ANDREA BOLD, TANZVEREIN ERDBERG
2941 Mal gesehen
Datum der Aufzeichnung: 13.11.2010
Ort: TQW/Halle G
Dance as a threatened species. After deconstruction, hypertextualisation and the paradigm of constantly re-inventing itself, what remains for dance is the physical “constipation” and the sweet and-sour question of why few dance and many watch.
In Andrea Bold’s choreographic attempt moments of devotion and togetherness confront each other in the same way as the will to understand and the cases of arbitrariness of interpretation in view of a pressing mistrust of the kinaesthetic effect. In dialogue with the musically inventive wealth of the Symphonie Imaginaire by Jean-Philippe Rameau, the three musicians draft their movement material based on simplicity and concentration in movement, on the original and the familiar, which permits the reduction to elementary physical parts and outlines the practical utopia of a dance that might be sufficient in itself.
DANCE: Radek Hewelt, Satu Herrala, Martin Tomann CONCEPT: Andrea Bold MUSIC: Jean-Philippe Rameau: Une Symphonie imaginaire
A COPRODUCTION OF Tanzquartier Wien and TANZVEREIN ERDBERG