Interference’ in physics describes the superposition of two waves, one over the other, creating a new one with greater, lower or same amplitude. The resulting wave has a different representation and shape.
The four artists of Interferenz - in between dance and photography take over this image to their own art forms. They come together to create something that is more than their individual forms of expression. Interferenz is an exploration of dance and photography as they become counterparts in the creative process.
In this exhibition, the photographer Ilmė Vyšniauskaitė and the dancers Carla Petzolt, Mareile Gnep, Miriam Taschler focus on the concept of shame from a social, political, and cultural perspective through visual and choreographic exploration. Following an interdisciplinary and feminist approach, the artists examine ways of taking up space. They concentrate on shame that lies in and on individual bodies and deal with questions about vulnerability, intimacy, shame and nationality. Interferenz is a first step into opening these concepts with the multidisciplinary refractory tools of dance and photography.
Opening: Friday 2 December, 7:00 pm
Exhibition: Saturday 3 & Sunday 4 December, 11:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Performances: 7:00 pm