YES CONTOURS TIME DISORIENTATION XT
first artistic part of the research project "Address me as a location at Uniarts Helsinki**
Choreographic research Juli Reinartz
in collaboration with Liz Rosenfeld, Tanja Erhart, Giulia Paolucci & Daria Dominique Dönch
Performance Daria Dominique Dönch, Tanja Erhart, Juli Reinartz
Lights Hanna Kritten Tangsoo
Sound Iftah Gabbai
Set Juli Reinartz in collaboration with Giulia Paolucci
Live audio description in German Emmilou Rössling from Gravity Access Services Berlin. www.jesscurtisgravity.org/access and https://www.facebook.com/Gravity-Access-Services-Berlin-101930788429813 Funded by Tanzpakt Reconnect
Camera Camille Lacadee
Technical direction Daniel Paiva de Miranda
Production Monica Ferrari, Hanna Kritten Tangsoo
Funded by Senate Department of Culture Berlin, Theater Academy in Helsinki and Gravity Access Services. Supported by DIEHL+RITTER/TANZPAKT RECONNECT, which is funded by the German Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media as part of the NEUSTART KULTUR initiative
YES CONTOURS TIME DISORIENTATION XT is a performance on choreographic strategies of disorientation, not only in space or time but also in feeling. It plays with what is recognised as a body in order to find moments of new affinities. Disorientations make it possible to search for locations that accommodate our bodies.
YES CONTOURS TIME DISORIENTATION XT is the first artistic part of the doctoral research project “Address me as a location” at the University of the Arts Helsinki. The research is funded by the Senate Department of Culture Berlin in the frame of Our Dance / PSR, the Theater Academy in Helsinki and Gravity Access Services. www.jesscurtisgravity.org/access, https://www.facebook.com/Gravity-Access-Services-Berlin-101930788429813. Supported by DIEHL+RITTER/TANZPAKT RECONNECT, funded by Beauftragte der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien im Rahmen der Initiative NEUSTART KULTUR. Hilfsprogramm Tanz
YES CONTOURS TIME DISORIENTATION XT is a first research outcome and public exam of the doctoral research project “Address me as a location” at the University of the Arts Helsinki.
The show begins between 7 and 7.30pm and will last around 2 hours. Audio description and sign language will be available (please contact us if you have a question), the space is wheelchair accessible. A stream will be available from 7.15 pm under https://youtu.be/mEE7AuGAlbU
"The rethinking of access in choreographic terms is an important contribution not only to dance, but to the entire field of choreographic politics. How is access created or made impossible in and by movement? How can methods of softness be put to work outside of dance to challenge the normalizing power of choreographic politics, the normalized movement patterns it creates as well as the normalization of moving bodies?"
Gerko Egert, https://probehandeln.blog/soft-architecture/