Production Details / Press Releases
To believe that each surrender would bring upon six snakes.
»Delight, Part II«is the second part in a trilogy that draws its inspiration from the painting »The Garden of Earthly Delights« by 15th century painter Hieronymus Bosch. Following a recent renewal of enthusiasm for dancing – a dance renaissance – this choreography aims to integrate different dichotomies such as pleasure/pain, predator/prey and heaven/hell. With giddiness and awkwardness, the performers enter ancient mythologies such as the story of Adam and Eve as well as nymph lore in order to seriously consider an aesthetic of delight.
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TFB Nr. 1385
Cast & Credits
Artistic direction, choreography: Asaf Aharonson
Conceptual collaboration: Maja Zimmermann
Performance: Cécile Bally, Alistair Watts, Louise Trueheart
Music, sound: Alicia Grant
Sound: Fjóla Gautadóttir
Costume: Ivanka Tramp
Stage set: Yoav Admoni
Light Design: Elliott Cennetoglu
The Voice: Caroline Alexander
Metal Workers: Gretchen Blegen und Cajsa Godee
Soundtrack: Frank Ocean, Amelia Hamrick, fragmente from the musical »Into the Woods«, Sailor J, Florence in the Machine, Alicia Keys Text: Anne Carson from »The Gender Of Sound«
Text Support: Layton Lachman
Production: Diethild Meier
Supported by Berliner Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa, Tanzfabrik Berlin, Dock11 Berlin.
Artistic director: Ludger Orlok
Production management: Juan Harcha
Organization: Vincenz Kokot
Communication, press, editorial: Felicitas Zeeden
Technical management: Martin Pilz
Festival assistance: Dominique Tegho
The performance program of the Tanzfabrik Berlin is supported by the Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe and apap – Performing Europe 2020, co-funded by Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.
Tanzfabrik Berlin / Wedding
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):