Emanuel Gat (FR | IL)

It's people, how abstract can it get ?

Tanz im August

“It's people, how abstract can it get?" is a photographic installation which speaks of the priority of the individual experience. All photographs were taken during rehearsals of "The Goldlandbergs", with the only light source being the natural light, capturing a group of people in a darkened space engaged in a choreographic moment. A beauty not of perfection, but one born out of vulnerabilities, uncertainties, doubts and opportunities.

Co-production Festival Montpellier Danse 2013

In cooperation with Berliner Festspiele


Production: Emanuel Gat


  • Past
    Fri 23.8.2013, 18:00 / Haus der Berliner Festspiele


Haus der Berliner Festspiele
Schaperstr. 24, 10719 Berlin

The Haus der Berliner Festspiele in Schaperstraße 24 has wheelchair access without steps to the foyer and to the auditorium on the ground floor. A wheelchair accessible lift is available for the upper foyers. This lift is equipped with tactile lettering. There is a WC on the ground floor for persons with restricted mobility.

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