Lyrical Ping Pong is a dance solo by Véronique Langlott based on the poem 'Alphabet', by Danish author Inger Christensen. This poem has 14 sections, one for each letter of the alphabet until letter n, and follows the mathematical structure of the Fibonacci sequence, so that the number of verses in each of the 14…Read more Véronique Langlott – Lyrical Ping Pong
Movements are the raw material of dance, with which everything else is made visible. Movement manifests time: speeds, rhythms and even stillness when it stops. Movement manifests space: anatomy, gravity, impulse, dimensions, shapes. What is it that promotes movement to the category of dance? Are certain movements more dance than others? What description of dance…Read more zebra proyekt – the street is choreography
I can only paraphrase what was said and hope I get it right and can share it as it was, simple and beautiful, inspiring for performance and elevating for life. After the concert played on 13.01.17 by Michael Harenberg (electronics), Frank Fiedler (percussion) and Ernesto Molinari (contrabass clarinet) at Musikinstrumenten-Museum (Berlin) the floor was opened…Read more would you reject an autumn tree?
Last spring I started thinking about the recurrence of linearity in instant composition: one thing leading to the next, leading to the next. A continuum of awareness flowing ahead like a river. Could one compose in the moment following a different model? What kind of model could that be? “Contiguity” - a duet by dancer…Read more contiguity – rhizomes and heat
the glimmer of the everyday made dance. May 27th and 28th 2016 Studioboerne45 – Börnestraße 45 (Berlin-Weißensee) Dance: María Ferrara Soundscape: Justin Buckley Choreography: María Ferrara & Ingo Reulecke 06.05.16 – In transit, rehearsals under way! mf – Berlin – 2016 The society of information – that’s ours! The ever-increasing amount of information available and…Read more Zeitgenössischer Glanz – the process
Berlin's new instant-composition series born out of Freistil. 2015 saw the last Freistil programme in its nine years of life. With its focus on improvised performance, this monthly series, curated by Heide Moldenhauer and hosted by Tanzfabrik, can be considered a pioneering classic in the Berlin instant-composition scene. Although the proliferation of programmes focussing on…Read more common ground #1