Dance / Installation / Live-Music
Dance, installation, music - the attempt to connect bodies and objects performing on three levels and to shed light on the changes in their relationship and function is the focus of A HOUSE, the new work of Emi Miyoshi. By means of an architectural choreography, the Japanese choreographer brings the dancers and individual objects together to form an overall object, a house that undergoes a constant transformation through the playful interaction of the actors with the material and its bodies. Together with the drummer Christian Dierstein, the stage set becomes an instrument: Objects roll through the space, commute on ropes, are pulled across the floor with ropes, the floor vibrates - a differentiated background noise is created.
Appreciating the other and integrating it into a common space is the concern of Emi Miyoshi, transported by means of abstract artistic treatment.
Concept, staging, choreography: Emi Miyoshi
Music: Christian Dierstein
Installation, stage design: Jürgen Oschwald
Dance: Lisanne Goodhue, Tina Halford, David Pallant
Dramaturgical support: Emma-Louise Jordan, Monica Gillette
Light: Conny Winterholler
Photo, Video: Marc Doradzillo
Premiere: 01.February 2018 8 pm
E-WERK Freiburg, hall
Further performances: 02., 03., 09, and 10.02.2018
In cooperation with the E-WERK Freiburg and Kunstverein Freiburg e.V.
With the kind support of the Cultural Office of the City of Freiburg, Landesverband Freie Tanz- und Theater- schaffende Baden-Württemberg e.V. from the Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts of the State of Baden-Württemberg