|PREMIERE||Once in California...|
|10. bis 12.08.2018||Festival mit Arbeiten der San Franciscoer Tänzerin Sara Shelton Mann
|FESTIVAL||19:00 Uhr||im DOCK 11|
Once in California...
Spieltermine im DOCK 11:
Vorstellungen: 10., 11. und 12. August 2018, jeweils 19.00 Uhr
DOCK11, Kastanienallee 79, 10435 Berlin
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Tickets: 15.- Euro / 12.- Euro erm.
Once in California... präsentiert Arbeiten der San Franciscoer Tänzerin Sara Shelton Mann und weiteren Künstler*innen
Jeden Abend Performances von Sara Shelton Mann (USA)
...und weiteren Arbeiten von verschiedenen Künstler*innen...
Yannis Adoniou (Griechenland)
Christine Bonansea (Frankreich/USA)
Jorge De Hoyos (Deutschland/USA)
Details und genaue Daten folgen in Kürze.
Festival highlighting the work of San Francisco dance luminary Sara Shelton Mann
With works each night by Sara Shelton Mann (USA)
...in shared evenings with...
Yannis Adoniou (Greece)
Christine Bonansea (France/USA)
Jorge De Hoyos (Germany/USA)
More dates and details to follow soon...
Echo/listening through walls - Sara Shelton Mann
----- follow along the lines between choices and enter into that echo, that flow of motion that splatters the canvas with a deft touch and eye creating the painting that hasn’t arrived yet, yet is arriving and arriving and ever arriving - - that resounds from the walls as an invitation to inhabit a spacial interium ((imagine yourself outside history, this room, this sketch of players, kings, queens, vagabonds, slaves, and archers)
Direction: Sara Shelton Mann in collaboration with Performers Anya Cloud and Jesse Zaritt
Composer: Pamela Z
Dance photo of Anya Cloud by: Robbie Sweeny
another land - Yannis Adoniou
"another land" thematisiert einen Körper, der einen weiteren Raum - über seinen eigenen hinaus - einnimmt.
Konzept / Regie: Yannis Adoniou
Performance: Michael Doolan and quests.
Foto: Yannis Adoniou
"another land” is a piece about the body inhabiting another place beyond its own.
Concept / Direction: Yannis Adoniou
Performance: Michael Doolan and quests.
Photo: Yannis Adoniou
Only Human - Christine Bonansea
Ein choreographisches Projekt mit dem Ziel, die menschliche Natur und seine intrinsischen Paradoxe offenzulegen, inspiriert von Nietzsches aphoristischem Werk "Menschliches Allzumenschliches", welches die Verbindung zwischen Wissenschaft, Kultur und dem Freigeist etabliert hat.
Das Stück entstand in Zusammenarbeit mit Multimedia Künstlern und soll einen Ausgangspunkt für weitere Solo-Reihen bilden. Der kinetische, virtuose Tanz ist eine Meditation auf die körperlichen Bilder und Stereotypen des Selbst in seiner Umwelt – geographisch, emotional und innerhalb sozialer Strukturen.
Konzept / Choreographie / Performance: Christine Bonansea
Musikalische Komposition / Performance: Nicole Caroll
Licht Design: Solomon Weisbard
Graphische Programmierung: Yoann Trellu
Foto: Sigel Eschko
Only Human is a solo inspired by Friedrich Nietzsche’s aphoristic volume Human, All Too Human. The performer/ choreographer is investigating the stark contradiction between our race’s capacity for freedom and beauty against its most destructive and illogical behaviors. Created in collaboration with the artists Robert Flynt, Yoann Trellu and Nicole Carroll, this highly kinetic and virtuosic dance is a meditation on bodily images and stereotypes of self in the context of the environment – geography, emotions, social structure.
Only Human performances engaged local community as well as international audience inquiring humanity and perception of human body. The shows has been developed and seen in 2017 at JACK APAP 2017 showcase (NYC), in the Creative residency at Earthdance (MA), at the Movement Research at the Judson Church performance series (NYC), at the Edgar Poe Gallery (Bronx, NYC),TriskelionArts Festival (NYC), DOCK 11(Berlin), PAMS 2017 Pop-up Stage(Seoul), Fresh Festival (CA), New York Live Art Studio and Spotlight USA 2018 in Bulgaria.
Concept / Choreography / Performance: Christine Bonansea
Original Music Composition / Performance: Nicole Carroll
Lighting Design: Solomon Weisbard
Photography: Robert Flynt
Graphic Programming: Yoann Trellu
Photo: Sigel Eschko
CONDUIT - Jorge De Hoyos
CONDUIT is a solo performance about opening up.
It’s about opening up portals to other dimensions. It’s also about opening up the self to be a portal to other dimensions.
And it’s about stepping through portals.
