|WIEDERAUFNAHME||AMMO-NITE GIG Vol.33 / improvisation series|
|26. bis 27.03.2011||Butoh/Dance/Music/Art mit Yuko Kaseki und Gästen
|PERFORMANCE||20.30 Uhr||im DOCK 11 Saal1|
|beteiligte Künstler: Yuko Kaseki|
AMMO-NITE GIG Vol.33 / improvisation series
Ein Spielfeld fuer Experimente und Improvisation von Butoh / Tanz / Musik
AMMO-NITE GIG organisiert Yuko Kaseki und wird (un)regelmaessig im Dock11 präsentiert.
Raum verändern, Zeit verwechseln, Realität ta(ä)uschen...
Work in progress
“Different Types of Silence”
Silence is golden, silence is erasing.
A new interdisciplinary dance work taking as its theme the space that connects silence to a diverse range of ideas and experiences, such as infinity, the moon, shame culture, death, peace, solitude, insects, a burst of light, or an automotive accident.
Performance: Yuko Kaseki, Isak Immanuel, Diego Agulló und Gäste
Musik: Jeff Gburek
Licht: Martin Capatinta
8-15 Euro sliding scale
Yuko Kaseki lives and works as a freelance dancer, choreographer and teacher in Berlin since 1995. From 1989 to 2001, Yuko was the primary dancer in Anzu Furukawa's company Dance Butter Tokio and Verwandlungsamt. Yuko founded the dance company cokaseki with Marc Ates in 1995 and produced various projects with visual artists such as Chiharu Shiota, Francois Giovangigli, Søren Dø and musicians such as Antonis Anissegos, Axel Doerner, Andrea Neumann, Aki Takase and others. Solo performances include Tooboe (nominated “Outstanding Production” by The Dora Mavor Moore Awards 2007 in Toronto), Kudan (nominated Toyota Choreography Award in Tokyo), a Way a Lone a Last a Long the, and UNSPELLED. Ensemble works include all A lone, Ame to Ame and Let my Fish Loose (nominated no-ballet in Ludwigshafen), performed throughout Europe, Canada, Mexico, the USA and Japan.
Yuko organizes the improvisation series “AMMO-NITE GIG” (-Vol.32 on going), performing with international performers and musicians in Berlin.
Since 2001 she has worked with inkBoat (San Francisco) on productions such as Cockroach, Onion, Glass Head, c(H)ord (receiving Outstanding Ensemble Performance by Isadora Duncan Dance Award 2008, SF), inkBoat/cokaseki production Ame to Ame (receiving the best ensemble performance by Isadora Duncan Dance Award 2004, SF) and various improvisations. Yuko also collaborates with Floor of Sky/Tableau Stations (SF), CAVE (NY), the disabled theater company Theater Thikwa (Berlin) and others.
Diego Agulló, has a background in philosophy, martial arts and football. Since 2005 is based in Berlin mainly working with music, video and performance. He presses orange juice every morning.
Since march 2007 he organizes CUE once a month in Berlin, www.cue-ifyouneed.org, project chosen for the 2008 Matadero Madrid Contemporary Creation Grants. Currently he collaborates with Play Berlin organizing TamTamTam. It´s now or never.
He divides his time between Amsterdam and Berlin, in collaboration with the SNDO (The School for New Dance Development) and performing in international festivals like iDANCE in Istanbul, , Something Raw Frascatti in Amsterdam, Plateaux in Frankfurt, Biennale in Bonn, Context #7 HAU Berlin, Tanztage Berlin, Vilnius Biennale, Baku Biennale. He waters stones since 1995.
His Video works have been featured in international festivals like 57 Berlinale Filmfestspiele Panorama section 2007, MONA Detroit´s Contemporary Museum, Dance Theater Workshop New York, Asahi Art Square Tokio, Cinedans Amsterdam, Thessaloniki Film Fesival, Xtend2010 Digital Media Center Oxford, Athens video art, Experimenta Club Casa Encendida, POOL 07 Dock 11, Musée des Abbatoirs Toulouse .
Currently he works with Dimitry Paranyushkin developing the survivor technic called Transnomia. PACT Zollverein will their residency during February and March 2011.
Isak Immanuel is an interdisciplinary artist and choreographer living and working in the San Francisco Bay Area and amidst travel. Working site-specific to city and landscape, theater, gallery, and for camera, he has done solo and collaborative work throughout the western coast of United States, East Asia, and Europe. In 2004 he began the two part performance and exhibition series Tableau Stations / Floor of Sky as a context to explore experimental collaborations and work engaged with the questions of site, transit, and the absences and inversions of quotidian life. Recent work has been done as Artist in Residence at Fabrica Europa in Italy, Dock 11 in Berlin, Taipei Artists Village and the HweiLan International Artists Workshop in Taiwan, CESTA (Cultural Exchange Station Tabor Arts) in the Czech Republic, and at New Langton Arts, CounterPULSE and Djerassi in the San Francisco Bay Area. In January 2009, photographs from his work "Clothes x Sun" were featured in ballettanz ("Europe's Leading Dance Magazine"). For 2010, he was a recipient of an Artist Fellowship apart of the Japan-US Friendship Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts. Notable movement/performance work has been with: Anna Halprin (Tamalpa Institute/SF Dancers’ Workshop), Katsura Kan (Saltimbanques), Thomas Langhoff (Munich State Opera/SF Opera), Koichi and Hiroko Tamano (Harupin Ha), Yuko Kaseki (cokaseki), Shinichi Iova-Koga (inkBoat), William Dere (UC Berkeley), and Lu Yi (San Francisco Circus Center). He holds a BFA from California College of the Arts studying with notable visual artists Raymond Saunders, Barron Storey, and Chris Johnson among others. He grew up on the mesas of Taos, New Mexico and the inner-city area of East Los Angeles. www.tableaustations.org
Jeff Gburek was handed up out of Earth by Erichthonios into the arms of Athena, at that time doubling as a Buffalo, New York hotel. Taught to sing ritualistically by his mother's frying bacon somewhere between the cradle and the grave, he traveled, first west, then east, then straight up on rails of fawn's light, carrying a small leather bag of black Tibetan dirt, a misbehaving horde of sine waves and disorderly instruments and a perennially new wife shaped like a violin. Musician, poet, theorist, teased-out practical critic of Polish trains and guide to both the wide avenues and narrow black alleys and back kitchens of common daily life, Gburek's musical compositions continue to gain currency in the overall world effort to sound the fractal substantiality of thought, feeling, the gut instinct of needing socks and wanting, always, better boots, or that sense of act and creation that is both refining, whose sharp regard makes cuts in the ankles of every favorite tree in the forests of wood, words and sound. Go to wherever he says he will be, and listen up." --Stephen Ellis