Production Details / Press Releases
Simultaneous and asynchronous universes influence one other, allowing the borders between them to fade. A new topography between the obvious and the mystery of the unseen is created. With object as an extension of the body, movement generates sound and music transforms the body. The transitory matter of the body is altered by the persistence of time.
Maria Colusi, originally from Argentina, is a dancer, choreographer and teacher, who worked in Argentina at the Contemporary Ballet of Teatro San Martín and Tangokinesis a.o. In Europe she worked with Sasha Waltz and Guests, Heike Henning and William Forsythe a.o. Her choreographic and interdisciplinary work has been presented at Dock11, the Festival Iberoamericano, Theater Kapelle, Acud Theater, Kühlhaus and Berliner Ensemble a.o. mariacolusi.com
Edgardo Rudnitzky, originally from Buenos Aires, is active as a sound artist, composer and percussionist. The idea of the physicality of sound and music – its natural material presence in space – is one of the central aspects in his work. His pieces have been presented at: Hunter College, New York; Prospect.1, New Orleans; 51 Venedig Biennale; Yokohama Triennale; University of Essex; Naturkundemuseum Halle; HKW, Berlin; a.o. rudni.com
[Quelle: PR-Info & berlinartsunited.com]
TFB Nr. 1196
Cast & Credits
Dance: Maria Colusi
Music, Sound object: Edgardo Rudnitzky
Costumes: Beate Borrmann
Production management: Inge Zysk
Supported by Ayres U.G
SOUNDANCE Festival Berlin is a project from b.arts.u – berlin arts united in cooperation with DOCK11, funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds, and through the friendly support of Pro Helvetia, Swiss Cultural Foundation.
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):