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  • Dance/ Performance + Artist-Talk; choreographic self-portrait
  • afghan culture
  • exile
  • Do., 30.05.2024, 19:00
–> Tanzfabrik Berlin
Wedding

Artist Talk following 'My Friends Call Me Daniel'

The young afghan performer Sajad Ahmad Nayebi creates a choreographic self-portrait that openly bears witness to longings, disappointments, plans and visions for the future. Sajad will talk about his work and life in the Artist-Talk.

  • 1Foto © Association Uncanny. The performance aims to create space to think about what drives us, where our responsibilities lie, for ourselves and for others, what moves us and what makes us decide.
  • 2 Ozi Ozar

In this conversation, afghan artist and performer Sajad Ahmad Nayebi, director Cédric Cherdel and dramaturge Ozi Ozar will talk about the process and development of this solo performance. They will also discuss questions that are relevant to the tanzpol festival within which the piece is being shown. How do experiences of exile continue in the field of dance and performance? Which inclusions and exclusions become perceptible? Which working conditions and networks are made accessible to Iranian artists in Europe and which are denied?The discussion will be held in English. A translation into German will be provided via headphones.

Tickets: 15 € (regular), 10€ (reduced)

After the performance there will be an Artist Talk (in English and Dari).

Weitere Ermäßigungen und Ticketinformationen ab dem 15.04. über die Webeite der Uferstudios: https://www.uferstudios.com/de/home/

Oder über die tanzpol-Webseite:
www.tanzpol-berlin.de

Karten-Telefon: 030/200 592 70
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wann:
  • Do., 30.05.2024, 19:00
wo: Tanzfabrik Berlin, Uferstraße 23, Wedding, 13357 Berlin (Auf Stadtplan zeigen.)

About the venue

Uferstudios (Studio 14)

The Uferstudios for contemporary dance are a landmarked area in Berlin-Wedding that currently brings together a total of six partners from Berlin's independent dance scene. Thanks to the ada Studio & Bühne für zeitgenössischen Tanz, the Inter-University Dance Centre (HZT) Berlin, Tanzbuero Berlin, Tanzfabrik Berlin, the artist collective PSR, as well as the operating company Uferstudios GmbH, the location has matured into a centre for dance since its formation in 2010. Through the diversity of its partners, the Uferstudios bring a wide range of artistic processes and aesthetics of contemporary dance into the public eye. 

https://www.uferstudios.com/en/home/

About the piece

My Friends Call Me Daniel

In his latest piece, choreographer Cédric Cherdel approaches the idea of choreographic documentation by providing a forum for the performer to speak directly to the audience. The young afghan performer, who calls himself Daniel, lives in France, is twenty-four years old and wants to become an actor. By experimenting with the format of the One-Man-Show and in dialogue the musician Rezai Abdullah he creates a choreographic self-portrait that openly bears witness to longings, disappointments, plans and visions for the future. Daniel embarks on a search for an environment that allows him to reveal himself, to show himself, that can give direction and that points to the future. The performance aims to create space to think about what drives us, where our responsibilities lie, for ourselves and for others, what moves us and what makes us decide. 

About the artist

Sayad Ahmad Nayebi

Sayad Ahmad Nayebi grew up in Afghanistan. Sportsman since his early youth, he practices acrobatic gymnastics. Wishing to gain independence, be safe, and rebuild a new life, he left Afghanistan for Sweden where he lived from 2015 to 2019. Following the refusal of his asylum request, he finally was obliged to leave this country. In 2019, he arrived to France without knowing the language and without many contacts. It was an intense and disturbing period that he calls his “third birth”. In this period he adopted the nickname “Daniel”. Attracted by cinema and acting, he participated in various creative projects and took theater classes. After studying cinema at University, Cédric Cherdel joined a professional master-program in arts in Tours, France. In this context, Cédric developed his choreographic practices in collaboration with several choreographers such as Bernardo Montet, Thomas Ferrand, Susan Buirge, Latifa Laâbissi and others. In 2010 he joined the professional program From Interpreter to Author created by Maguy Marin, followed by a master degree in Essay, Performance and Choreography under the artistic direction of Emmanuelle Hyunh. Crossing path with choreographer and dancer Min Tanaka, Cédric decided to train Reiki, Japanese energy treatment, and traditional thai massage in several schools in Thailand.