by Danilo Andrés / Performance Dance
20h - 22h
How savage can be the taste of vulnerability?
OMINOUS is an exaltation of the dreaming humours of the body by shifting between extreme saturation and the vacuity of subtle sensual textures. The performers work on a fragmentary space where fantasy, beliefs, dreams and personal archetypes appear as material for a new weird alphabet.
In the daydreaming landscape performative perspectives unfold as love, anger and intimacy is examined.
The first movement-spell of a trilogy for 5 female performers, with: Judith Förster, Sophie Mars, Bernardita Villarroel, Miriam Bach, Sonja Riegert.
Direction & Choreography by Danilo Andrés
Music Design by Nicolas Mores
Picture from Craig Murray films
5-8e / suggested donation
Judith Förster works as a costume designer, choreographer and performs herself. Her works tiptoe between choreography and visual arts. She investigates the transformation and translation of bodies and shapes into material, which can be cropped, smudged, sliced and put together again.
Sophie Mars is a performance artist from 'nowhere' interested in participatory, sensory and immersive work exploring collective and spontaneous energy and idiosyncratic ritual as new means of viewing and transforming space both physically and ontologically.
Bernardita Villarroel is a chilean dancer and choreographer, she has worked in different projects related to dance and video, mainly dancing/choreographing for music video clips, movies and researching in the video dance format.
Miriam Bach is a Berlin based dancer and performance artist. She graduated with a BSc in Psychology from Leiden University (The Netherlands) in 2017 and subsequently completed Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company’s MASA programme (Israel). Over time, Miriam has undergone training in various dance styles such as Contemporary Dance, Gaga, Classical Ballet and Vouging.
Nicolás Mores Born in Santiago de Chile, currently lives and works in Berlin. He graduated as a Sound Engineer and Documentary Filmmaker. His interest in music arose at an early age influenced by the music of the 70s and 80s, playing in Hardcore-punk, Kraut-rock & noise bands.
Danilo Andrés ('Trauko') is a dancer/choreographer and visual artist based in Berlin. His work in visual, sonic and performance art has always been interrelated, and is signified by incorporating multiple forms of media such as sculptural headpieces, costumes, photography and video, with several languages in performance.
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