Interdisciplinary performance with immersive audio
Digital premiere (livestream)
SA 16.01.2021 | 8 p.m.
Dreisamstrasse 21, 79098 Freiburg
Due to the corona, the SHIBUI collective is showing its stage premiere originally planned for January 14, 2021 at the Kunstverein Freiburg on January 16, 2021, 8 p.m., on as a digital version (30 minutes) in a live stream. Then the collective gives insights into the background and the development of the performance, including the immersive audio technology used and a video documentation of the »Relay RE: search« project.
SHIBUI collective 2021
Artistic direction: Emi Miyoshi
Sound programming, sound design: Ephraim Wegner
Dance: Unita Gay Galiluyo
Singing: Winnie Luzie Burz
Video & Photo: Marc Doradzillo
Dramaturgy: Monica Gillette
Costume & set design: Charlotte Morache
Production: SHIBUI collective
In cooperation with the Kunstverein Freiburg
With the kind support of the State Association of Free Dance and Theater Workers Baden-Württemberg e.V. with funds from the Ministry for Science, Research and Art of the State of Baden-Württemberg, Federal Cultural Foundation, E-WERK Freiburg
The interdisciplinary performance "RELAY-tionship" is the second part of a trilogy by the Freiburg dancer and choreographer Emi Miyoshi, in which interconnectedness plays a central role.
The term of loneliness is symptomatic of a time in which everyone experiences social and physical isolation on their own body. Against the background of the current COVID-19 pandemic, the performance deals with questions about the emotional and physical experience of being connected to one another, the renunciation as well as the translation and outsourcing of this using media technology: How can a feeling of connectedness and familiarity without physical closeness and touching one Body are generated? Can imitations or digital surrogates even simulate a hug and let it be experienced? In the exhibition hall of the Kunstverein Freiburg, the dancer Unita Gay Galiluyo and the singer Winnie Luzie Burz will try out communication processes and instruments and make their own bodies audiovisual for the online audience using an e-stethoscope and sensors. In its work, the collective draws on the results of the dance research project Relay RE: search, which is funded by the Reload grant from the German Federal Cultural Foundation.