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KATHARINA GREIMEL
(worum) es geht.(choreografie) in 5 ge(h)dichten

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Datum der Aufzeichnung: 12.06.2015

Ort: TQW / Studios

Im Rahmen von: Werkstück 2015

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Imagine you are walking. Imagine this idea went through your head. Imagine this idea also went into your legs. And imagine that this idea was about something. Imagine that your walking was about something.


In this choreografie in 5 gehdichten, Katharina Greimel pursues her interest in a movement-oriented perspective on language. Based on walking – the term as well as the movement – she gets text and bodies to intertwine. Through this she explores ways of understanding that emerge in spaces of moved meaning.


 

FIRST STEPS – As part of Werkstück every season the Tanzquartier Wien gives young choreographers time, space and support over six months to work out their own productions and present them to the public over two evenings in June. This year, the young talent format will be coached by the director Yosi Wanunu under the motto Reality Check.


For their works, Katharina Greimel, Ana Jelušic and Sara Lanner have looked "reality in the eye" and present three different works on this transient state called "the present".

#Performance #Choreography #CreationProcesses #RealityCheck

Credits

 

CONCEPT, CHOREOGRAPHY, PERFORMANCE: Katharina Greimel

THANKS TO: Yosi Wanunu, Ana Jeluši?, Sara Lanner, Gabrielle Cram, Walter Heun, Krassimira Kruschkova, Katrin Roschangar

 

From 2002 to 2008 Katharina Greimel completed a degree in human medicine at the Vienna Medical University. In 2014 she finished the “Dance, Context, Choreography” course at the Inter-University Dance Centre at the Berlin University of the Arts. She received the Danceweb scholarship in 2014 for the Impulstanz festival and a start scholarship from the Austrian Ministry of Education, the Arts and Culture, as well as one from the City of Berlin. Most recently she staged the performance reading komm kopflos at the ADA studio in Berlin.

 

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