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May 01, 2020 to February 28, 2021
Anna Holter online
Moving Isolation II


Choreographer and Tanztendenz-member Anna Holter shows us her version of international cooperation in times of Corona - a diary with dancers from Vienna, via Stockholm to Warsaw and San Francisco.

View here part 2 Moving Isolation II

Moving Isolation is a digital dance project, with dancers from all over the world. It is an attempt to document and describe what we, individually and together, are facing right now. In early April, isolated and quarantined, we decided instantly to meet. Our first meeting resulted in a video clip, released shortly after on social media. Now, we would like to share with you our second one!

Dancing is movement, meeting is movement, solidarity is movement - living is movement. But how can one move in a time of isolation?

With Covid-19 we are facing challenges never experienced before. Here, in our artistic diary, movement, together with thoughts and reflexions about the lock-down are presented. Each of these meetings are proposing a dialogue and an exchange about the unwished-for situation. We meet “separately” – but we move “together”. Because this is not limited to ONE country, ONE dance company, ONE culture institution, we are all in this together!

Realized through Anna Holter + Company
In collaboration with Goethe-Institut Schweden

Artistic team
Initiator and project leader: Anna Holter
Choreographer: Adrián Castelló, Bernadette Leitner, Bernardo San Rafael, Carolina Czechowska, Chiharu Mamiya, Darwin Diaz, Elena Kofiná, Elisa Marschall, Francesca Perrucci, Hayato Yamaguchi, Iza Szostak, Karen Bößer, Paula Helander, Phaedra Pisimisi, Ruth Rebekka Hansen, Yuta Hamaguchi, Anna Holter
Music: Toni M. Dobrzanski
Film editing: Anna Holter
Dramaturge: Johannes Schmid

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