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PREMIERE 6/52°32’N13°25’E/09062011 / Eden Session Fiction(?)#0  
09.06.2011 Location #1 : Eden***** Studios Berlin - eine Installation von Kellokumpu / Roumagnac
 
TANZ 17.30-20.30 Uhr im EDEN*****  
  beteiligte Künstler: Simo Kellokumpu, Vincent Roumagnac  

6/52°32’N13°25’E/09062011 / Eden Session Fiction(?)#0

6/52°32’N13°25’E/09062011 / Eden Session Fiction(?)#0

we open the installation for free, from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm 

The spectator is invited to take a « first step » in our program of sites specific & choreography : 6 /..°..’ N. .°..’ E/….2011 (title : number of people working in / latitude & longitude of the site / date of the presentation) in Eden***** / Berlin.

Launched as a one-shot « public open doors » after our 5-weeks residency working with/in the Eden***** Studios in Berlin and before our take-off for our « premiere » in Finland, this event will be proposed as an installation which will « reveal » the studio of our rehearsals, at the same time « loaded » with the material traces (constructions, projections, tracks) that we have overlapped here but also inevitably emptied of their embodiments at the moment of our guest's visit. Both showed “for what it is » or « it has been », that is to say, a place of trials and desires (fiction ?) and also “inhabited/shaped” according to its specific toponymy – the Eden – rich in promises (fiction ?) of metaphorical abuses.

The true paradises are the paradises we have lost. Marcel Proust (fiction ?)

With (differed) Satu Rekola, Anne Pajunen, Katariina Karlsson & Jarkko Lehmus

Supported by: Arts Council of Finland, Finnish Cultural Foundation, Kuopio
Dance Festival, Fullmoon Dance festival and le vrac.
 

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Kellokumpu / Roumagnac und ihr Team werden nach ihrem 5-wöchigen Arbeitsaufenthalt im Eden***** am 9. Juni 2011 das Publikum, zu einem besonderen "Lokal-Event", willkommen heißen. Es handelt sich hierbei um die Vorpremiere einer Serie von zusammenhängenden Stücken, welche im Jahr 2011/2012 im Rahmenprogramm verschiedenster Europäischer Festivals uraufgeführt werden.


Mit 6 / ..°..’N ..°..'E / .. .. 2011 wollen wir einen experimentellen Prozess weiterführen, der bereits 2010 in unserer ersten Zusammenarbeit mit dem Opera House Helsinki entstanden ist. Die kontextuell zusammenhängenden Stücke stellen ein Mittel zur kritischen Reflektion der historischen, architektonischen, politischen und symbolischen “Frameworks of Spectacle” dar, welche performativ und insbesondere durch das Medium 'Tanz' präsentiert werden.

Unser Wunsch ist es zum Einen das Bewusstsein des Besuchers auf die sozialen Konventionen und Mechanismen des Spektakels aufmerksam zu machen, und gleichzeitig durch die Erzeugung einer temporären örtlichen Distanz unterschiedliche Betrachtungsweisen aufzuzeigen. Simo Kellokumpu (FI.), Vincent Roumagnac (FR.)



Mit: Satu Rekola, Anne Pajunen, Katariina Karlsson & Jarkko Lehmus

Gefördert von: Arts Council of Finland, Finnish Cultural Foundation, Kuopio Dance Festival, Fullmoon Dance festival and le vrac.

 

VINCENT ROUMAGNAC
Born 1973. Roumagnac has an artistic background as stage director and visual artist. After years of transdisciplinary experiments on
multimedia art he currently works on inducting his different tools into dialogs with other artists. Via exhibitions, installations,
performances and films Roumagnac holds exchanges with the audience. His projects have been exhibited and performed in different
European and international venues and biennales in France, Germany, Buenos Aires, Tokyo, Helsinki, Beijing.
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SIMO KELLOKUMPU
Born 1972. Simo Kellokumpu has studied choreography and dance in the theatre Academy of Finland in Helsinki. After graduating he
has been working as a freelance-choreographer and dancer. His choreographies has been performed in numerous different festivals and
venues in Europe since 2003. In 2006 the piece Raw Dog was chosen in Aerowaves Festival in the Place Theatre in London. In 2010
Kellokumpu was commissioned by the Finnish National Ballet to direct a new piece for its contemporary repertoire. His choreographic
research explores the legacy of modernity in dance. For each creation he processes within a dialogue with other artists and media. Based
in Berlin.



 

 

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