1000 THINGS | Im Rahmen von "Unfinished Fridays"

Robert Wechsler & Guests 

 

 


19 Jul 2019 | 20 Uhr

LAKE STUDIOS BERLIN - Friedrichshagen 


1000 Things is a collection of everyday human artifacts:

 

1000 steps

1000 gestures

1000 breaths

1000 touches ....

 

These are among the simplest, most ordinary and inevitable aspects of life. The piece is a study in human behavior, not for our intentions or desires, but rather for the acts themselves. Eight highly-trained dancers re-create the patterns we know from everyday life, in tessellations through time and space. It is a choreography that is both familiar, and utterly bizarre.

 

Choreography: Robert Wechsler

With: Vanessa Cokaric | Aika Tadeshi | Tayler Drury | Camille Jackson | Hannah Levine | Po-Nien Wang | Sarah  Stanley |

Taka Tadeshi | Tiziano Portas.

 

Palindrome Dance Company was founded in New York City in the 1980's. They moved to Germany in the 90's, first Nürnberg, then Weimar and finally Berlin. Founder and artistic director Robert Wechsler applies his fascination for science and technology to the art of dance. Palindrome is a pioneer in the use of computers and interactive technology with dance, creating dance pieces and operas which have earned critical acclaim on both sides of the Atlantic, winning first prize at the Berlin Transmediale (Best Interactive Art), first prize at CynetArt Dresden and, most recently, a special recognition award from the Margaret Guthman Musical Instrument Competition at Georgia Tech University. Since 2012, they have focused on inclusive musical expression devices for persons of other abilities, under the banner MotionComposer. Meanwhile, a new ensemble formed in Berlin -- working towards the full-evening 1000Things.

 

1000 Things | Trailervimeo.com/335811818

 

Foto: Ekmel Ertan

Eintritt    5 - 10 € ( Sliding Scale ) 

Tickets    an der Abendkasse | Reservierung via E-Mail: lakestudiosberlin@gmail.com

 

Lake Studios Berlin | Scharnweberstrasse 27 | 12587 Berlin – Friedrichshagen

 

 

Mit freundlicher Unterstützung durch das Theaterhaus Berlin Mitte

 

 

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