlin.


Meine Gegenwart ist die Vergangenheit eines anderen, We left the ground

To those whoo can perceive it, the present is created by someone else’s past, whereas sometimes, this someone is your own self. The spaces around and inside become simultaneously old and new, crossing over the dimensions of time. Through instant composition of dance and sound we initiate a memory game. We’ll divide space into places leading us to discoveries of recollections. Once these are exposed their transformation is inevitable, varying intensity of physical, emotional and empathic responses.

We left the ground are the musician Mauro Marzo aka MONOWATT and the dancer Barbara Toraldo. Since their first encounter in 2008 they have created and presented various performances in Italy and Germany. Their approach to composition is strongly influenced by the interaction between each other, the spatial context and the people attending.


In out & Between / work in progress, Stefania Petracca

IN-OUT & BETWEEN is an idea and an investigation of movement linked to spatiality, emotions, events, relationships, music vibrations, where all these elements make the underground-form and the substrat throught that i move the body, in the dance and in the life.
It comes from an idea of what we consider IN and what OUT or BETWEEN.
What is the meaning, in a dialetics reference, of IN?
Does it mean COOL? Or SAFE?
And OUT is its contrary? What is BETWEEN? Does it mean to fluctuate? Or to be indecisive?

Stefania Petracca lives in Berlin since 2013. She studied dance in Italy with different teachers (Dominique Dupuy, Hervè Diasnas, Company Blu, Piera Pavaniello, Axis Syllabus) and she was formed in Contemporay Dance – Teacher and Coreographer where she degreed in 2008 ,at C.I.M.D. of Franca Ferrari (Milan). After different experiences as dancer with companies in Milan and Tuscany, with Theater Maggio Fiorentino and “Las Furas del Baus” and as a teacher of Contemporary dance in Siena, she moved in Berlin and she is working now as free-lancer. She is a member of the impro-tanz group : collective one:third that won the preis at 100°Berlin festival 2015.   


BOWO a body without orgasm, LAB EN

Inspiriert von A.Artaud, Deleuze /Guattarì
''Then you will teach him again to dance wrong side out as in the frenzy of dance halls and this wrong side out will be his real place'' A.A.

Konzept : Enrico L'Abbate
Musik und Komposition: Jd Zazie
Mit: Enrico L'Abbate, Annalisa MarTini
costume/set design in collaboration with Chiara Amaltea Ciarelli
Mit Unterstützung durch das THBM, Firenze Open Art project, ZimmerNull

Enrico Labbate is dancer, performer and choreographer. He studied Architecture, Nikolais Technique and different styles of visual and performing art, working trough intuition and improvisation.He is from Italy, working and studying in Italy and Europe.He creates his first peace 'CONT' in 2012, 'DUO' with Cristina Abati in 2014, BOWO in 2015


Workshops


SATURDAY Nov. 7th 2015

11:00 - 12:00
 Sound and Movement for the Mindbody, Jeepneys

Join Los Angeles-based artist Jeepneys for some gentle movement, healing sound, and simple guides for mind/body wellness. This class includes stretching, vocal exercises, listening, breath work, and other techniques drawing from yoga, qigong, modern dance and more. We will begin with light physicality, followed by a group performance of a „Sonic Meditation“score by Pauline Oliveros, and end with a healing and relaxing sound bath with crystal singing bowls and chimes. Dress warmly with layers and socks.

Jeepneys (Anna Luisa Petrisko) is a Los Angeles-based multimedia artist working primarily in dance, sound, video, and performance. She holds a BA from UCLA and an MFA in Music and Integrated Media from California Institute of the Arts (CalArts). Named after the iconic converted WWII army jeeps of the Philippines, she is of mixed race Filipina and Slovak heritage and her work focuses on the complexities of identity, memory, and language through a decolonizing and critical lens. In her teaching practice, she develops techniques that focus on healing through movement and sound therapy. She is also a yoga and fitness teacher as well as a trained dancer and considers her teaching practice as an extension of her art. Jeepneys' work is a practice of magic and intuition, as well as an exploration of the mind/body connection. She has performed, screened, and taught all over the U.S. and Europe and is very happy to be teaching in Berlin for the first time in partnership with Tatwerk.

