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GASTSPIEL Corps Tete  
20. bis 21.12.2013 ein Tanzstück von Rosalind Masson und Jack Webb
 
TANZ 20.30 Uhr im DOCK 11  
  beteiligte Künstler: Rosalind Masson, Jack Webb, Jan Hendrickse, James T Mackay  

Corps Tete

Corps Tete

Spieltermine im DOCK 11:

Vorstellungen 20., und 21.12., jeweils 20.30 Uhr

Einer Reihe von choreographischen Aufenthalten in Edinburgh, Berlin und New York folgend, performen Jack Webb und Rosalind Mason „Corps Tete“, mit der musikalischen Begleitung, speziell für das Stück komponiert von Jan Hendrickse und James T. Mackay.
Diese einzigartige Kollaboration ist ein Zusammenspiel von Bewusstsein und Praktiken, entstanden aus einer glücklichen Begegnung. Der Prozess wurde von Daniel Squire, Performer, Lehrer, Kurator und ehemaligem Tänzer der Merce Cunningham Dance Company erdacht und begleitet. Das vorliegende Szenario entstand aus ausgeprägter choreographischer Einzelarbeit von Masson und Webb für sich und für
einander. Eigenwillige Energie trifft auf flüssige und dynamische Form. Ein Mann und eine Frau entdecken verschiedene Seiten einer Münze. Die entstehenden Qualitäten geben voneinander und vom Betrachter ein Abbild, finden seinen Nachhall in den Zuschauern durch Ton und Bewegung. Ein Dialog wird von den Künstlern kreiert, durch Interaktion, Anstrengung, Zusammenfluss und Transformation.
 

“There are no truths but only interpretations” Nietzsche

Rosalind Masson war zulest in dem Film „The Time it Takes“ von Katrina McPherson und Simon im DOCK 11 im Rahmen von POOL 13 zu sehen.

Choreographie | Tanz: Rosalind Masson, Jack Webb
Origianal-Musik: Jan Hendrickse, James T Mackay

Gefördert von: Creative Scotland
Unterstützt von Tramway, Dance Base und Catalyst (Edinburgh) sowie Laborgras (Berlin)

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Corps Tête
Rosalind Masson and Jack Webb

“You could say this is a coming together of chalk and cheese” The Herald

Two Choreographers. Four solos. One piece.

Following a series of intensive choreographic research residencies in Edinburgh, Berlin and New York; Jack Webb and Rosalind Masson will perform Corps Tête with music composed for the work by sound artist Jan Hendrickse, and DroneShaman James T. McKay of The Cosmic Dead.

Corps Tête is a full length dance performed and created by two contrasting choreographers and rising talents of Scotland´s dance scene. The work was created following Masson and Webb’s interest in extending their choreographic practice beyond themselves. This unique collaboration is a meeting of minds and practices born from a serendipitous encounter. The work was conceived and mentored by Daniel Squire, performer, teacher, curator and former dancer with Merce Cunningham Dance Company. This concept evolved as Jan Hendrickse and
James T. McKay’s input influenced the work from a sonic perspective, pushing it beyond its perceived limits.

Idiosyncratic energy meets fluid and dynamic form, a man and woman explore different faces of the same coin. The resulting qualities reflect upon one another and the viewer, resonating to the audience through sound and movement. A dialogue is created by the artists through interaction, struggle, confluence and transformation.

“Spikey and sparky with the contorted angularities that his own body crumples and coils into with alarming spontaneity.” The Herald


Choreography / Performers: Rosalind Masson, Jack Webb
Original music: Jan Hendrickse, James T Mackay
Lighting Design: Brian Gorman




Jack Webb is a choreographer, dancer and teacher who has performed with, and continues to perform for, a wide range of companies and choreographers in the UK and Europe. He has steadily received increasing attention and appreciation from critics, producers, dance agencies and audiences in the UK and Europe. He is a choreographer who is committed to the development of new, experimental and progressive choreography and dance. His work has been presented in major festivals and venues in the UK and Europe to audience and critical acclaim since 2006. www.jackwebbperformance.com

Rosalind Masson
has been making and performing dance professionally since 2006. She lives and works in Berlin and the UK collaborating with musicians, composers and dance artists. In the visual arts she has appeared in the work of Pablo Bronstein and Linder Sterling. In 2009 she travelled to New York to work at Movement Research, where she was exposed to artists who continue to inspire her today. In Berlin she is part of the Renaissance Project at Laborgras, a practice based research into the importance of movement. http://www.rosalindmasson.moonfruit.com



 

 

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