Thursday 15.10.2020 | 18:00 - 22:00 | Free admisson
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We are happy to launch the new season of Public Research at Vierte Welt with the work of choreographer Netta Weiser. Radio-Choreography is an artistic research exploring radio as a site for choreographic creation as well as an archival space, with a focus on dance practices created by female choreographers during times of migration. Elaborating radio's abilities to cross borders and amplify marginalized narratives, this research explores the transmission of dance works by contemporary choreographers working between the Middle-East and Europe, as well as traces of border crossing found at the margins of the Deutsches Tanzarchiv Köln.
Radio-Choreography is an invitation to recalibrate our senses and listen to dance. We turn to the ghostly space of radio as an alternative site for choreographic knowledge production, as a means to connect while acknowledging gaps and explore the poetics of displacement which are inscribed in our bodies.
In this public research event Netta Weiser will share excerpts of the research process and invisible dances with the public. Stay tuned.
Radio Choreogrpahy is devised by: Fransien Van der Putt, Miriam Schickler, Anna Leon, Dominique Tegho, Azadeh Nichliani, Mriam Althammer, Julia Turbahn and Netta Weiser.
This research is supported by Fonds Darstellende Künste and NRWKultur Sekretariat.
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Devised by: Dirk Cieslak, Gerko Egert, Stefan Hölscher, and Netta Weiser.
Public Research is part of the program gesellschaften in the new and beautiful House of Commons, designed by Olf Kreisel at Vierte Welt.
With support of Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa, Berlin.