Saskia Hölbling


Über Saskia Hölbling

Saskia Hölbling Saskia Hölbling created with her ensemble DANS.KIAS more than 20 pieces since its foundation in the year 1995.

In 2000 she received the Prix d’Auteur du Conseil Général de Seine-Saint Denis/Bagnolet for “Do your desires still burn”, and in 2002 she was awarded the Austrian Dance Production Prize for “other feature”.

Besides her own choreographies Hölbling has worked repeatedly with other artists. For example, together with Canadian choreographer Benoît Lachambre and French video artist Laurent Goldring she created the solo “rrr… (reading, readings, reading)” that was presented at the opening of Tanzquartier Wien in 2001. In May 2008 she created the duo “fiction in between” together with French choreographer and dancer Fabrice Ramalingom.

Saskia Hölbling has also created choreographies to existing music e.g. by Claudio Monteverdi, Luciano Berio and Wolfgang Mitterer. In 2009 she directed a drama for the first time: together with students of the Max Reinhardt Seminar she produced “Die Hamletmaschine” by Heiner Müller. After her latest production, “pictographic events”, in December 2010 Hölbling appeared in “parades & changes, replay in expansion” by Anne Collod in 2011, a re-enactment of Anna Halprin’s “Parades & Changes” (1965).

From 2011 until 2013 Hölbling developed together with Laurent Goldring the trilogy "Squatting Projects". Followed by the solo work "assemblage humain" in 2015 and the group piece "Corps à corps" in 2016. In March 2017 Saskia presented her group piece "Corps suspendus".

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