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Spaghetti

  • Tiziana Longo (Motimaru)
  • November 23rd - 24th 2019
  • TATWERK | Berlin

moti - movements of the origin. maru - ship travelling in metamorphose between truth and fantasy, life and death.

Photo of a white-clad performer wearing sunglasses in the black stage space illuminating herself with a flashlight, sitting against the back wall in the center of the image. © yozyphotography

Motimaru is a medium to reveal the inner story of the body and mind.
Motimaru is a travelling ship connecting cultures and countries.
Motimaru is a spaceship that travel from the earth.

Daily reality converted into surreal dimension becomes a dream where the human emotions melt into each other until the Zero root. There the transformation progresses and becomes change, innovation, absurdity in its full creative power. The future succulent sauce to be tasted.
Buon Appetito! 

Dates

Premiere:
November 23rd  2019
8:30 pm
TATWERK | Berlin

Further shows:
November 24th 2019
8:30 pm
TATWERK | Berlin

Credits

Concept, Choreography and dance: Tiziana Longo (Motimaru)
Music composition: Ilya Gertman

Biography

Motimaru is a dance company founded in Tokyo by Motoya Kondo and Tiziana Longo. After they trained for 5 years at the Kazuo Ohno Dance Studio, studying and working as dancers and stage assistants of Yoshito Ohno – a son of Kazuo Ohno, they left Japan and have started fieldwork research about traditional and ritual dances in Japan, India, Bali, and Tibetan area in Nepal.
Motimaru define dance as a way to experience deeper reality of our existence and are experimenting to create a new authentic dance method beyond any genre.
They have been performing in: the finale of the Marathon of the Unexpected at Venezia Biennale 2010, 9th International Choreography Competition "No Ballet”, International Dance Festival Lucky Trimmer2016, etc. and have been performing and teaching in Europe, Asia, Australia in over 30 cities.
www.motimarubutohdance.com