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Season 2022/23

Der Reigen. Ein überaus schönes Lied vom Tod

Der Reigen. Ein überaus schönes Lied vom Tod

Date: 03.02.2023

Location: Imaginale 2023, Stuttgart 

I am not in a Room

Bees with ordained fuzz - a fly whose buzzing is the last thing the poet hears before her own death - the stirring crickets performing their druidic spectral hymn in late August - and, in all the poems, a multitude of dashes that open up spaces, hint at the unsaid and activate the play of the reader's imagination: These are entries into the poetic work of Emily Dickinson.

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Date: 23th,24th,25th Febuary 2023/ 17th June 2023

Location: Westflügel, Lepzig

I am not in a Room

Bees with ordained fuzz - a fly whose buzzing is the last thing the poet hears before her own death - the stirring crickets performing their druidic spectral hymn in late August - and, in all the poems, a multitude of dashes that open up spaces, hint at the unsaid and activate the play of the reader's imagination: These are entries into the poetic work of Emily Dickinson.

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Date: 5./6. Nov 2022

Location: Kulturareal „Unterm Turm“, Stuttgart

Group Piece #1:
reenactment

This reenactment work is based on "Group Piece #1" which was created within the framework of "ARTIL Project 2019" and performed in several cities from Ukraine, Austria and Poland. The piece is inspired by the second act of "Giselle", specifically in the characters of the Wilis: spirits of young women who have died from heartbreak. Although the concept of beauty and the idea of perfection in relation to the aesthetics of classical ballet have changed throughout history, still today the image of female dancer responds to “the embodiment of the fashionable body, slimming down or adding flesh as this ideal changes […]” (Garafola, 1997). Considering the theatrical stage as a powerful instrument for ideological dissemination, Group Piece #1: Reenactment presents and discusses aspects such as the idea of beauty as an aesthetic canon in dance and the stigma towards the female body and what is expected of a female dancer.

Date: 15.Oct 2022

Location: Westflügel Leipzig

Group Piece #1:
reenactment

This reenactment work is based on "Group Piece #1" which was created within the framework of "ARTIL Project 2019" and performed in several cities from Ukraine, Austria and Poland. The piece is inspired by the second act of "Giselle", specifically in the characters of the Wilis: spirits of young women who have died from heartbreak. Although the concept of beauty and the idea of perfection in relation to the aesthetics of classical ballet have changed throughout history, still today the image of female dancer responds to “the embodiment of the fashionable body, slimming down or adding flesh as this ideal changes […]” (Garafola, 1997). Considering the theatrical stage as a powerful instrument for ideological dissemination, Group Piece #1: Reenactment presents and discusses aspects such as the idea of beauty as an aesthetic canon in dance and the stigma towards the female body and what is expected of a female dancer.

Date: 13.Oct 2022

Location: Grüner Anker, Linz

I am not in a Room

Bees with ordained fuzz - a fly whose buzzing is the last thing the poet hears before her own death - the stirring crickets performing their druidic spectral hymn in late August - and, in all the poems, a multitude of dashes that open up spaces, hint at the unsaid and activate the play of the reader's imagination: These are entries into the poetic work of Emily Dickinson.

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Date: 02./03./04./08./.09.& 10. Sep 2022

Location: Westflügel Leipzig

The spotlight of the festival, which is being held for the first time at the Anton Bruckner Private University, is on dancers from an international dance community and their current artistic research projects. Classical discourse and performance formats will be expanded by lecture performances and ateliers that reveal and discuss the theoretical foundations of dance practices. Contemporary dance proves to be a multiply networked, "nomadic" milieu that is paradigmatic for contemporary artistic creation in its historically founded but underestimated internationality.

Date: 25.-28.Oct 2022 

Location: Anton Bruckner Private University, Linz

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