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DOUBLE BILL: Carla Jordão / Annabelle Dvir

BühnenSaal | 16,50 € / 9,50 € erm.
03.09
18:30
04.09
18:30
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A UNIVERSAL IDENTITY

 

Carla Jordão / SPECIES

 

ABOUT

 

A UNIVERSAL IDENTITY ist ein Trip in die gemeinsamen Welten des Performers Manuel Kisters und der Choreografin Carla Jordão.

Aus den Fragmenten des Wachsens und Kollabierens, des Überwindens und Scheiterns bildet sich ein Ich. Jedesmal neu, jedesmal alt. Das Ausreizen des Ertragbaren, der eigenen Möglichkeiten und Grenzen wird zum Tablett, das die eigene Persönlichkeit trägt - und so trägt sich der Mensch selbst. Wächst und scheitert. Scheitert und wächst.

 

Carla Jordão – Choreografie 

Carla Jordão lebt und arbeitet als Choreografin in Köln. Sie absolvierte ihr Bachelor-Studium in Tanz- und Bühnenperformance an der Universität Lissabon und ihr Masterstudium in Tanzkomposition an der Folkwang-Hochschule der Künste in Essen. Sie tanzte und choreographierte für zahlreiche Kompanien im In- und Ausland. Mit ihren Choreografien war sie zu Gast bei Festivals in ganz Europa u.a. beim Tala Dance Center Festival (Kroatien), Insoliti Festival (Turin), ProArt Festival (Prag) und dem tanz.tausch Festival (Köln). Sie hat mehrere Preise bei nationalen und internationalen Wettbewerben gewonnen, darunter beim SzoloDuo Festival Budapest, dem Kontakt Energie-Wettbewerb im Stadttheater Erfurt und zuletzt den Kölner Tanztheaterpreis 2019 für A UNIVERSAL WEAKNESS. 

www.carlajordao.com

 

Manuel Kisters - Tanz & Musik

Manuel Kisters wurde 1996 in Bensberg geboren. Er beschäftigte sich ursprünglich viel mit Musik, Sport und Schauspiel. Als es 2011 die Möglichkeiten gab in verschiedenen Tanztrainings und Produktionen mitzuwirken fing er an zu tanzen. Später studierte er Tanz in Arnhem, Niederlande. Seit 2014 kreiert er seine eigenen Produktionen. Seine eigene Bewegungsrecherche beinhaltet Aspekte der Bodenarbeit, Bodenakrobatik, Partnering und Physical Theatre. Momentan arbeitet er zwischen Deutschland, Niederlande und Portugal.

 

Credits / Team

 

Choreografie: Carla Jordão
Tanz & Musik: Manuel Kisters
P&Ö: Sina Langner & Anthea Petermann
Fotografie: Matthias Peters

Dank an: Timm Roller; Sonia Franken; Dr.Daniel Rademacher und Dawid Liftinger.

Der Research zur Produktion UNIVERSAL IDENTITY wurde gefördert durch ein Künstlerstipendium im Rahmen der NRW-Corona-Hilfen.

 

 

It's Pretty for You to LIE – Fantasy Game vol.1 (WORK IN PROGRESS)

Annabelle Dvir

 

ABOUT

 

What is the work that constitutes an anti-thesis of itself? In a physical-vocal trio for Claude Debussy’s “String Quartet”, the rock-pop of the Rolling Stones and the Celtic folk-rock of Led Zeppelin, the action of the slamming body in the shape of a woman embraces a theatrical mythological space, one that recalls the DNA that has been encoded in the performers over the past three years of physical-vocal research. In this new incarnation, they choose to discover other abilities of their emerging performative psyche. They explore tensions between iconic psychedelic-rock and romantic classical sounds; femininity and animalism, the act of imagery and animation. Those tensions disintegrate and deconstruct from the everlasting familiarity of the choreography and the existence between pain and pleasure, the conscious and the id, the act of defamation and solidarity. They are bodies in a paradox, on a journey with knowledge and experience burned into their flesh, in the face of a new performative fantasy game.

 

It’s Pretty for You to LIE emanates from the ongoing physical-vocal practice, language, and technique developed in Annabelle Dvir’s full-length stage work 7INCH OF SLAM – THE FULL BODY SOUNDSCAPE, which upholds the tensions between perception and sensation, the embodiment of live sound and the visual shape of a soundscape. 7INCH//VIMEO.COM

 

Annabelle Dvir is an Israeli-Georgian choreographer, voice artist, live sound composer and dance performer, who researches alongside her developing women ensemble - dancers & musicians, the live art through the tension between sensation and perception, the heard and the seen. She creates extreme physical-vocal practices and examines new esthetics and interdisciplinary actions that merge between the worlds of reality and fantasy. She composes, in a musical-choreographic eye, the embodiment of live sound and the visual shapes of alternating soundscapes in order to transform human preconception, emotions and inner desires. Her stage works and practice center the “performance body” as visual, audial-sonoric and plastic procedures.

 

Annabelle earned her MA and BA with Dean’s honors from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance and graduated from The KELIM Center’s Choreography Program. In 2018 she received the ImPulsTanz DanceWEB scholarship, Vienna – Austria, and the Art Excellence Award of Holon Municipality. In 2017 she received the Israeli Ministry of Culture and Sports creative grant for outstanding emerging choreographers. She is presenting her stage work and practice both nationally and abroad: Tel Aviv Dance, ALTOFEST Italy, CIRCE - Tbilisi, Georgia, Diver Festival, Venice International Art Fair, BBB INTERNATIONAL - U.S ONLINE, The International Exposure, APH Vilnius Lithuania, MASH International Dance Week, Intimadance Festival, The Jerusalem Biennale and more. Annabelle is a member of The Israeli Choreographers Association, and CAMPI - Jerusalem Dance and Performance Community.

 

CREDITS/TEAM

 

Concept; Choreography; Text; Vocal Composition & Soundtrack Design: Annabelle Dvir

Creative Performers: Layil Goren, Adi Eytan, Annabelle Dvir

Music: Claude Debussy “String Quartet in G Minor, Op.10, L.91: II”; The Rolling Stones “She’s a Rainbow”; Led Zeppelin “The Battle of Evermore”; Patti LaBelle, The Bluebelles “Over The Rainbow”.

*The work contains graphic language and partial nudity. 

 

The work is being developed and supported by the first collaboration between Quartier Am Hafen - Interdisciplinary Creative Art Center – Cologne, Germany and Suzanne Dellal Centre - Tel Aviv, Israel - and through the support of The Office of the State of North-Rhine Westphalia of Economy, Science, Education, Youth and Culture in Israel. The Israeli Choreographers Association, and by The School of Movement and Dance - Kiryat Hatarbut - The Ness Ziona Center for Culture & Recreation.