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Anatomie

performance
#sensations
#Tender
17—18.11.2017

Want to combine the shows of Vera Tussing and Anne Juren? > Book a combi ticket (€ 20)

A choreography in your body

How can a mental choreography give you a sense of movement? In Anatomie, Anne Juren creates a movement score for entrails and bodily functions. While you lie on a mat with your eyes closed, she uses her voice to guide you around your body and your mind. To research this ‘dance’, Juren worked on blind spots, collaborating with visually impaired people. Their experiences became the material to create a choreography that takes place in your body.

• Anne Juren is a French choreographer, dancer and performer who lives and works in Vienna. In her work, she attempts to expand the concept of choreography by subjecting the body to a variety of physical, sensory, kinaesthetic and mental experiences. She always questions and challenges the distinction between the public and the private sphere. In 2014, she and Annie Dorsen performed Magical as part of WoWmen. 

choreographer & performer Anne Juren | light designer Bruno Pocheron | set designer Vladimir Miller | sound engineer N.N. | sound designer Céline Bernard | interview assistant and dramaturg Camille Chanel | production manager Alexander Matthias Kosnopfl | production Wiener Tanz- und Kunstbewegung, Impulstanz | support the cultural department MA7 (Vienna)

DURATION : 70 min.
LANGUAGE : English

Van kijken naar voelen

Visuele prikkels zijn in voorstellingen veelal dominant. Maar wat als je aangewezen bent op je gehoor en tastzin? Op uitnodiging van Kaaitheater en Europese partners, creëren Vera Tussing en Anne Juren werk dat mensen die ziend, slechtziend of blind zijn samen kunnen ervaren.

Meer info hier

Nagesprek

Na de voorstelling op 18/11 (om 22:00) gaan Vera Tussing, Anne Juren en Piet Devos in gesprek

Presented by
Kaaitheater The Humane Body