Programme

Eszter Salamon

MONUMENT 0.7: M/OTHERS

DanceTanz im August

90 Min

Human relations are radical points of resistance, says Eszter Salamon. In empathy with female subjectivities several of her works focus on feminist genealogies and transgenerational relations. “M/OTHERS” reconsiders the structures of generations by exploring the mother-and-daughter relation. It offers an occasion to move away from social norms and inspire our imagination to open new modalities of action, feeling and perception. This is the second time Salamon asks her mother to perform with her. “M/OTHERS” is envisaged to be developed further by transmitting it to various mother-daughter couples.

Cast

Concept, Artistic Direction, Choreography: Eszter Salamon, Eszter Salamon / With: Erzsébet Gyarmati, Eszter Salamon / Scenography: Sylvie Garot, Eszter Salamon / Lighting Design: Sylvie Garot / Assistance Rehearsals: Liza Baliasnaja, Boglàrka Börcsök / Production & Organisation: BotschaftGbR / Alexandra Wellensiek, Studio E.S. / Elodie Perrin

Dates

  • Past
    World Premiere
    Sat 10.8.2019, 20:30 / St. Elisabeth-Kirche
    Sun 11.8.2019, 20:30 / St. Elisabeth-Kirche
    Mon 12.8.2019, 20:30 / St. Elisabeth-Kirche

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  • Credits

    Commissioned by Nataša Petrešin-Bachelez, If I Can’t Dance I Don’t Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution, Amsterdam. Coproduction: If I Can’t Dance, I Don’t Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution (Amsterdam), Project Arts Centre (Dublin), ménagerie de verre (Paris). Funded by: Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa, the Regional Directory of Cultural Affairs of Paris – Ministry of Culture and Communication, NATIONALES PERFORMANCE NETZ (NPN) Coproduction Fund for Dance, which is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.

    In cooperation with Kultur Büro Elisabeth.

Notes:

No seating

#berlinscene  #feminism  #relationships  #society  #worldpremiere 

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Location

St. Elisabeth-Kirche
Invalidenstraße 3, 10115 Berlin

The main hall can be reached by wheel chair from the side ramp