Alfredo Barsuglia | The Dance I Don´t Want To Remember

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FR 10. January 2014, 20:30
SA 11. January 2014, 20:30
Tanzquartier Wien / Halle G

Concert – The Best Songs
MAUSI HÖSLINGER BIGBAND & OLEG SOULIMENKO
following the performance on the 10th of January in TQW / Studios
Museumsplatz 1

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CONCEPT, SOUND: Oleg Soulimenko
CHOREOGRAPHY, DANCE: Milan Loviska, Evandro Pedroni, Olivia Schellander, Oleg Soulimenko and other guest dancers from Vienna
CHOREOGRAPHICAL ASSISTANCE, DANCE: Jasmin Hoffer
DRAMATURGY: Judith Staudinger
STAGE SETTING, COSTUMES: Alfredo Barsuglia
COSTUMES: Johanna Maria Diwold, Lisa-Marie Edi
LIGHT, DANCE: Jan Wagner
PROJECT MANAGEMENT: das Schaufenster

The Dance I Don’t Want To Remember
Première
In his new work, the Vienna-based Russian choreographer Oleg Soulimenko brings dance back to where it belongs: at the centre of our attention. A group of dancers develop their movement based on incisive, personally experienced or collected dance memories. Embedded in a space that is filled with thoughts, movements and contexts like a collage, it is not so much a question of reconstructing the dances as living through them again: without bothering about strict narrations, a complete new work emerges that nevertheless seems somehow familiar to us and which we perhaps remember deep within our bodies. A choreography that is precise and at the same time »easy going«, that honours dance, takes it seriously and applies itself to it with humour and distance, with sensuality and a love of storytelling – in order to leave it nevertheless to its very own logic of memory …