But what’s an open portal anyways? All that comes through is banal observations and feelings and random thoughts and unexplained movements and memories and sexual fantasies and desires and mystic visions and alien messages and…
Creation / Performance: Jorge De Hoyos
Created in collaboration with Gretchen Blegen (Advice/Light), Marc Lohr (Sound), Leyla Postalcioglu (Advice)
Photo: Emre Altan
Sara Shelton Mann has been a choreographer, performer, and teacher since 1967. She was a protégé of Alwin Nikolais and Murray Louis in New York City before moving to Canada where she met Andrew Harwood and fell in love with Contact Improvisation. In 1979 she moved to San Francisco to work with Mangrove, now Mixed Bag Productions, for which she serves as artistic director. One of its early manifestations was the company Contraband, launched as a performance group and research ground combining the principles of contact, systems of the body and spiritual practice into a unified system of research. Among her awards are a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship, 7 Isadora Duncan Awards, including a special achievement award for “erasing time: celebrating 30 years a radical dance legend” (Sara Shelton Mann with David Szlasa and Norman Rutherford), Djerassi Artist in Residence Awards, Headlands Center for the Arts Residency 2016, Lifetime Achievement Bay Guardian Award, 10 Women Who Made a Difference, Bay Guardian "Goldie" Award, Foundation for Contemporary Arts Grants to Artists award (2016). Her Movement Alchemy training is an ongoing teaching project and is influenced by certifications and studies in the metaphysical and healing traditions. Sara’s performance work is a platform for collaboration and research in consciousness.
Christine Bonansea is a US-European dancer and choreographer with 17 years of international experience in conceiving, directing/choreographing and performing movement-based works. She creates performances, installations, and films. She is the Artistic director of Christine Bonansea Company, founded in 2010. Defined by expressive, virtuosic, improvisation-driven movement, her work inhabits an experimental, interdisciplinary, and collaborative environment in which other media – theater, video, visual art and design, spoken word, and music – play an important and integral part. Having studied Modern Literature at Paris’ La Sorbonne, she cites writers and philosophers as major influences.
Bonansea received the french national graduation in contemporary dance and studied dance with such luminaries as Regine Chopinot, Catherine Diverres, Mathilde Monnier, Ralph Lemon, Anna Halprin, Nancy Stark Smith. She’s also an accomplished dance teacher in both professional performative and therapeutic setting.
She collaborated and performed with internationally artists such as, Nita Little, Katie Duck, Kathleen Hermesdorf, Sara Shelton Mann, Faustin Linyekula, Tino Sehgal, Yoshiko Chuma. In New York City, Bonansea’s work has been presented by Danspace Project, Dixon Place, movement research at the Judson Church, JACK. Her dances have also been developed in art residencies and commissioned by numerous venues and festivals worldwide, including YBCA, ODC Theater, San Francisco International Arts Festival, and The FRESH Festival (San Francisco); Headwater Theater (Portland); Atlantic Center for the Arts (Florida); Earthdance (MA), Artscape (Toronto); Whenever Wherever Festival (Tokyo); The Centre Nationale De la Danse (Paris) and at DOCK11 (Berlin). http://www.christinebonansea.com/
Yannis Adoniou, Athens, Greece is an acclaimed teacher, dancer and choreographer. He has created many leading roles and toured extensively in Europe as well the North and South Americas. He is the Artistic director of the critically acclaimed dance company, KUNST-STOFF founded in 1998 with Tomi Paasonen in San Francisco, CA and Artistic advisor at the professional school Dansarte Centre for Dance and Arts, in Patras, Greece. His last projects where presented by Marina Abramovic Institute, NEON, Athens Biennale and the Athens Video Dance Project. Adoniou has frequently been in collaboration with nationally known composers, and visual and media artists. His production, “Rebetiko”, on the music of Minos Matsas sung by Catherine Clambaneva, received critical acclaim and toured in the USA and Europe. In 2017 traveled to Kuwait, invited by the National Opera Kuwait to choreograph the production “Memoirs of a Sailor” with a great success. Adoniou works in Dance, Film, Opera and takes active roles as a Dancer/Performer, Curator, Producer, and Educator. www.kunst-stoff.org
Jorge De Hoyos is an American dancer and choreographer based in Berlin, Germany since 2012. He studied Cultural Anthropology at the University of California at Santa Cruz until 2007 and became active for five years in the dance/queer/etc performance community in San Francisco, California where he also got certified in Permaculture Design. As a dancer/performer he collaborates with Meg Stuart/Damaged Goods, Keith Hennessy, and Sara Shelton Mann among others. As a choreographer, he has presented his own work in San Francisco and Berlin. He is currently studying in the SODA (Solo/Dance/Authorship) Masters Program at HZT/Universitaet der Kuenste. www.jorgedehoyos.com
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