Nobody Time – Past Time
The Tanzfabrik opens creative spaces
Simultaneously, two performances address the creative powers of memory with the July edition of the platform Open Spaces at Tanzfabrik Berlin.
The "artistwin” deufert&plischke hired young HZT art grads as coaches for the revised version of their university final projects from 1998. The result: an inspiring new reading called "Niemandszeit” ("Nobody Time”) which analyzes the transition zone from being a student to being a professional. Christina Ciupke and Igor Dobricic are also navigating between past and current motives of dance work and create new choreographic material out of it. The artistic collaboration between the choreographer and the dramaturg started in 2013 and has the goal of sketching out performative ideas or situations. Meanwhile, Jess Curtis and Claire Cunningham as well as the Dance Intensive Collective are presenting showings on the perception of self and others by human and/or non-human bodies. Additional program items of interest: A comparison between dance and musical approaches to work by Rosalind Crips and Bo Wiget, as well as the continuation of Julian Weber’s cross-generational and cross-genre improv series, Fightclub. (cm)
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