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May 15 to 16, 2017 / 7 pm
DANCE 2017: Nicole Peisl
Vielfalt I & II (world premiere)

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Nicole Peisl's work creates a space where simple design elements generate a field of tension, which creates for the audience a diversity of ideas, perceptions, notions, and sensations. Diversity I thrives on dynamics, a method of "getting involved"; it's more a relationship than a form. Diversity II – even more opened up – allows a playful situation to evolve, where what one senses and perceives receives a name. A conversation that is very humorous and physically very intelligent brings strange things and also comforts and inconveniences to light. The dancer (she was a member of William Forsythe's ballet company in Frankfurt from 2000 - 2004), choreographer, performer, and lecturer Nicole Peisl allows an energetic field to develop that is marked by what is currently taking place, by what just took place, and by what is just about to take place. The situational choreography also illuminates the interplay between the somatic complexity of the movements and the surrounding relationship field.

World premiere: Monday, May 15, 7 p.m
Another performance: Tuesday, May 16, 7 p.m
Artist talk: May 16


Vielfalt I
Choreography: Nicole Peisl
Dancers: Elena Gianotti, Satu Herrala
Dramaturge: Johanna Milz
Vielfalt I is a Forsythe Company production for Motion Bank

Vielfalt II (world premiere)
Choreography: Nicole Peisl
Dancers: Johanna Milz und Nicole Peisl
Assistant dramaturge: Frederike Thielmann
Lighting und technical assistant: Ulf Naumann
Vielfalt II is a Pathos Munich production

www.dance-muenchen.de


Venue
schwere reiter
Dachauer Straße 114
80636 München
Tram 12, 20, 21 or Bus 53
Station Leonrodplatz

www.schwerereiter.de


Tickets
Coasts: 16,- / 10,- erm.
Online: www.muenchenticket.de
Ticket telephone: 089 / 54 81 81 81


Tanztendenz Munich e.V. is sponsored
by the Munich Department of Arts and Culture
  Nicole Peisl

After she had been a member of William Forsythe's ballet company in Frankfurt Nicole Peisl completed training in Visionary Craniosacral Work®, a form of non-invasive bodywork, and she completed training in Somatic Experiencing in 2013, which was developed by Dr. Peter A. Levine. She was a consultant choreographer for the performance group Mamaza, and a consultant to the School of Dance and Circus (DOCH) in Stockholm. She has been working regularly since 2009 with the author and philosopher Alva Noë in the fields of creation, research, and teaching. Since 2014 she has been delving deeper into her research of the body, movement, and consciousness as part of a doctorate at the University of California, Davis.