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GIRO

Giro narrates the trajectory without showing us the destiny – the camera follows the movements as such creates its narrative – the character hides behind the camera and reveals that feelings don’t want to be shown – Perhaps the film tells a story of loss or recovery even – but the capturing movements confuses perspectives …

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Danse Macabre & The Burning of the Bugs

Inspired by the queerness of the insect world, Danse Macabre and the Burning of the Bugs is an absurd tragic-comic response to the horror of the bug Apocalypse. Danse Macabre and the Burning of the Bugs is a tragic-comic response to the current species extinction in the insect world, the horror of the silent Bug …

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BUTCHING COWBOYS

photo: Anna Spindelndreier Anajara Amarante: BUTCHING COWBOYS Flamboyant and butch queen, crip and queer: Butching Cowboys celebrates a new body norm. Anajara Amarante takes the audience into their queer version of South American surrealism and creates entire dance landscapes out of it. On stage, the performers free themselves from everything that makes them feel out …

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LAVA

LAVA starts where the crack opens wide, to drip drops of a liquid future. Reminding us of the forces of nature and its inherent movements of transformation. The real witches of daily life, besides fighting for their existence, are taking care of a large number of people. So does Earth to us. The feminine has …

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SALTO

SALTO is a shimmering slow-motion 10-min-rollercoaster of frictions between rocks, skin, saltwater, wind, feathers, fur, moss and concrete. A single panning movement of the camera circumscribes the dramatically contrasting landscapes of Madeira Island, Portugal. When a human body emerges from the ground in a single dance move, time is removed for a moment before everything …

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AJIMA

AJIMA

The performance AJIMA stages a character that oscillates between real and fake, private and public, quotidien and theatrical. Throughout the piece, the ambiguity of our wavering identities and roles, our assumptions on others in social interactions become a life exhibition, are cast a spotlight on, and are processed in a collective ritual. The self-referential character …

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X Fastidiosa

a short film by by Tizo All & Marc Philipp Gabriel In the pandemic-stricken olive groves of Puglia, Southern Italy, two human bodies emerge from the trees for a dance of death. The film is an artistic response to the rapid spread of the xylella fastidiosa bacteria in Southern Italy as a result of lacking …

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Drag in Japan – AJIMA

Shot at locations in Japan, April 2019 CONCEPT Marc Philipp Gabriel & Maija KarhunenPERFORMANCE AJIMAMAKE-UP Marc Philipp Gabriel COSTUMES Maija KarhunenPHOTOGRAPHY Marc Philipp Gabriel “Drag in Japan – AJIMA” is a performative photo project that extends the notion of drag from gender performance on stage to identity performance in public. It is the second series …

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WHERE WE ARE NOW

Lilo & Marc keep on living an everyday passive activism: a being together that regards mutual responsibility and care as radically indispensable. Since some years we have found a performativity in our dance practice that lies between intimacy, distance, closeness, anaesthesia of the sexual body, humor, frustration, excitement and boredom that has gained a new …

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A.I.R _ Absolut in Ruhe

by Tizo All “My artistic practice is a place of encounter and collision between the individual and the collective. My awareness is where the intangible is present. The senses are awakened and a process of transformation can start, because the trigger is the body in its multiple and amplified forms.”    The space and the …

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