Performances


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MILLI BITTERLI, ANA HOFFNER, THOMAS J. JELINEK, KMET, ANNA MENDELSSOHN
Opening (City)Parcours

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Datum der Aufzeichnung: 26.09.2014

Ort: 1010 Wien

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In dialogue with Edmund de Waal’s artistic work that is currently installed in Vienna’s Theseus Temple, and based on places and stories from his family history The Hare with Amber Eyes: A Hidden Inheritance, for the opening we have called on performers to relate their works to the narratives encountered. In this way a parcours accessible to visitors on foot will be created at various sites of scenes from the novel in the area around the Theseus Temple. The interventions by Milli Bitterli, Ana Hoffner, Thomas Jelinek, KMET and Anna Mendelssohn explore various – also taboo – aspects of the past between individual and collective remembrance; some produce autobiographical references or take up strands of narration that lead directly to the present.

#PerformanceParcours #TheseusTemple #CollectiveMemory #Histories

 

Credits

 

In cooperation with the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna


Edmund de Waal

 

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PRODUCTION CREDITS of ANGST-Hase by Thomas J. Jelinek:

CONCEPT, INSTALLATION, DIRECTED BY: Thomas J. Jelinek

DRAMATURGICAL SUPPORT AND PERFORMANCE: Alexander Emanuely

PERFORMANCE: Aiko Kazuko Kurosaki, Samuel Minegibe Ekeh, Aika Mishina, Luke Baio, Desislava Gudjunova, Gabriella Iszlay, Yunus Ozbek, Katharina Jesberger, Peter Fuchs Kaira Kurosaki, Maari Kurosaki, Roman Müller u.a.

SOUND: Thomas Wagensommerer

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PHOTOS:


KMET - Guter Weltuntergang (c) 86/60 Konzept & Design

Anna Mendelssohn - Hilde und Anna (c) Anna Mendelssohn

Thomas Jelinek - ANGST-Hase (c) Thomas J. Jelinek

Milli Bitterli - Ich sehe und staune (c) Tanzquartier Wien

 

 

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