FLUSS

Third part of the Trilogy of Spectatorship- A Choreographic Parcours

FLUSS, the finale of the Trilogy of Spectatorship, showcases a choreographic parcours that gently breaks open the performance space. Right at the start, four dancers invite the audience to leave the theater with them and then to return, this time all together. This little journey that audience and performers go on forms the channel for a choreography that falls into line with the steps of the audience before flowing onto the stage once more. The performance space becomes a fluid zone, destabilizing the relationship between viewer and dancer, dismantling the traditional space arrangement of stage and house to make way for a corporal experience.

 

“(...) the final part of Beyer’s trilogy – preceded by Love (Liebe) in 2015 and Glass (Glas) in 2016 – makes a strong statement about the relationship between dance and audience. This is due to the quality of the performance, of course, but also to the gracious sincerity that permeates Beyer’s approach to her theme.”

Falk Schreiber, Hamburger Abendblatt, 01 December 2017

TEAM

Concept/Artistic Direction

Jenny Beyer 

Dance/Choreography

Jenny Beyer
Chris Leuenberger
Matthew Rogers
Nina Wollny 

Music

Jetzmann 

Dramaturgy

Igor Dobricic
Anne Kersting

Costume

Gloria Brillowska

Light

Henning Eggers 

Assisstance

Michal Freriks 

Production/Press

Stückliesel

PREMIERE

29. November 2017, Kampnagel Hamburg

further performances: November 30 – December 2, 2017 at Kampnagel Hamburg

FLUSS is a production by Jenny Beyer, co-produced by Kampnagel Hamburg, funded by the Hamburg Department of Culture, the Hamburg Cultural Foundation and the Fonds Darstellende Künste, supported by residencies at the O Espaço do Tempo/Montemor o Novo Portugal and the Tanzhaus Zürich.
Fotos: Thies Rätzke, Wolfgang Unger (info@wolfgangunger.de)
OPEN STUDIOCollaboration