Hypothetic Bodies
Julia Karen Turbahn
Simone Gisela Weber
30. July 2021
Fri 30.07.21 16:00 Uhr
Uferstudio 6

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30. July 2021, 16:00 Uhr
Description

Hypothetic Bodies is a performative work about the potential of moments of in-between. An accelerated body is examined for moments in which it repeatedly stands on the threshold of action and pausing. Through micro-movements, detailed gestures and gradual changes in the intensities of movement, a fragile body is created that makes another temporality and thus potentials of possibility in a movement sequence tangible.
The work will be shown online as a film in cooperation with the Maschinenhaus Essen in September 2021. As part of AUSUFERN, the team of Hypothetic Bodies will open its rehearsals and invite you to see live excerpts from the work and to participate in the rehearsal process.

Supported by Fonds Darstellende Künste with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media and Kunststiftung NRW.

Performers

Concept, choreography: Julia Karen Turbahn, Simone Gisela Weber | Performance: Simone Gisela Weber | Sound: Nikola Pieper | Costume: Bettina Mileta | Light and stage: Hanna Kritten Tangsoo | Technical director: Hanna Kritten Tangsoo | Production: Alexander Schröder | Video: Svenja Schulte

More info (and reservation options)

The participation of the event is free of charge. Registration is mandatory! Registration possible HERE. Check-in for all events will be at the entrance of Uferstraße 23. We ask for compliance with the applicable distance, mask and hygiene regulations.

Ticket price
free admission

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