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OLGA DE SOTO
Débords. Reflections on The Green Table

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Datum der Aufzeichnung: 22.03.2013

Ort: TQW / Halle G

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An analytical dance work that takes Kurt Jooss’ piece The Green Table as its starting point.

A Tanzfonds heritage project.

The starting point for Débords is Der Grüne Tisch [The Green Table] – a choreography by Kurt Jooss premièred in Paris in 1932, which owing to its pacifist content and the commitment of its participants in the struggle against the rise of Nazism has become a fixed part of international dance history. In the framework of their long-term research project, the choreographer Olga de Soto collected traces that the work had left in the memories of those who had seen it, danced it and passed it on to new generations: words, bodies and views as material for an analytical and performative approach to the themes of perception, interpretation, remembering and transmission in dance. Together with a group of six dancers, a performance was created that internalised the changing readings of Der Grüne Tisch and at the same time produced something individual and personal. A dialogue between the here and now, a living document of dance history and an indictment of war and its crimes.

 

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CONCEPT, CHOREOGRAPHY, DOCUMENTARY, CAMERA AND SOUND: Olga de Soto

WITH: Fabian Barba, Alessandro Bernardeschi, Edith Christoph, Hanna Hedman, Mauro Paccagnella, Enora Rivière.

VIDEO DIRECTION: Olga de Soto

VIDEO MONTAGE: Julien Contreau, Olga de Soto

MUSIC: Frederic Rzewski The People united will never be defeated Variation No. 1, John Cage Sonata No. 1 pour piano préparé and Sonata No. 5 pour piano préparé

LIGHTING: Philippe Gladieux

SOUND: Mathieu Farnarier

VIDEO TECHNOLOGY: Bram Moriau & Olga de Soto

SCENOGRAPHY CONCEPT: Olga de Soto & Shizuka Hariu

SCENOGRAPHY: Shizuka Hariu / SHSH

COSTUMES: Dorothée Catry

TECHNICHAL COORDINATION: Daniel Huard

CONSTRUCTION: Yann Stroobant

TRANSLATION: Christiane Gleis, Doris Beckmann, Klaus Ludwig

SUBTITLES: Tongues Untied

MATERIAL RESEARCH ASSISTANT: Karin Verbruggen


WITH WITNESS STATEMENTS BY: Marina Grut, Ann Hutchinson Guest, Christian Holder, Joan Turner Jara, Nora Salvo, Jeanne Brabants, Michèle Nadal, Hanns Stein, Andras Uthoff, Edith del Campo, Philip Lansdale, Juan Allende-Blin, Toer van Schayk, Fernando García, Bruno Jacquin, Jacqueline Challet-Haas, Gerd Zacher, Jeanette Vondersaar, Françoise Dupuy.


PRODUCTION: Niels & Caravan Production

CO-PRODUCTION: Joint Adventures/Tanzwerkstatt Europa (Munich), Les Halles (Brussels), Culturgest (Lisbon), Festival d’Automne à Paris, Les Spectacles vivants – Centre Pompidou (Paris), Tanzquartier Wien, Centre Chorégraphique National de Montpellier Languedoc-Roussillon (CCNM) in the framework of Jardin d’Europe – with the support of the European Union, Open Latitudes (Les Halles Brussels, Latitudes Contemporaines Lille, Le Manège de Mons / Maison Folie Mons, Cialo Umysl Foundation Warsaw, Teatro delle Moire Milan, Sin Arts and Culture Centre Budapest, Le phénix, scène nationale de Valenciennes, l’Arsenic Lausanne) – WITH THE SUPPORT of the European Union.


A Tanzfonds heritage project


WITH THE SUPPORT OF: the Federation Wallonia-Brussels, Wallonie-Bruxelles International, (WBI), Archives Jooss (Cologne/Amsterdam), German Dance Archive, Cologne. WITH ADDITIONAL SUPPORT FROM: Centre de développement chorégraphique d’Uzès and Théâtre de la Place de Liège.


This project has research scholarships from the French Ministry for Culture and Communication and from the Federation Wallonia-Brussels for the development of the documentary.


WITH THANKS TO: Juan Allende Blin, Heidi Almi, Michèle Bargues, Fernando Beltramí, Sylvain Boruel, Jeanne Brabants, Jean Cébron, Jacqueline Challet-Haas, Lucie Conrad, Edith del Campo, Thierry De Mey, Dominique Dupuy, Françoise Dupuy, Petrus Folkegard, Fernando García, Alin Gheorghiu, Marina Grut, Tal Harari, Thomas Hartmann, Ann Hutchinson Guest, Bruno Jacquin, Jooss-Archiv (Köln/Amsterdam), Hartmut Klug, Cindy Koopman, Philip Lansdale, Anna Markard, Hermann Markard, Eri Misaki, Michelle Nadal, Klaus Dieter Pett, Renate Pook, Ursula Popp, Ariane Rindle, Filipa Rola, Nora Salvo, Francis Sinceretti, Hanns Stein, Joan Turner Jara, Ann Vachon, Ramona van der Wulp, Myriam van Imschoot, Jeanette Vondersaar, Andras Uthoff, Michael Uthoff, Toer van Schayk, Claire Verlet, Guus Wijnoogst, Gerd Zacher And Hans Zullig.

WITH SPECIAL THANKS TO: Anne Bachy-Berthin, Anne Bautz, Marc Bouteiller, Christian Holder, Laurence Louppe, Manuela Gutiérrez, Anna Markard, Daniela Müller, Thomas Thoraush, Fabienne Verstraeten, Laurent Vinauger, Antón and Gabriel.

SUPPORTED BY : Tanzfonds Erbe, an Initiative of the German Federal Cultural Foundation


Olga de Soto is sponsored by the Federation Wallonia-Brussels. She is Artist in Residence at Les Halles (Brussels) and in administrative residence at La Raffinerie – Charleroi/Danses, Centre Chorégraphique de la Féderation Wallonie-Bruxelles.


The project was sponsored with the support of the European Commission.

 

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