Performances

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IAN KALER
Contingencies

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Datum der Aufzeichnung: 02.05.2014

Ort: Leopold Museum

Im Rahmen von: Première

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Contingencies searches for differences. For example those which every individual can find as an unexpected divergence in habitual movement sequences, or those that develop within a group of performers. Here are the possibilities, potentials and coincidences that Contingencies give rise to as ever new structures and processes of being together. Here multilayered and simultaneous temporalities are practiced and become perceptible; light, music and architecture intervene independently in these events.

For Contingencies the relationship between space and body, bodies and spaces, and the exploration of architecture as a performative element is important. Thus at different venues, as here for the Leopold Museum, variants of the choreographic series that are specific to each venue are developed. As a work Contingencies always maintains the difference to itself. The togetherness of the group but also the performers’ relationship to the audience is constantly renegotiated.


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Credits

ARTISTIC DIRECTION / CHOREOGRAPHICAL FRAMING: An Kaler

PERFORMANCE: Joris Camelin, Tom Engels, Noha Ramadan

MUSIC: Brendan Dougherty

LIGHT DESIGN: Emma Juliard, Bruno Pocheron

COSTUME: Marcus Karkhof

DRAMATURGICAL SUPPORT: Heike Albrecht

INPUT BODY WORK: Patricia Brüllhart

TEXT: Anne Schuh

GRAPHIC DESIGN: Tommy Hui Shui Cheung

ASSISTANCE: Thomas Schaupp

PROJECT MANAGEMENT: das Schaufenster

PRODUCTION: An Kaler

COPRODUCTION: Tanzquartier Wien, ImPulsTanz

IN COOPERATION WITH: Tanzfabrik Berlin, APAP - Advancing Performing Arts Project - Performing Europe and Leopold Museum

SUPPORTED BY: Wien Kultur, bmukk

 

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