Monday | 19.12.2011
Irina Müller: In a Lightscape
In a Lightscape explores one of our essential perceptions: seeing light. The work in progress, that will be developed into a full length piece in 2012, looks at light reaching from natural phenomenon to scientific fact and up to its physical consequences.
By and with: Irina Müller
Ligia Manuela Lewis: simply ir*resist*ible
Manuel Pelmus: Preview
“Manuel Pelmus creates visibility for the context of his work. The dependence, the interconnection of the soloist body with contemporary history, ideology and politics for one thing by directing the attention to possible interpretations of his own works.” (Sandra Noeth)
Concept, choreography & cast: Manuel Pelmus / Produced by: Bandlien/Pelmus, Coproduction: Centre National de la Danse Paris, CDU Zagreb, Theorem, CNDB Bucharest
Tuesday | 20.12.2011
19.30h – 21.30h ongoing
An Kaler and Antonija Livingstone
Selected Videodocuments An Kaler/Antonija Livingstone
19.30h – 21.30h ongoing
Frederic Gies: Anatomica Virtualis
A salon of applied virtual anatomy, with books, dances and drawings.
Thanks to William Wheeler and Stefan Pente
21:30 Feature Film Surprise
A very special treat from Living Room Festival, for all of us who love dance, the color red, music and shoes.
Wednesday | 21.12.2011
Antonia Baehr: A Self-Portrait
“For Ida is a living room video-film, made as a soltaire in a country house living room with nothing else than a computer and a head full of warm thoughts dedicated to a lovely wife.” – Henry Wilde
Post Production: Mikko Gaestel
Starring: Henry Wilde
Thank You: Famille Masbou, Marei & Hannes Wendt, Ulrich Baehr, Bettina von Arnim, Isabell
Spengler, Daniel Adams, Nanna Heidenreich, Lucile Desamory, Sabine Ercklentz, Andrea Neumann,
Arantxa Martinez, William Wheeler, Nicholas Bussmann, Anna Clementi & die Maulwerker, Maria
Falconetti & Carl Theodor Dreyer, Gertrude Stein, and Ida Wilde
Antonia Baehr, mas de Rau, 2009-2011
Lea Martini and Diego Argulló: I AM A FAN
An infinite research of the generic fans Diego Agulló and Lea Martini
I AM A FAN is a celebration of the adoration we all need.
And it is YOU whose face we will think of before we fall asleep,
whose smell we will never forget.
You have changed our life!
Angela Schubot: Untitled
Knowing about the highest pleasure by regarding the greatest possible unknown I want to
fathom the border of calculability and play with it. Am I able to do something, where my
ability of identification just keeps up with. What I’m able to let enter, just so.
Ehud Darash: About Resilience
About Resilience is an in-progress lecture performance made in collaboration with the choreographer Arkadi Zaides and the video artist Na’ama Landau. It is part of a research project that has started this summer in Israel and will continue in Europe until the middle of 2013. In it, I will be talking about the project, will screen a movie documenting its Israeli phase, present a dance, and will open a dialog with you about the practice of resilience.
Diane Busuttil: Living room legend
This short film was created at PACT Zollverein in Essen Germany as part of an artist residency in 2007. It was created as an insert to the live theatre piece titled Living Room Legend.
Busuttil drew inspiration from the mother character in the film ‘Requiem for a Dream’, she explores themes of loneliness, disillusionment and unfulfilled dreams; these themes are transformed into the character’s tumultuous journey through tragedy, sex and spaghetti.
Concept, direction and performance: Diane Busuttil
Camera: Andreas Liebmann
Edit: Bartholomew Sammut
Music: Laura Scarborough
Diane Busuttil: Sour-Mash
Sour Mash is an experiment using the elements of choreography and camera combined. We played with the idea of maintaining a focus for the choreography to be structured in and around the limitations of the camera frame, it turned out to be a very playful result.
Directed by Diane Busuttil and Laura Scarborough, 2006
Edit: Laura Scarborough
Music: Sour Mash Hug Band
Margrét Sara Guðjónsdóttir: Variations on Closer
Dedicated to a shared real time experience which allows for intimacy between the performer and the audience and investigates how it feels to be on either side.
Concept/choreography-direction: Margrét Sara Guðjónsdóttir
Choreography/performance: Laura Siegmund
Sound: Peter Rehberg
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