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bodies resituated

CAT OPEN 2009
part of MAK NITE©
Tue, 27th October 2009, 8pm

MAK-GEGENWARTSKUNSTDEPOT
Gefechtsturm Arenbergpark
Dannebergplatz / Barmherzigengasse
A-1030 Vienna

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bodies resituated experiments with the intersection of architecture and moving bodies. The rough and huge exhibition space on the 8th floor of the Gefechtsturm in the MAK-Gegenwartskunstdepot contrasts with the detailed and fragile performances of Doris Stelzer. In collaboration with the performers Lieve De Pourcq, Gabriel Schenker and the musician Werner Möbius, performative segments of Stelzer’s works will be separated from their usual stage-setting and are newly situated in the exhibition space. Thus moving sculptural images evoke new perspectives and interpretations.

Doris Stelzer’s work (choreographer and biotechnologist) focuses on the representation of bodies and their appearance in different media. Stereotypes and attributed roles are analyzed, questioned and transformed into movement-statements. For the MAK NITE these movements will be de- and re-contextualised in a new setting.
 
bodies resituated is based on the dance-performances shifted views and views in process that deal with male and female clichés. shifted views, the performance with the blue shoe, was premiered at the ImPulsTanz-festival in 2007. views in process was developed and performed during a residency at K3 – Zentrum für Choreographie / Tanzplan Hamburg at Kampnagel Hamburg in 2008.

Concept, Choreography Doris Stelzer (A)
Performance, Choreography Lieve De Pourcq (BE/A), Gabriel Schenker (BR/BE)
Liveelectronics Werner Möbius (A/UK)
Soundconcept, Liveelectronics Mariella Greil (A/UK), Werner Möbius (A/UK)
Light Andrea Korosec (A)
Production dis.danse
Production Management Stefanie Fischer
PR SKYunlimited
Thanks to WUK
Support Cultural Section of the City of Vienna, the Art Section of the Federal Chancellery of Austria

see gallery!

 
SEE THIS SOUND, hear this movement?
 
Performance in the frame of the exhibiton SEE THIS SOUND, Promises in Sound in Vision
Thursday, 29th October 2009, 7pm

Art Museum Linz
Ernst-Koref-Promenade 1
A-4020 Linz
 
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