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Recording: 2008-10-15 , Sophiensaele (Video © Walter Bickmann)

Caroline Meyer Picard



Production Details / Press Releases

IBI = born and EJI=two

“Ibeji” is a duet created for German dancer Anna-Luise Recke and Tchadian dancer Hyacinthe Abdoulaye Tobio. Inspired by the African Yoruba Cult of Twins, it raises the question about the role of the other in the development of one’s own personality and identity. By looking for common grounds, similarities, doublings, differences between the two dancers and their approach to the body, time and space, the choreographer Caroline Meyer Picard provokes a dialogue. What expression do the extremes of “unity” and “separation” take on in this encounter of cultural concepts, perspectives and aesthetics?

Cast & Credits

Concept / choreography: Caroline Meyer Picard
Dance: Anna-Luise Recke, Hyacinthe Abdoulaye Tobio
Music: Christian Meyer
Stage design: Anne Hölck
Costume design: Manuela Pott
Light: Asier Solana
Dramaturgy / Production Management: Raliza Nikolowa
A production by Caroline Meyer Picard with Sophiensaele and Center Culturel Français de N’Djamena. Supported by the Capital Culture Fund. With kind support of the Goethe-Institut and the German Embassy in Chad. Thanks to Tanztage Berlin and DOCK 11.


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