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Emi Miyoshi. SHIBUI Kollektiv, HELIX, Dance and Audioperformance


Dance and audio performance


Dance and audio performance


For her new dance piece HELIX, Japanese dancer and choreographer Emi Miyoshi has invited two Freiburg musicians to experiment with the themes »life cycles« and »memory cycles«: the composer and specialist for works for cassette recorder Thomas Wenk and digital sound artist Ephraim Wegner. The central motif is the »Helix«, a three-dimensional spiral without beginning and end. Using digital sounds created analogously on cassette recorders, the two musicians, together with the three dancers Emi Miyoshi, Rebecca Jefferson and Ruben Reniers, create an audio-visual space that makes the »Helix« pull effect directly tangible.

"HELIX" is the first work of Emi Miyoshi under the label SHIBUI collective founded by her, which is dedicated to the fusion of dance with other art forms.



SHIBUI collective

Concept, direction and choreography: Emi Miyoshi

Music: Thomas Wenk, Ephraim Wegner

Dance: Rebecca Jefferson, Ruben Reniers, Emi Miyoshi

Dramaturgical support: Emma-Louise Jordan

Light: Markus Frietsch

Photo and video: Marc Doradzillo


Admission: 15, - Euro / 12, - Euro (reduced)

Premiere: 07.04.2016 (Thu) 20 clock

Further performances: 08.04 (Fri) and 09.04 (Sat) 20.00

Location: E-WERK Freiburg



In cooperation with the E-WERK Freiburg


With the kind support of: Kulturamt der Stadt Freiburg, Landesverband Freie Tanz- und Theaterschaffende Baden-Württemberg e.V. from the Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts of the State of Baden-Württemberg and the Sparkasse Freiburg-Nördlicher Breisgau.


Press: Baedische Zeitung

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