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BUILT TO BLAST

BUILT TO BLAST is a one-on-one performance-situation. A Rendezvous with a room. For about 15 minutes. An intimate encounter of non-human and human, aiming to blur the distinction between those two. Mind-blowing, nerve-racking, seducing. It is fucking educational. For everyone / everything involved. BUILT TO BLAST is a nut-cracker, a bottle opener of a performance, …

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ABRAHAMIC WHOLENESS (or my God is better than yours) – Helena Botto

17 April 2016 / 7:30 pm / DNA – Space for Contemporary Dance and Performance / ANTISTATIC / Sofia, Bulgaria Helena Botto (Portugal / Germany) Concept, performance and space Helena Botto Sound design and performance Joshua Rutter (première) / Marc Philipp Gabriel Dramaturgical consultant Iva Sveshtarova Sound devices and mics (research) Nikola Pieper Light adaptation and operation Víctor Pequeño, Nikola Pieper …

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SHAVE THAT GUMMI

SHAVE THAT GUMMI is an international choreographic research that unleashes between innumerable poles of difference. How can we breathe under all the highly charged misconceptions that have been cast onto us in past and present times? Coming from two different continents, we are still chewing on the same piece of gum. F*ck. Being labelled before …

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BUILT TO BLAST … again and again and again …

  I have a new practice. It is still forming itself. It is an entangled, continuous moving-perceiving in different situations in space and time. To open up the »big hole«, I am aiming to unlearn perception as I have known it so far. It is to unlearn categories, labels and patterns that I have learned …

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SYMA x 11

A simple arrangement that addresses research on interrelations and togetherness of posthuman companionship, the human body and technology. How do technology and  the human body interact, where do the two constructions meet? SYMA x 11 is an attempt at mediating complex (everyday) situations, addictions, problematics and tendencies in a direct setup. The work approaches the …

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A Drop of Blood in Your Mother’s Coffee

Fresh from Berlin: a crystal new generation of choreographers showing their works while hosted by their Amsterdam peers. In a yearly exchange with SNDO (School for New Dance Development Amsterdam), graduate students of HZT (Hochschulübergreifendes Zentrum Tanz) Berlin will show projects and ideas they have been working on in the context of their studies. Having …

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Bill Baird: Novus Mundus

hot hands and ears to the ground Bill Baird: Novus Mundus with: Marc Philipp Gabriel and tba Bill will stage together with local collaborators a television opera at ausland: Mundus Novus is utilizing motion tracking, video score, spatialization, a laptop ensemble, acoustic and electric instruments, a lengthy libretto, and a healthy dose of dream logic. …

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ARRIVING ON TIME

Arriving on time is a score-based performance for three performers and one lifeguard. The performance is based on several rounds of four minutes, where the performers independently perform different tasks. CREATION BlingBlingRecycling Collective PERFORMANCE Cécile Bally, Emma Tricard, Marc Philipp Gabriel 24 MAY / 19h // 3AM / Am Flutgraben / Berlin with the support …

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DIRTY MONEY MUDWRESTLING

by Kareth Schaeffer We’re in it for the money, honey: that dirty ol’ flipside of life in the limelight. Two years after its infamous debut, the mudwrestling tournament that took the contemporary dance world by storm is back with Dirt: An Apparatus. With infallible referee Kareth Kracken’ Bonez as your hostess-with-the-mostest, the heat is ON …

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SLEEP

  SHORT FILM by Dovile Aleksaite / Marc Philipp Gabriel / Martin Hofmann / Diethild Meier created in the frame of the workshop DO YOU SEE WHAT YOU HEAR? – Scores for Video, Choreography and Voice led by Antonia Baehr, Steffi Weismann and Isabell Spengler 2014

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