Dance Performance + Artist Talk origin sex gender

So. 15.12. 19:00->DOCK 11 EDEN*****, Prenzlauer Berg

Artist Talk following 'My Breast on the Table'

This experimental, interactive solo work intentionally plays with the genre of Reality TV and popular TED talk lectures. Using storytelling as an element of composition, the work is reshaped in real-time. In the after show talk with Ilya Noé we want to reflect viewing habits and discuss the influence of origin, sex and gender.

1 © Foto: David Beecroft.2 Suzanne Muller-Jaeschke, Freie Dramaturgin und Kulturmanagerin
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The talk after the performance seeks an open conversation about choreography and production made by non-european artists. Which role does the place of graduation play, in terms of european educational (dance) institutes? How can we invite the audience to observe beyond european influenced viewing habits? To what extend our gaze is framed by European institutions, Festivals curators or funding guidelines? The audience is encouraged to look for a sensibility to any kind of contemporary dance of any sex and any gender in our community. Also reflecting the visual patterns and habbits in our own communities and try to articulate observations and irritations could be topics of the discussion.

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Ablauf: 

19:00 Vorstellung

Im Anschluss: Gesprächsrunde

 

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Karten-Telefon: 030/ 35 12 03 12
Karten per E-Mail: ticket(at)dock11-berlin.de

wann: So. 15.12. 19:00

wo: DOCK 11 EDEN*****
Kastanienallee 79, Prenzlauer Berg, 10435 Berlin (Auf Stadtplan zeigen.)

About the venue

Dock 11

The factory level of Dock 11 in Kastanienallee in Prenzlauer Berg is a rehearsals room, teaching studio and dance stage in one. The stage programme has interdisciplinary supplements such as theatre, performance, literature, music, visual art, film and club art – however the main focal point of every performance is on purely dance elements. Together with its other premises in EDEN***** in Berlin-Pankow, Dock 11 has established itself as an important part of the Berlin dance scene. The unique combination of teaching, rehearsal and stage generates an exciting change of perspectives in both the artists and pupils, as well as among the audience.  (source: visitberlin.de)

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About the performance

My Breast on the Table

"My Breast on the table" can't be choreographed, it can only be performed. The piece appropriate the “Yo” that rethinks and rebuilds itself permanently, and the pain handled as costume, as a breathe, a curtain, an indomitable circumstance of life.The experimental, improvisational, interactive solo work intentionally plays with the genre of Reality TV (as unscripted actions of everyday people ) and the popular TED lectures. Formats in which in a certain amount of time you to present ideas in the most innovative and engaging way by using storytelling as an element of the composition. "My Breast on the table" is a new solo designed and performed by Judith Sanchez Ruiz. With Classical Pianist and Composer Santiago Gervasoni.

About the choreographer

Judith Sánchez Ruíz

The Berlin-based director, choreographer, teacher, improviser, Judith Sánchez Ruíz (CU-US-GE), was based in New York since 1999 and relocated to Berlin in 2011. She’s created numerous choreographic stage works and Site Specific and has initiated several improvisation projects involving live music with innovative composers and visua-l artist. A former member of Sasha Waltz & Guest, Germany (2011-2014); Trisha Brown Dance Company, U.S., (2006-2009); Mal Pelo Company, Spain (1997-1999) and DanzAbierta Company, Cuba, (1991-1996). Among others independent choreographers as David Zambrano (1997); D.D. Dorvillier (2002), and Deborah Hay (2012). In 2010 she established the JSR Company in New York City, focuses on multidisciplinary and site-specific performances. Sánchez’s work has been presented in numerous International Festivals. 

 

 

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