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Lo and Behold - Abyss X, Battle-ax, FRANKIE, Hunt, Maria Metsalu, Stina Force, Ultrademon

Lo and Behold - Abyss X, Battle-ax, FRANKIE, Hunt, Maria Metsalu, Stina Force, Ultrademon

The new LO AND BEHOLD series of events combines experimental sounds and performative practices, looking for sensory perspectives in the theatre space between noise and soft acoustics.

date: 07.10.2023
place: Tanzquartier Wien

Theory: Open Reading Group on Class/ism

Theory: Open Reading Group on Class/ism

After a lab and a Research Affiliation in spring, we invite anyone interested in the topic to a monthly reading group where we can explore new ideas, discuss texts, debate concepts and share experiences and visions. Hosted by Anna Leon.

date: 11.10.2023 to 13.12.2023
place: Tanzquartier Wien

Salon Différance: Kunst & Gewalt

Salon Différance: Kunst & Gewalt

Kunst & Gewalt is is the fourth edition of our event series Salon Différance – a cooperation between the Centre for Science and Research (ZWF) of the Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna (MUK) and Tanzquartier Wien.

date: 12.10.2023
place: Tanzquartier Wien

Olivier Dubois & BODHI PROJECT: COME OUT

Olivier Dubois & BODHI PROJECT: COME OUT

A hypnotic ballet for 21 dancers to a legendary composition by Steve Reich.

date: 13.10.2023 to 14.10.2023
place: Tanzquartier Wien

CPA: Claudia Bosse, Alexander Gottfarb, Ian Kaler, Costas Kekis, Linda Samaraweerová / Robert Jíša, Oleg Soulimenko & Jasmin Hoffer

CPA: Claudia Bosse, Alexander Gottfarb, Ian Kaler, Costas Kekis, Linda Samaraweerová / Robert Jíša, Oleg Soulimenko & Jasmin Hoffer

During the CPA, you will be able to immerse yourself in six choreographic worlds in special screenings. The film programme presents artistic cinematic works that are explicitly not conceived as documentaries of performances.

date: 19.10.2023 to 21.10.2023
place: Tanzquartier Wien

CPA: Michael Turinsky "Precarious Moves"

CPA: Michael Turinsky "Precarious Moves"

In "Precarious Moves", Michael Turinsky continues his research into choreographic gestures in the context of politically motivated aesthetical concepts.

date: 19.10.2023
place: Tanzquartier Wien

CPA: Mzamo Nondlwana "Dance for the Future"

CPA: Mzamo Nondlwana "Dance for the Future"

"Dance for the Future" taps into the collective consciousness, sharing experiences during a pandemic while reinforcing the power of community as a form of healing.

date: 19.10.2023
place: Tanzquartier Wien

CPA: Amanda Piña / nadaproductions "Exótica"

CPA: Amanda Piña / nadaproductions "Exótica"

"Exótica" sees itself as an homage to all those forgotten performers of colour who did not find a place in the canon of dance history and are only now slowly being rediscovered.

date: 19.10.2023
place: Tanzquartier Wien

CPA: Philipp Gehmacher "The Slowest Urgency (an environment)"

CPA: Philipp Gehmacher "The Slowest Urgency (an environment)"

Philipp Gehmacher has been developing his unique movement vocabulary for 20 years. In "The Slowest Urgency", he is looking for an urgency that manifests in bodies: to move the things that move us.

date: 21.10.2023
place: Tanzquartier Wien

CPA: Alix Eynaudi "BRUNO"

CPA: Alix Eynaudi "BRUNO"

Named after the light designer Bruno Pocheron, a collaborative partner of Alix Eynaudi since 2005, the piece features a cluster-like light sculpture which sprouts and transforms itself into a musical instrument through the sound design of Paul Kotal.

date: 21.10.2023
place: Tanzquartier Wien

Florentina Holzinger: Ophelia’s Got Talent

Florentina Holzinger: Ophelia’s Got Talent

In the twilight of the "Age of Aquarius", there’s a shift away from technological innovation towards humanitarian concerns and collective responsibilities. The narratives of Ophelia’s heiresses have inevitably resurfaced to float like a carpet of algae above the depths and abysses they at once cover.

date: 21.10.2023 to 24.10.2023
place: Tanzquartier Wien

Laura Anderson Barbata "Julia Pastrana’s Long Journey Home"

Laura Anderson Barbata "Julia Pastrana’s Long Journey Home"

In performances, zines, videos and a book, Anderson Barbata sheds light on how the systems that justified Julia Pastrana’s exploitation still operate today.

date: 25.10.2023
place: Tanzquartier Wien

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