Production Details / Press Releases
“Qarrtsiluni” is a voyage to the empty space between the old and the new, charged with potential to be either actualised or unrealised. The pulsation of waiting bears in its motion the gentle inevitability of uncertainty. The quiet intimacy of the physical structure extends through the gap of speechlessness into language that thrills and radiates. Containing a pacific as vast as the ocean, the author deliberately dives into the vacuum between the stories to compose a dimension where doubt and the absence of clarity are the building blocks of clarity itself.
Anni Lattunen (Finland) is a movement artist and researcher, teacher and professional lingerer, working as an independent artist in Berlin. In her practice she combines elements from contemporary dance, somatic disciplines and meditation techniques, constructing an experiencescape of sensorial and intentional clarity. Her work has a distinct emphasis on the qualities of attention, integrity and patience, all of which become palpable through the expression of the body and the sphere it inhabits and shares. Deconstructed motion, gestures and speech merge together in a heartbeat of perception.
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TFB Nr. 1367
Cast & Credits
By / with: Anni Lattunen
NAH DRAN extended: body, text! is curated by Käthe Kopf.
Management / Organization: Gabi Beier
Technical management: Ansgar Tappert
Funded by the Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe.
Thanks to the Inter-University Centre for Dance Berlin and the Uferstudios-Team.
ada Studio in den Uferstudios
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):