Laurent Chétouane
15 Variationen über das Offene

  • Fri 04.04.14 20 h

Philosophical writings frequently form the starting point for Laurent Chétouane’s stage works. In his latest production, the award winning director and choreographer approaches Jean-Luc Nancy’s definition of ›openness‹ as the infinity and plurality of meaning. But how can choreography be so open that form in its finiteness remains infinite? Accompanied by a live musical score for violin, viola, piano and cello, four dancers develop constellations in which they identify the multiplicity of simultaneous possibilities in space.

Eluding the security of permanency, they expose themselves to an unknown ›with‹ that manifests itself in the intermediary space between their respective bodies.

Choreography: Laurent Chétouane 
Dance: Matthieu Burner, Mikael Marklund, Senem Gökçe Oğultekin, Sigal Zouk
Music: Emmanuelle Bernard (violin, viola), Mathias Halvorsen (piano), Tilman Kanitz (cello) 
Composition: Nico Muhly, Domenico Gabrielli
Musical direction: Michael Rauter
Costumes: Sophie Reble
Dramaturgy: Leonie Otto
Light: Stefan Riccius
Choreographic assistance: Leonie Rodrian
Physical training: Patricia Brülhart
Intern: Kerstin Wagner
Production management: Christine Kammer (Büro Tom Stromberg), Hendrik Unger

Production: 15 Variationen über das Offene GbR
Co-production: Tanzquartier (Vienna), Les Substistances (Lyon), PACT Zollverein (Essen), Hebbel am Ufer (Berlin)
Funded by: Basisförderung Berlin/ The Governing Mayor of Berlin - Senate's Chancellery - Cultural Affairs, Fonds Darstellende Künste
Supported by: Dock11/Eden*****Berlin

 

 

 

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