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March 06 to 08, 2020
TANZPLATTFORM DEUTSCHLAND: Sheena McGrandles
Figured

schwere reiter tanz

Along a wall which is a recurring stage element in the work of choreographer Sheena McGrandles from Berlin, two figures are constantly reinventing/revising themselves – forward, backward, cut, start over, repeat. “FIGURED” is a constant interruption of moving bodies. In continuous new versions, previously performed movements generate multiple narratives and create illogical relations. The starting point is a reduced sequence of ten seconds, which is hyper-processed and demolished on stage throughout 40 minutes. McGrandles’ study on the represented body focuses on a complex composition and execution of the physical, revealing the absurdity and artificiality of everyday life. The live sound taken from various field recordings is fragmented and broken in a similar way. The result is a soundscape that creates a tension with detail, thereby dynamizing and amplifying it. Persistently, sometimes even obsessively, “FIGURED” adheres to detail and focuses on it over and over again.



Dates
Friday, 6. March / 10:15 pm – 10:50 pm
Saturday, 7. March / 3:00 – 3:35 pm
Saturday, 7. March / 10:15 pm – 10:50 pm
Sunnday, 8. March / 3:00 – 3:35 pm



Team
Concept & direction: Sheena McGrandles
Performers: Sheena McGrandles, Annegret Schalke
Sound: Stellan Veloce
Lightdesign: Annegret Schalke
Stage: Sheena McGrandles
Light: Elliott Cennetoglu
Outside eye: Zinzi Buchanan, Thomas Schaupp
Tourmanager: ehrliche arbeit - freies Kulturbüro


Venue
schwere reiter
Dachauer Straße 114
80636 München
Tram 12, 20, 21 or Bus 53
stop Leonrodplatz
www.schwerereiter.de


Tickets
18,- EUR / 10,- red. EUR
Pre-Sale: www.muenchenticket.de


Support: Berliner Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa, Agora MOVE Berlin


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