- Diese Veranstaltung hat bereits stattgefunden.
Dez 16th 2022 , 19:30 – 22:00
Wir freuen uns, die 86. Ausgabe von Unfinished Fridays präsentieren zu können, mit einem Duett und drei Solos:
Armin Hokmi, Mårten Spångberg, Sinja J. Völl, Dani Paiva de Miranda & Gabriela Cordovez
Der Auftritt findet live in den LAKE Studios statt und beginnt um 19:30 Uhr.
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/2064752013716687?ref=newsfeed
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into_ME_ditation – Sinja J. Völl
In her movement research for the solo into_ME_ditation, Sinja J. Völl explores her personal way of expression and language of movement. Using various meditation techniques, she detached herself from her physical imprints and aesthetic conditioning during the process. In the solo, various moments from the process of creation are reflected and offer the viewer the opportunity to identify with questions raised and emotional states.
The Climate, The Worry, The Dance – Mårten Spångberg
This project is a long-term collective research project addressing relations between climate anxiety, dance and the possibility to generate forms of social ecologies based on alternative forms of communication. Mjörtin Sjångburg has over the last three years developed dance and body practices that through nonverbal forms of exchange enable production of agency in the individual and manage to organise temporary societies where conventional ecologies are set aside in favour for a decision making protocols and distribution of time that doesn’t confer with consolidated forms of knowledge, value and presence.
Fire Burns Fire – Gabriela Cordovez and Dani Paiva de Miranda
FOGO QUEMA FOGO activates a body that exists beyond the closure of its solid and visible limits.
FOGO QUEMA FOGO is a sound action that reveals the disruptive, overwhelming and at the same time subtle and phantasmagorical character of sound.
FOGO QUEMA FOGO evokes the forces and affections of the underground, the seismic shocks, the tremors.
FOGO QUEMA FOGO is a revelation and vocal affirmation of life.
Songs we remember – Armin Hokmi