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annamari keskinen & ryan mason / felix landerer / antonin rioche

particle accelerator - annamari keskinen & ryan mason - thar be dragons - thematically, our work will explore the boundary lines of abstraction and representation through shifting proximities of sound and imagery. It is the materiality of sound and bodily illusion, where the materials extend into each other, qualities blending into a warm, detailed fuzz where a specificity, without definition, is created. the reverberations and echoes left over are singular and leave space for the interpretation of the spectator. The starting point of our work comes from the individuality of the people we work with - who they are, how they think, how they feel, and how they move with this. A significant part of this process is getting to know each other. From there, we create the artwork. Our working process places the performer in a state of heightened attention, open and responsive to the different effects cohabiting the space. Placing the mind and its attendance to different states that are enlivened by images or sound leaves us with the question of what xxxx feels like. What does thinking feel like?


 

the unattended - felix landerer

following the same principles as the workshop, participants will be investigating the movement language, choreography and compositional approach of Felix Landerer. This physical language emphasises the specificity of initiation points, the use of the spine as a synthesiser of action, the value of a useful relationship with the floor and a playful search for the details and dynamics that give movement its communicative potential. These principles will be applied to solo and duet work, which will emphasise and demand the performer’s clarity in decision-making. The process will explore how performative possibilities arise as a result of ever-increasing specificity in physicality.

 

it's so berlin! - antonin rioche

Very inspired from my last trip to Berlin and the festival; I want to transform those feelings into poetic images, and little stories told through monologues by the performers themselves, based on their personal experiences while living in the city. The participants will work together both in pairs as in groups, in order to create all the material for the piece. I want to generate a playful and inspiring environment and see what comes out of it!

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choreographers:

annamari keskinen & ryan mason

felix landerer

antonin rioche