Moving Words – 4 evenings composed by Mette Edvardsen – Saturday 18 April

Saturday 18 April

• Fantasmical Anatomy Lesson#1 The tongue, Desire for Language  by Anne Juren @ 19.00 (*duration 55 minutes)
• Between what is no longer and what is not yet by Juan Dominguez @ 20.30 (*duration 60 minutes)
• Music For Lectures/ Every word was once an animal by Jonathan Burrows, Mette Edvardsen, Francesca Fargion,  Matteo Fargion @ 22.00 (*duration 35 minutes)

TICKETS
MOVING WORDS PASS – 4 Evening Pass


Fantasmical Anatomy Lesson#1 The tongue, Desire for Language by Anne Juren

Over the past few years, Anne Juren has been unfolding a Fantasmical Anatomy as real as a piece of bone. Seeking to expand the concept of choreography in her work, Juren’s distinctive practice challenges boundaries between public and private, between outer and inner space, by trespassing normative boundaries and experimenting with kinaesthesia, poetry and sensuality. Fantasmical Anatomy Session creates a visual, sound and sensory landscape, and proposes a fantasmagoric and delirious journey around and inside bodies, where dysfunctional relations and unimaginable actions can take place, troubling the relations between inner and outer space. Each lesson is a performance exposes and treats a different body part with the dynamics of desire, through voice, writings, sensorial embodiment and different corporealities.

Lesson #1 The Tongue, desire for language

Concept, Text and performance: Anne Juren
Extra Performance:  Linda  Samaraweerova
Light: Bruno Pocheron
Sound: Paul Kotal
This project is supported by MA7 and UNiarts (Stockholm).


Between what is no longer and what is not yet by Juan Dominguez

Domínguez wants to suspend events and create an interval of time in which he can try to integrate his past into his future. He will translate his visions and his desire to encounter the unknown through language. Dominguez is working alone for the first time in 14 years. Back then he choreographed his work with labeled cards for the audience to read. Now, he will speak himself and give rise to a self-portrait that cites, in the broadest sense of the word, himself and some of his friends.

Conceived and performed by Juan Domínguez

Juan Dominguez production with the support of Tanznacht Berlin and Tanzfabrik Berlin/ apap-advancing performing arts project – Performing Europe 2020 / EU – Creative Europe Programme.

Executive production by Manyone

www.juandominguezrojo.com


Music For Lectures/ Every word was once an animal
by Jonathan Burrows, Mette Edvardsen, Francesca Fargion, Matteo Fargion

In this lecture with live music Mette Edvardsen will speak about language and repetition as material in her work. What does it mean to do the same? What does it mean to do something again? Every word was once an animal is part of Burrows and Fargion’s Music For Lectures series, which aims to collide academic practice with the actuality of performance and continues their recent practice of creating in proximity and collaboration with the work of other artists.

Text by Mette Edvardsen
Music by Jonathan Burrows, Matteo Fargion and Francesca Fargion

Mette Edvardsen is structurally supported by Norsk Kulturråd, BUDA Arts Centre Kortrijk, APAP network (EU), is currently a research fellow at Oslo National Academy of the Arts.

Jonathan Burrows and Matteo Fargion are co-produced by PACT Zollverein Essen, Sadler’s Wells Theatre London and BIT Teatergarasjen Bergen