12:00 - 13:30
 Authentic Improvisation: a great pleasure, Sebastian Luzzi

The workshop is based in improvisation exercises to develop our own authentic improvisational skills. We will start from “the inside”, connecting with ourselves, sensing our bodies, physical and emotional awareness. We will excercise different ways of grupal communication in order to break “normal patterns”, loosing our bodies, playing and exploring a range of possibilities. Once we are present in our bodies we can more easily go to the “outside”, developing a better interaction with what is around us, a better connection and clearer communication with other improvisers or the audience

Sebastian is a mulitidisciplinary artist and performer in the fields of dance, improvisation, performance, visual arts and music. He has completed 3 years program in Expresion Corporal (Body Expression) at Instituto Universitario Nacional de Arte, Buenos Aires and a Dance Intensive training at Tanzfabrik, Berlin. Has attended several improvisation related workshops, and has an ongoing practice and involvement in Contact Improvisation dance. As a bodyworker, he is also qualified as Massage and Reiki therapist.


14:00 - 15:30
 Rejoice in the Spirit of Togetherness – a spiritual journey into silence, Tebby W.T. RAMASIKE / TeBogO Dance – TBO

South African choreographer, dancer & teacher. Worked with internationally acclaimed choreographers & teachers. Founded TeBogO Dance – TBO. Member of International Dance Council. First recipient of Michel Tesson Performing Arts Trust's International Choreography Bursary & of the Creative Arts Foundation. Nominated & won prestigious dance & choreography awards. Holds a Master of Choreography. Co-authored Inventing Futures published by ArtEZ Press. Currently is working on a collaborative project.


15:30 - 17:00 
FREE ASSOCIATION p.s. If I was a poet, Dimitra Thomaidou

„On a beautiful Day, any given song may be heard, and Nature, from where it comes, will welcome it again.“ Friedrich Hölderlin
The spirit of a poet. A poet as the very subject of a delirium stemming from the discordance between reality and language. A poet that keeps keep thinking of something different every time. There exists no poet that is not a rebel.
This workshop proposes going through the closet of the subconscious where feelings are in deep-storage and explores the limits of on-stage improvisation via a free „train of thought“.
If I was a poet aims at generating a differen „on-stage-poem“ each time that addresses our sentimental, and not our cognitive, core.

Dimitra Thomaidou was bor in Serres, Greece. She studied Theater and Philosophy at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, at Ioannina University and at Dilos Drama School Academy. Throughout her studies and afterwards she has worked as a performer, actress and director in state theaters as well as in independent contexts with various directors and ensembles. Additionally, she was invited to attend research laboratories in Greece and France on physical theater and „psychosomatic actions“ on stage. Since 2015 she is co-founder of „apakslab“, a work meeting point for stage performers, where she develops her research and teaching approach in performing. She likes to explore human nature, to question and challenge herself, to share new ideas and experiment with artists. Since 2013 she lives and work in Berlin.
www.dimitrathomaidou.com


17:30 - 19:00
 Musiktanznulldreissig workshop for dancers and musicians. Composing while executing, Manuela Lucia Tessi and Friederike Wendorf

In this workshop Friederike and Manuela will propose the group of dance and music participants a selection of tasks they have been developing in their practice sessions throughout this year.
They will practice how to make instantly composed pieces, how to keep tension in the room while being in a relaxed state that allows creativity to flow.
In their work is that dancers and musicians are addressed in the same way, considering everyone part of the same “band” in which they all “play”.

MusikTanzNullDreißig is an initiative of flutist Friederike Wendorf and dancer Manuela Tessi. It is a platform aimed at fostering the collaboration of dance and music in performance. It consists of a performance series in various Berlin venues and practice sessions.
Friederike and Manuela met in Amsterdam while working with Katie Duck. Noticing the interest and potential in the local artists community of Berlin, they decided provide a dedicated space where dance and music can mutually inspire each other.

manuelalucia.com/series-amsterdam-and-berlin/musiktanznulldreisig/
www.facebook.com/Musiktanznulldreissig?fref=ts


SUNDAY Nov. 8th 2015

11:00 - 12:00
 Body Activation, Michele Kadison

Body Activation, created by dance professional Michele Kadison, is a new fitness program designed to heal and strengthen the body, reduce tension, and create more inner space to support a greater range of movement. Body Activation helps you to develop healthier physical habits through exercises that yield deep and immediate results. This initial workshop is to introduce students to the principals of Body Activation. We will work on basic and advanced exercises, how to avoid injury, and how to find greater performing dynamics.

