‘A Dancing Archive’, the new piece by choreographer Artémise Pleagearts, is currently on residency in Germany. It will premiere on November 19th at Oostblok Theatre in Amsterdam.
In August, Elisabeth will be performing ‘Historical Dances in an Antique Setting’ by Pablo Bronstein at the Tate Britain for the last time.
‘It has really been quite a special experience as you dance from morning till night as life is happening around you and people react in so many diverse manners: many smile when they walk past and old and young join in and copy moves sometimes. And in the dance you sometimes get a glimpse of the impressive and historic sculptures and paintings in the rooms next door.’
Der Spiegel / The Mirror is a new work by Finnish Company Mamia. It is a solo which will premiere in March 2017 in Finnland and tour afterwards.
From July 12th – 17th Elisabeth will participate in the festival ‘Frisch eingetroffen’ in Mannheim at ZEITRAUMEXIT. She will perform focus (II) with the performance duo Collaboration Schaitl / Costa.
As part of the project ‚A dancing archive‘ by Artémise Ploegearts, Elisabeth is spending a week in residence at SPAM! in Porcary, Italy. They are sharing the work in process on Friday, 8th July, 7.30pm at SPAM!, Italy.
The intercultural dance project ‘Tanz verbindet’ at the refugee camp Juvente Mainz received a lovely article in the newspaper Mainzer Allgemeine Zeitung.
Bringing this special project to an end, I would particulary like to thank the journalist Oliver Schäfer and equally the wonderful volunteers who supported me and this project so preciously. Thank you to Susanne & Manfred Schmidt, Svenja Pomorin, Ursula Gueth, Robin Lambrecht and Aifric Ní Chaoimh.
An extract of Elisabeth’s exhibition STADTKÖRPER, which she created in collaboration with various photographers from Berlin in 2013, is now on display at the Saatchi Gallery, London.
The specific picture has been shot by Benjamin Kummer.
More information: httpss://www.saatchigallery.com/
Where? Saatchi Gallery London, 2nd floor.
Elisabeth is very excited to be dancing in the new production of Simone Mousset, which has been devised in collaboration with Koen Augustijn. ‘The Passion of Andrea, or: How We Learned to Laugh with Our Monsters’ is a production of TalentLab, Grand Théâtre Luxembourg and will premiere on June 15th in Luxmebourg.
Elisabeth is very excited to be performing in Pablo Bronstein’s commission for the Tate Britain 2016 over the summer.
At London's Tate Britain, artist Pablo Bronstein has merged vogueing, ballet and Baroque choreography for “Historical Dances in an Antique Setting," his most ambitious project to date. “This work is a trip back in time," Bronstein says. "It’s an image of the past."Here's an exclusive look at this innovative new work. (Footage courtesy of Tate)
Gepostet von CNN Style am Dienstag, 26. April 2016
Project for people from the whole world
20th Juni – 01th July 2016 in Juvente Mainz
Dance doesn’t need language, doesn’t know boarders neither the idea of nationality. Dance simply needs an openness for harmonic togetherness through movement. I would thus like to invite teenagers that fled to our country from far as well as local teenagers to use the possibility within the project to get in touch with each other. Moreover, I would like to fill the every day life of all participants wit dance, creativity, joy as well as human relationships.
At the end of this project, we plan to put on a dance show, if the participants are interested.
This project is supported by the Ministry of Culture Rheinland-Pfalz as well as Juvente Foundation Mainz.
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