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Datum der Aufzeichnung: 12.06.2015

Ort: TQW / Studios

Im Rahmen von: Werkstück 2015



Based on Thomas Hirschhorn’s work Collage-Truth (2012) Sara Lanner explores bodies in commerce and war. In the direct encounter between contrary body images, she concerns herself with the category of integrity. The exhibiting of bodies is inquired into as a mechanism of defacing. To this end Sara Lanner analyses the instrumentalisation of bodies for advertising and propaganda purposes.


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 Jeluši? 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






COSTUMES: Anja Kohlweiss

THANKS TO: Yosi Wanunu, Katharina Greimel, Ana Jeluši?



Sara Lanner is a freelance choreographer and dancer/performer in Vienna. She was born in Salzburg in 1991. Sara Lanner concerns herself with performance both in the field of dance as well as in the field of visual art. In 2013 she completed her BA in contemporary dance and dance teaching at the Anton Bruckner University in Linz. She was a scholar at the Tanzquartier Wien for the 2013/14 season and of the 2014 danceWEB programme as part of the Vienna Impulstanz festival. Most recently she received the 2014 START scholarship from the Austrian Federal Chancellery. In 2015 she had a residency at the Uferstudios in Berlin as part of the Berlin Tanztage festival and the Life-Long Burning-Wild Cards. In her most recent solo and collective works she has created interdisciplinary and interactive performances. She has worked among others as a dancer and performer with Akos Hargitay and the Wildlaks company. Since 2015 Sara Lanner has been studying performative art at the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts.


The Vienna-based guitarist, composer and sound artist Michael Wedenig was born in Klagenfurt in 1985. He completed his degree at the Vienna Music Institute in 2009 (among others under Andy Manndorff and Peter Rom). Since then, alongside music projects, he has concerned himself intensively with interdisciplinary collaborations: thus he has worked regularly with the artists’ group Das graue B? on audiovisual installations, and composed sound tracks for dance works, short films and for the feature film Reflections of Maya Rose. Wedenig’s first solo album stadt | land | fuzz will appear in April 2015 on Keto recordings.



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