“Zeitwanderung” was a guided tour through the city in the frame of “Remembering the Future – 40 years of Tanzfabrik Berlin and Open Spaces/Sommer Tanz 2018. More than 50 participants took part in this big group journey by foot and train across the districts Kreuzberg, Tiergarten and Wedding on the trail of Berlin’s recent dance history. On the […] Read more – ‘Zeitwanderung – Berlin (2018)’.
Hidden Traces is a collaboration between Gabriele Reuter and Mattef Kuhlmey. It is a sound journey discovering the streets around The Place. It is a self-guided tour for all ages, tracing the many identities of this ever-changing neighbourhood throughout the past decades and into the present. Childhood memories of local residents from the 1950s onwards are […] Read more – ‘Hidden Traces – London (2016)’.
A collaboration with sound artist Mattef Kuhlmey (GER) Part sound technology lecture, part dance performance, this is a lecture about sound and space. Scientific knowledge, practical demonstrations, individual and collective experiments will help to understand how acoustic waves work, how they shape and reshape the empty space around us. Together with the audience, we investigate […] Read more – ‘The Amplitude – Lecture (2016)’.
A collaboration with sound artist Mattef Kuhlmey (GER) Movement and sound collide in space. The empty room is abundant with invisible material. Movement that is heard, felt and sensed in the body. Sound constantly shaping and reshaping the room. By tuning into the simple idea of the acoustic wave, The Amplitude reveals relationship between sound […] Read more – ‘The Amplitude – Performance (2016)’.
A collaboration with sound designer / composer Mattef Kuhlmey (D). This sound installation invites its audience on a choreographed sound journey through several rooms and back corridors of the former factory building Alfred House in Sneinton Nottingham (Backlit Gallery). Urban sounds, historical recordings and interviews with local residents will bring the building’s hidden spaces and […] Read more – ‘Hidden Spaces #1 : Sneinton (2014)’.
The English-German co-production ‘tourist’ brings slapstick, loud costumes, impossible magnetisms and large black holes onto the empty space of a stage. ‘tourist’ is a strange visitor to the world of contemporary dance. Three performers invade theatres, audiences, impossible landscapes, imagined territories with humour and resilience, finding themselves out of place and unsettled. Tourist invites the […] Read more – ‘Tourist (2010)’.
In this solo, a performer explains her world in word and gesture. She opens invisible doors, explores empty places and uncovers forgotten corners. Blending text and movement with philosophies on time and space, Inventory/Räumung investigates the process of continuous listing, defining dance and the space in which we dance. Charming, humorous and honest, this piece […] Read more – ‘Inventory/ Räumung (2008)’.
Two parallel worlds, connected via TV and video links, become a performance space, interface and playground between the audience and performers. RELAY dares you to disguise, transform and question roles, identities and realities, creating a performance unique to the audience on the night. Determined by your choices and engagement with the performers – your willingness […] Read more – ‘Relay (2006)’.
foto: Stephan Grosse Rueschkamp During an initial two week residency at Tanzfabrik Berlin in August 08 we dedicated time to each artist’s individual solo work and had the chance to give and receive feedback and mentoring support through each other. We also found a first joint performance core which was mainly a listing of material […] Read more – ‘Inventory / Itinerant (2008)’.