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WIEDERAUFNAHME Named After  
16. bis 17.05.2015 ein Tanzstück von Margaux Marielle-Tréhouart und Elik Niv in Kollaboration mit Katharina Lüdin
 
TANZ 20.30 Uhr im DOCK 11  
  beteiligte Künstler: Elik Niv, Margaux Marielle-Trehouart  

Named After

Named After

Spieltermine im DOCK11:

Vorstellungen am 16. und 17. Mai, jeweils 20.30 Uhr

 
DOCK 11, Kastanienallee 79, 10435 Berlin

Ticketreservierung: ticket@dock11-berlin.de

Es ist der Tag danach. Nach irgendwann. Die Einwohner dieser Gegenwart haben ihr Jetzt, um sich von ihrem Gestern zu erholen. Untereinander, miteinander, gegeneinander decken sie nach und nach auf, wer sie sind und wer sie waren. Sie befinden sich im gleichen Raum, an einem trüben Morgen, im Dunst eines unangenehm verkohlten Geruchs, noch verkatert von der vergessenen gestrigen Nacht, zwischen den leisen Geräuschen ihres Frühstücks. Sie kennen sich kaum und sind gefangen in der Zuflucht ihrer verwirrten Gedanken. Es entwickelt sich ein Bewusstsein, das mit den Grenzen der Realität spielt. Ihre Beziehung ist ein Nachhall, eine Erinnerungssuche. Sie tauchen ein und erkennen, was vergessen wurde, was vergessen werden sollte und was vergessen bleiben wird...

Sie treffen sich in Rückblenden und Erinnerungen. Sie nutzen den Körper des anderen, um sich an den eigenen zu entsinnen und das Unbekannte zu entwirren. Aber wie viel wollen sie wirklich aufdecken? Körper betrügen manchmal ihre Besitzer, ihre bewussten Entscheidungen. Darum wissen sie, dass sie sich in Gefahr begeben, wenn sie sich von ihren Stühlen erheben und ihren Beziehungsnachwirkungen freien Lauf lassen. Sie wissen nie, wovon sie gelenkt werden. Von ihren Instinkten? Einer sprachlosen Erinnerung? Einer stummen Begierde? Einem unbewussten Antrieb? Sartre schrieb: „Die Hölle sind die anderen.“ In dieser Performance setzen sich die Bewohner einer höllischen Gegenwart dem Zitat von Sartre aus und erkennen, dass ihre Geschichte vor ihnen und den anderen enthüllt wird. Dabei manipulieren und akzeptieren sie ihre aufgedeckten persönlichen Macken und Eigenarten gleichermaßen.

 

Choreographie / Tanz: Margaux Marielle-Tréhouart, Elik Niv
Dramaturgie / Lichtdesign / Sounddesign / Produktionsassistenz: Katharina Lüdin
Foto: Dieter Hartwig

Tickets: 14.- Euro / 9.- Euro erm.

 

Named After

It is the day after. Now as the after of sometime. The inhabitants of this present have their now to recover their yesterday. Within each other, with each other against each other they reveal little by little who they are or who they were. But for now they share a room, a blur morning in the shade of a bred toasted smell , hang overed from the oblivion of yesterday night, in the silent noises of their breakfast. They hardly know each other and find themselves trapped in the smoky shelter of their thick head/confused mind. Consciousness develops then playing with the borders of reality. Their relationship is an after math, a memory quest. Diving there will reveal them and what has been forgotten, what has been wanted to be forgotten, what is gonna stay forgotten…
They meet in flash backs and in memory… they have each other’s bodies to remember their own and repuzzle the unknown. But how far do they agree to reveal? Bodies sometimes betray their owner, their conscious decisions. So they know they expose themselves to danger when they decide to get off their chair and start to develop their after math relationship. After as in an after math morning, we never know what we are lead by. Instinct? An unspeakable memory? An unsayable desire? A senseless drive?... Sartre used to say “Hell is the others”, in After, the inhabitants of this infernal now confront themselves to the Sartre No exit quote by accepting of revealing their story to themselves and the others, manipulating both at the same time and taking the risk to accept their potential hidden quirks.

Choreography / Dance: Margaux Marielle-Tréhouart, Elik Niv
Dramaturgy, light and sound design and assistance: Katharina Lüdin
 
 
Tickets: 14.- Euro / 9.- reduced price
 
 
 
Margaux Marielle-Tréhouart was born in 1991 in Paris. She starts dance in the age of 6 at the Conservatoire National de Région of Grenoble, France where she follows a ballet and contemporary education until she graduates with honors in contemporary dance. In parallel, Margaux studies six years piano and she enters the acting department of the Conservatory for one year right before entering the Folkwang Univerity of Essen, Germany in 2009. She graduates from the Folkwang in July 2013 with a Bachelor in Dance Interpretation and collaborates during those 4 years dance education with the acting and physical theater department of the school.
As she already started in her study time, Margaux keeps on working with different companies or people (Claudia Castellucci/ Societas Raffaello Sanzio, Compagnie Choses dites, Pierre Audi…) as a dancer, an actress or a choreographer of her own pieces like her solo “Corps du délit” which she toured already in different evenings or festivals (Wuppertal, Essen, Amsterdam, Karlsruhe, Bochum, Grenoble). Since September 2013, Margaux works for Sasha Waltz and Guests.
 
 
Elik Niv studied dance at the „Sadana Performing Arts School - Kibbutz and the „Gaaton & Talma Yalin Art School“ in Tel Aviv. After his education he worked with several choreographers like Susanne Linke, Josef Tmim and Rami Levi in Israel. He also worked in different dance companies like DeDe Dance, Moza and Vertigo Dance Company

In 2005 he moved to Germany to work as freelanced dancer in Berlin. He collaborated with choreographers as :
-Martin Stiefermann / Staatstheater Oldenburg
-Susanne Linke
-Mirela Waingarten / Komische Oper,
-Nir De Volff / Total Brutal
- Santiago Bloom - Die Geschichte Vom Soldaten eli
-Since 2009 was creating and performing with the company Constanza Macras / DorkyPark , as well he working as a rehearsal manager in several of the company production.
- 2013-2014 worked in Shasha Waltz & guest company for ZKM project and Tannhäuser

Katharina Lisa Lüdin, born 1990 in Basel, Switzerland, is a dramaturge, director and writer. She startet her career with acting in a young touring theatre in Bochum, Germany. The last years she did a lot of theatre/stage-work in different positions and places in Germany, for example Ruhrtriennale and Theaterhaus Stuttgart as an assistant director or stage- and costumedesigner.
For the last two years she writes, directs and produces her own film- and stageprojects as a freelancer. Her work includes also a lot of stage-, scene- and sounddesigns.
Further she worked as a first assistant director for some shortfilms, for example for Anatol Schusters "A perfect place", which gained 2015 the Berlinale price "Dialogue en perspective".
Katharina lives in Berlin.

 

 



 

 

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