Schubot / Gradinger-Marathon


ca. 9 hours

The duo Schubot/Gradinger, familiar in Berlin and internationally known even beyond the dance scene, has developed a quite original and distinct aesthetics and language of movement in their work together over the past four years. With extreme physicality and radicality, but at the same time in fragile situations of supreme intimacy, their works are constantly revolving around the question: How can we exist together?

In SOON YOU ARE THEIRS, Jared Gradinger and Angela Schubot will present the cycle of their work together to date. The highlight will be a marathon and, as finale of the retrospective, a remix of the three revived duets.
Marathon-Programme 26.4.2014, from 15:00 / HAU1+3

15:00 / HAU3
Schubot / Gradinger what they are instead of Robert Byrnes Inversion: The Pulsating Motion of a Dancing Geometry

17:00 / HAU1
Schubot / Gradinger is maybe

Installations / HAU1
Rahel de Joode Space In-between Martin Clausen Ich bin die Füllung von innen Adelita Navas Videyra Ayahuasca ceremony

18:00 / HAU1
Tian Rotteveel Flipsides / Spectral concert

20:30 / HAU3
Schubot / Gradinger LES PETITES MORTS - all my holes are theirs

22:00 / HAU3
Schubot / Gradinger LES PETITES MORTS - i hope you die soon Robert Steijn Death Ritual

A retrospective by Jared Gradinger and Angela Schubot in collaboration with HAU  Hebbel am Ufer. Supported by Regierenden Bürgermeister von Berlin – Senatskanzlei – Kulturelle Angelegenheiten.


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