Panaibra Gabriel Canda



ca. 60 min

“Borderlines” is the last part of the trilogy “(In) Dependence.” The project began as a training programme in creative dance for performers with and with­out physical disabilities, and took place in Mozambique under the direction of Panaibra Canda. The dancers’ bodies retain traces of the physical and mental wounds that resulted from the military conflicts in their homeland. 

Part of NO LIMITS - Internationales Theaterfestival Berlin.


Production: CulturArte


Artistic Director and Choreography:: Panaibra Gabriel Canda / Interpreters:: Amelia Socovinho, Antonio Bila, Domingos Bie, Maria Tembe and Sonia Mulapha / Collaborator: : Joao Mocavel / Texts:: Panaibra Gabriel Canda, inspired from the composer Sam Cooke and various speeches / Music:: Master Chemane, S. string Jazz quartet, Alva Noto & Ruichi Sakamoto


  • Past
    Fri 8.11.2013, 19:00 / HAU3
    Sat 9.11.2013, 19:00 / HAU3


Tempelhofer Ufer 10, 10963 Berlin

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