Michele Kadison has been a long-time Contemporary Jazz teacher at STEPS Studio and Broadway Dance Center in New York, as well as many studios and universities throughout the United States, Europe, Japan, and South America. Throughout her over 35-year career, she has performed, choreographed, and directed for television, film, and stage, along with coaching professional dancers, singers, and actors to help them hone their performing skills. In 2012 she was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award from IMPAC in the US. She is now giving classes and workshops in Body Activation, based on her renowned dance warmup.


12:00 - 13:30 
Butoh Workshop, Stefano Taiuti

What is to dance?
 Can we define dance as a body status?
What are the limits of the body?
 What is the role of imagination in dance?
 How much else can my body be then just myself?
 How can I access my internal body?
 Can we alter reality just by our presence?
 How much of the environment we include in our dance? How body and mind influence each other?
 What is a spirit?

Born in Rome in 1967, Stefano Taiuti studies mime and physical theatre before getting in to butoh in 1994. mainly studies with Masaki Iwana, Akira Kasay, Min Tanaka, Yoko Muronoi amongst many others. Director of Lios dance collective and "Trasform'Azioni" international butoh dance festival in Rome from 2000 to 2013. Director of Zeitgeist dance company from 2007 to 2011, prize winning Premio Dante Cappelletti in Rome in 2007,partecipating to italian and international dance festivals.


14:00 - 15:30
 The availabe body, Naama Ityel

I relate to the dancing body as a whole complex system that constructed from physical body, emotions, sensations, memories, personal history, thoughts and knowledge. The workshop facilitates a process of unlocking and expanding the range of possibilities of expression that are in our physical and mental body. We will work to improve the availability in the body, increasing the level off attention to our body and mind and increasing the appetite for movement.

Naama Ityel graduated at “Mate Asher dance academy“ in Israel and SEAD (Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance). Since 2011 based in Berlin and working as a Choreographer, Dancer, Dance and Yoga teacher. Currently studying to become a Feldenkrais practitioner. Danced for Emanuel Gat , Colette Sadler, Dana Ruttenberg, Shai Faran, LaborGras and created pieces in Israel and Europe. Taught dance in: SEAD, Tanz-Fabrik, Mimezentrum, Beuthhochschule, HTW and in different Festivals.


15:30 - 17:00 
The alien intruder, Shiran Eliaserov

The workshop is inspired by the creation of my solo performance: Configuration of a broken figure. There I explored the range between authentic and artificial ways I can produce or perceive reality.
In my work, I do not approach the voice as an organic part of my human body, instead I relate to it as coming from somewhere alien, going through me and shaping my physicality in motion. The vibration of the sound transforms the energetic constitution of my body and in this unknown and uncontrolled situation I can travel through different realities and spaces.
I invite you to take a part to a small journey.

Shiran Eliaserov is a Berlin based performer, choreographer and video artist. After graduating from Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance, she became a member of the international collective "MakeSpeak" and has worked with choreographers Christoph Winkler, Modjgan Hashemian, and Saliq Francis Savage. Shiran has initiated the platform "construction site", and has a part in a collective with Johan Planefeldt and Andreas Demmel were she collaborate on a feature film to be premiered in 2016.

17:30 - 19:00
 Leave the keys and go, Gali Kinkulkin

This workshop, based on my solo piece “Leave the keys and go”, seeks the honesty and the courage to distinguish between personal and universal, between awareness and numbness and between right and wrong. I am interested in physical journeys which examine our share of awareness and responsibility. In this workshop we will use continues movements which exhaust the body such as spinning, turning, rolling and running. By focusing on continues physical tasks that "limit" the body, I deal with and explore the qualities that are being awaked by it. This exploration of physical obstacles helps brake patterns and reach a neutral state that evokes personal and universal stories.

Since April of this year Gali is a permanent resident of Lake Studios Berlin- an artist run dance, production and performance place. Gali was born in Jerusalem and studied at the “Vertigo's dancers training program”. After her studies, in collaboration with 2 more Jerusalem based artists they have initiated "Klipot"- an evening for 5 emerging choreographers in Jerusalem. Since 2012 she is choreographing her own works as well as collaborating with other artists. Her works have performed in several festivals and shows in Israel and Europe. Her dance research is being influenced by improvisation, contact improvisation and the Axis-Syllabus method.

 

 

All Dates


  • 6. November 2015 21:00
  • 7. November 2015 11:00
  • 8. November 2015 11:00

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