Campus Nord, Philippstraße 13, Haus 3
06.11.2019, 7 p.m.
By means of performative installation, dance, sound and language the performance A.E. questions how new techniques and technologies affect our relation to other genres, objects and to our own physique. The participating performers become animated, hybrid figures whose movements oscillate between natural and artificial codings – open to multiple modes of appearance and viewing.
The anatomical auditory of the Tieranatomisches Theater provides the historical context of dissecting gazes as constructions of the supposedly own and other. These acts of anatomical as well as metaphorical ‘dissection’ are to undergo a critical revision in which the borderlines between the human and the non-human expand and enter new entanglements. The spectators become witnesses of the dance-anatomical explorations and – all together with the dancers – form resonance spaces for past, present and future physicalities. What will come to light?
A.E. Anatomie.Evolution.Anfang.Ende … is premiered on 6 November and is the new dance performance by the artist Mariola Groener and the dancer Günther Wilhelm, who have been working together under the label WILHELM GROENER since 2001.
Regular 12 €, concessions 8 €
Ticket sale at the box office, admission 1 hour before the start of each performance
Reservation via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Concept & production: WILHELM GROENER – Günther Wilhelm & Mariola Groener, performers: Oliver Connew, Daniella Eriksson, Mariola Groener, Aya Toraiwa, Günther Wilhelm, technical support: Andreas Harder, Jan Römer, sound: Rudi Fischerlehner, dramaturgy: Holger Hartung, production: Elisa Calosi, press/PR: AugustinPR, assistant: Stephanie Pröm, TA T-Team: Felix Sattler (curator), Caspar Pichner (stage), Luise Wolf (press).
A WILHELM GROENER production, supported by the Basisförderung der Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa. In cooperation with the Tieranatomisches Theater – Exhibition Research Space at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and the Institut Chorégraphique International – CCN Montpellier.
The performance is part of the Berlin Science Week 2019.