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You and me, we are brothers.
That’s why I could easily call you my enemy. Someone who sets traps and invents obstacles in order to get me off track and make me lose my direction. You know a lot about me. More than others. But I have decided not to see you as my enemy, but as a mystery, like I see myself. That’s the more challenging way. But I feel, that digging deep enough and going far enough will make me find something familiar in you. Something I trust. Something that will bring me joy. I care for you.
After finishing her study in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, Sita Ostheimer joined MS Schrittmacher in Oldenburg, worked with Itzik Galili in Groningen and Krisztina de Chatel-Amsterdam. In 2008 she joined Hofesh Shechter Company in London. As a choreographer she created ‘Noble thinking’ (2011), ‘Accompany’ (2012) and ‘Dissimilar foxes’ (2014) for Shechter’s IN GOOD COMPANY. As a freelance Choreographer she created ‘Metanoia’, ‘Balter’, ‘Chasm and Molimo’ with her own company. ‘Ubuntu’ – Bodhi Project Sead Salzburg, ‘Mangata’ – Frontier Danceland Singapore, ‘Eigenrausch’ – CobosMika Spain, ‘Creatures of the wild’ – b12 Berlin, ‘Nobody ‘Cept You’ – Verve Leeds and ‘Spechies Pitches’ – Folkwang University Essen. In addition she works as Shechter’s choreographic assistant, re-staging his work at companies such as NDT I, Staatstheater Kassel, where she has also been rehearsal director 2014-2015, Ballet Basel, Staatsballet Berlin, Aterballetto, Staatstheater Darmstadt/Wiesbaden, Paris Opera Ballet. She teaches regular Intensive Workshops and classes around the world.
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Cast & Credits
Choreography: Sita Ostheimer
Dancers: Manuel Molino, Jonathan Sanchez
Music: Sita Ostheimer
Light-design: Barnaby Booth
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):