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1905 Mal gesehen
Ort: TQW / VIE
Im Rahmen von: Performance
After “Jours Blancs” – a solo in which the female body was exposed, isolated in the reality of a bare room, and where every object represented a trigger and crystallisation surface for repetitive obsessions, Saskia Hölbling now takes another look at her anatomy of desire – more absurd, lighter.
Three women, three spaces in a state of expectation: a triptych full of intrigue in which the lines of perspective dissolve. The vanishing point moves between the bodies and the objects and permits the emergence of new action processes and new images – surreal, amusing or disturbing.
As if the painter had absented himself from his picture and only left traces behind in order to be able to follow this mysterious ceremony. As if these women alone were the creators of their own images and had become projections of their own desire, from metamorphosis to metamorphosis.
Gradually, the imaginary reality asserts itself, the courses of each dancer interlock, contaminate each other. A ritual invents itself – alone, in twos, in threes – and transforms the soulless objects, mounts them on bodies according to their own fantasies. Images of desire – on the skin, in the flesh – images that make it possible to foresee the illusions that lie beneath them. In this work, Saskia Hölbling points out the polemic between automation and the chaos of the flesh, organisation and artificiality, and questions the way in which the female body seeks to re-invent itself in this loss of contours.
Text by Gilles Amalvi
conception, choreography: Saskia Hölbling, dance, choreography: Heide Kinzelhofer, Moravia Naranjo, Virginie Roy-Nigl, music: Heinz Ditsch, lighting, technical direction: Reto Schubiger, video: Doron Goldfarb, artistic advice: Gilles Amalvi, video: Peter A. Egger. A DANS.KIAS production. Co-produced by Tanzquartier Wien, the Rencontres Chorégraphiques Internationales de Seine-Saint-Denis and the Centre Chorégraphique National de Franche-Comté à Belfort. DANS.KIAS is supported by the Cultural Department of the City of Vienna.