2019 December 12 13 14 15 | 19.30
Auf English - In English
A choreographic labyrinth: ONON looks at the things and digital systems that organize our everyday lives.
Like the systems that surround us, the people who operate them are always in action. ON ON instead of OFF. In a choreography, human and non-human elements combine to form a multi-rhythmic machine. Mobile walls form a labyrinth. Following their own rhythm, the elements move across the stage as if drawn by magic. The performers follow the mechanical choreography of this inorganic body - but not without testing their limits and possibilities of resistance. Can the system be subverted from within?
The company PUBLIC IN PRIVATE, founded by Clément Layes and Jasna Vinovrski in Berlin in 2008, investigates, reflects and questions social, political and cultural structures in its artistic works with the aim of expanding the boundaries and understanding of dance as an art form in a collaborative approach and reflecting on its media conditions.
CLÉMENT LAYES lives and works as a choreographer and performer in Berlin since 2008. At the interface of choreography, visual arts and philosophy, his works emerge from observations of the everyday life. His performances are shown internationally. Recently: Allege (2010), Der grüne Stuhl (2012), Things that surround us (2012), Dreamed Apparatus (2014), Title (2015) and The Eternal Return (2017).
CHOREOGRAPHY Clément Layes PERFORMANCE Asaf Aharonson, Cécile Bally, Nir Vidan, Mariana Vieira STAGE Jonas Maria Droste, Clément Layes LIGHT Ruth Waldeyer SOUND Steve Heather COSTUMES Malena Modéer VIDEO Christopher Hewitt DRAMATURGY Jonas Rutgeerts ARTISTIC ASSISTANCE Jasna L. Vinovrski INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION Inge Koks PR, PRODUCTION björn & björn
A production by Public in Private/Clément Layes in coproduction with Platform 0090, C-Takt, supported by the cultural department of the flemish community. Supported by the Senate Department for Culture and Europe and the NATIONALE PERFORMANCE NETZ co-production funding Dance, supported by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media. Supported by SOPHIENSÆLE, Kunstencentrum BUDA (Kortrijk), Stuk (Leuven), wpZimmer (Antwerp) and Flutgraben. Media partner: taz. die tageszeitung