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Recording: 2017-06-24 , NAH DRAN 63 | ada Studio (Video © Walter Bickmann)

Follow Through Collective & Co.

Be-Longing

NAH DRAN 63 | ada Studio in den Uferstudios

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Every home is as individual as the people inhabiting it. Home is a drawing of the Self; a picture of who we believe to be. Feeling at home somewhere is not as easy as building a house. So what is it that makes us feel at home? How can we integrate ourselves into a society and what does it take to make strangers feel welcome?

The Follow Through Collective approaches these questions by the means of dance and film, thus making personal reflexion tangible for the audience. Whilst the two dancers indulge in a sensible interplay of dance, theatre and music, the viewer is invited to change perspective by means of a multi-channel film projection. Locations and movement complement each other in film sequences, with the recorded dance giving a new meaning to the different settings.

Greta Gauhe gained a First Class (Hons) degree in dance theatre and a Diploma in dance studies at Trinity Laban in London. She had the chance to work and collaborate with choreographers such as Marie Gabrielle Rotie (butoh), Sonja Rafferty, Sasha Waltz, Anna Williams and Matthias Sperling. During her stay in London she participated in workshops and had apprenticeships with companies such as Hofesh Shechter, Akram Khan and Candoco Dance Company. In 2014 she presented the duet “Destructive Lover” by Maria Lotha at the City of London festival and at the Bonnie Bird Theatre. Her own piece “Dis-Appear” premiered in London and was selected to be shown at a final degree show. Since 2016 she has been involved in different dance and performance projects in Berlin and is a dancer at theTanzSpeicher in Würzburg.

Romane Petit was born in France, she trained in “Ballet Junior de Geneve” (GENEVA, Switzerland) and at Codarts, University for the arts in the Netherlands. While studying she performed works by choreographers such as Idan Sharabi, Barak Marshall, Jiri Kylian, William Forsythe, Stijn Celis, Ken Ossola, Alexander Ekman and Gustavo Ramirez Sansano. Following her studies she danced with Skånes Dansteater, at first as an understudy, “PLAYGROUND” (including pieces of Ben Wright, Liat Dor and Nir Ben Gal, Alexander Ekman) and after she performed “Sentinel” of Antony Hamilton, “Weather” of Lucy Guerin and “Rikud” of Liat Dor and Nir Ben Gal. Since 2017 Romane is a new member of the Follow Through Collective & Co. in Berlin.

Ella Funk is a Visual Artist from Berlin. In 2012 she had an internship as a photography and post production assistant for Jonas Unger, who is a fashion and portrait photographer in Paris. The same year she started her studies in Visual Communication at the University of Arts Berlin. After working on numerous short film projects, she finally concentrated on Directing and Concept Development in the Narrative Film Class from Thomas Arslan where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts. Her work focuses on themes about intimacy, digital tenderness and virtual reality. She is the Visual director of the Follow Through Collective &. Co. in Berlin.

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TFB Nr. 1068

Cast & Credits

Choreography & staging: Greta Gauhe in collaboration with Romane Petit
Film and visual arts: Ella Funk

Special thanks go to David Hohenschurz for all the support and to Conny at the Uferstudios for always finding a place to rehearse for us.

ada Studio is funded by the cultural administration of the Berlin Senate.
Management / Organization: Gabi Beier
Public relations: Silke Wiethe
Technical management & lighting design: Ansgar Tappert
Thanks to the Inter-University Centre for Dance Berlin and the Uferstudios-Team.

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Video Documentation

The video documentation is produced by Kulturprojekte Berlin GmbH 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):

University Library of the Berlin University of Arts
Mediathek für Tanz und Theater des Internationalen Theaterinstituts / Mime Centrum Berlin
Inter-University Centre for Dance Berlin (HZT)

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