Colourful fabrics meet with delicate sounds und subtle noises in ›What we move, what moves us‹, a transformative performance for children over the age of three. In collaboration with textile designer Nadine Geopfert, choreographer Lucia Glass takes us into a world of fanciful forms and movement where everyday objects, items of clothing and bodies can swap their characteristics and roles. In an imaginative series of ever transforming scenarios brought to life by dancer Eva Svaneblom everything is possible. The scenery can be put on, a costume can eventually turn into a sculpture and the body can even disappear.
After the show, the audience is warmly invited to experiment hands-on with the types of materials seen in the performance during a 30 minute workshop lead by the artists.
Choreography, concept: Lucia Glass
Textile design, stage concept: Nadine Geopfert
Dance: Eva Svaneblom
Sounddesign: Lorin Strohm
Production: Lucia Glass
Co-production: K3/Tanzplan Hamburg
Support: Cultural office of the City of Hamburg, Hamburg Culture Foundation
In co-operation with KinderKinder e.V.