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Music for “Reflexo”, a performance by Roland Walter and Carmen Volpe

Reflexo
“Kann ich mich so zeigen wie ich bin? Schäme ich mich dafür?”

Premiered at Theaterhaus Mitte in Berlin, October 28th, 2018
Choreography and performance by Roland Walter for Rolands Küra and Carmen Volpe
Original music by Cravune
Visuals by Roland Walter include elements of Spiegel Im Spiegel by Arvo Pärt
Moderator: Matthias Vernaldi
Photo: Christian Kühl

 

 

Dan Su’s “I EYE I” at Tanzfabrik, Berlin

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

VIDEO:

Vicarìa EP

All sounds recorded in Via Vicarìa Vecchia, Napoli.

The original version of Vicarìa is included in the album Figures, available on Detriti Records, Berlin (DR035).
Download and limited run of cassettes.
Link: detritirecords.bandcamp.com/album/cravune-figures

Track 2 is produced by Jhon Christian Cardenas.
© & Ⓟ 2018, !NERTIA Sonic Arts/Copyright Control.
Bandcamp: inertiasonicarts.bandcamp.com
Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/nertia-1/
Facebook: facebook.com/inertia.sonicarts

Artwork by Valentina Piccinni taken from “Forcella”, a series of photographs by Valentina Piccinni and Jean-Marc Caimi.
© 2015, Caimi-Piccinni/Copyright Control
Website: www.caimipiccinni.com

Graphic design and lettering by Kendal Baynon for tr0pisms.

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“Ready to Explode” performance at Uferstudios – Berlin

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

Uferstudios