Production Details / Press Releases
ANTHROPOMORPHA is a dance/performance solo based on the relationship between nature/animals and human beings. It is about our influence on the actual critical state of society. This piece – with an autobiographical point of view – reflects about the actual human condition on the planet and the state of the correlation humans-animals.
The work takes look at the past-present-future of mankind and its bonding to other (animal) bodies to re-imagine our place in the world, making a statement about what it is to be a human being (dis)connected to the ancestral wisdom. ANTHROPOMORPHA dares a statement on interdependence, mutualism and togetherness, it is an attempt to embody our animality and to rethink our place in the world.
Martha Hincapié Charry studied dance in her home country Colombia, and in Germany, under the direction of Pina Bausch. As a choreographer, her own creations have been invited to Festivals in Europe and The Americas. She has been awarded with several prizes and scholarships. Martha founded in 2007 the Colombian-German group PERIFERIC. She worked in Community Dance projects, among others with the Berliner Philharmoniker and with homeless kids at the National Theatre in Bucarest, Rumania.
With the support of Iberescena and the Goethe Institut she realized in 2017 an artistic residency together with the CEPRODAC in México City.
She recently collaborated with several artists like Robert Wilson, the Rundfunkchor, Teodor Currentzis/musicAeterna – Jochen Sanding/Sasha Waltz & Guests or Alexandra Pirici. Martha is artistic director of Plataforma Berlin Iberoamerican Festival and Curator of the Bienal de Danza de Cali, Colombia. She lives and works in Berlin.
TFB Nr. 1123
Cast & Credits
By and with: Martha Hincapié Charry
Künstlerische Mitarbeit: Raisa Kröger, Davide Camplani
With the support of: Iberescena, CEPRODAC México, Goethe Institut Bogotá, Nicola Campanelli, Federrico Polucci, Fadi Waked
Thanks to: ProCat Colombia, Carlos Castaño, Diego Zarrate, WWF, Periferic Berlin / Bogotá, Uferstudios, Plataforma Berlin Festival
DOCK 11 / DOCK ART GmbH
The video documentation is produced on behalf of the Senate Department for Culture and Europe. The purpose of this contract is to document productions in the field of contemporary dance in Berlin. The master recordings are archived by the University Library of the Berlin University of Arts. Copies of the recordings on DVD are available for viewing exclusively in the reference collections of the following archives (at media desks in these institutions):