I EYE I is a project by Dan Su. It includes a video installation and a trio choreography.
The piece will be shown at Tanzfabrik in Kreuzberg, Berlin, on June 30th & July 1st, 19:00.
Dancers: Dan Su, Bartek Mikuła and Raquel Ruiz-Cecconello.
Music in collaboration with Cravune
Bits & Pieces: https://www.tanzfabrik-berlin.de/en/events/752/2018-06-30-19-00
Photo by Sebastien Terrie
Music for Polyxeni Angelidou and Sofia Karagiourgou’s performance The Glory Of Decay.
NAH DRAN, June 9th and 10th, 2018, 20:30 – Ada Studio, Berlin.
Tanzforum Berlin: http://www.tanzforumberlin.de/produktion/the-glory-of-decay/
“Establishing their own chronology, two bodies set in binary opposition disrupt and transgress the laws of time. In this heterotopic landscape symbols and fictions of Western Culture succumb to the will of nature. Places, icons, systems of power and knowledge, and reflections of the contemporary status quo are violently invaded by external forces. Here stable structures deteriorate and parasitic elements take hold. The object decomposes and in order to evolve, adapts to survive. The body and its freedom of movement is in turn affected and changes. The autonomy of the body‘s rhythm and its verticality becomes platform of an emergent symbiosis and exchange.
Polyxeni and Sofia started working together last fall. This piece will be the first result of their collaboration. They investigate ways of collaborative authorship and they are focused on transmitting meaning through minimalistic choreographic compositions.“
Creation & Dance: Polyxeni Angelidou, Sofia Karagiorgou
Stage Design : Karla Marchesi
Costumes: Cristina Lelli
Artistic Management & Management: Gabi Beier
Media Relations: Silke Wiethe
Technical Management: Ansgar Tappert
Funded by the Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe.
Ready to Explode will be part of Tanzfabrik‘s Bits & Pieces by the students of the intensive dance program, June 1st and June 2nd, 2018 at Uferstudios
Music and found objects’ sounds manipulation by Cravune.
Concept and choreography by Dan Su.
The piece is based on complex interactions among an ephemeral installation, the audience, the performers and the sounds, to probe and examine how contemporary dance could be a way of communication.
Dan Su website
Two 60″ tracks by Cravune will be part of Mischa Kuball‘s light and sound installation res∙o∙nant at the Jewish Museum in Berlin
Jewish Museum Berlin
Video installation, 7’39”
Concept and choreography by Dan Su
Music by Cravune
Presented at Tanzfabrik, Berlin, February 2018
Concept and choreography by Alessia Lovreglio Wilson
Performed by Ana Luisa Novais Gomez
Video footage by Roberto Cinconze
Editing by Matteo Maffesanti
Music by Cravune
Stonebeads video choreographed and performed by Jozefina Frljić
Video editing by Cravune