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Arsenic

 

 

Berliner Festspiele

 

 

Beursschouwburg

 

 

Biennale Danza

 

 

Centre Pompidou

 

 

CND – Centre nationale de la danse

 

 

Charleroi danse 

 

 

Chisenhale Gallery

 

 

Danspace Project

 

 

Delfina Foundation

 

 

Documenta

 

 

Draf – David Roberts Art Foundation

 

 

Festival d’Automne à Paris

 

 

Festival d’Avignon

 

 

Frieze London

 

 

Fondazione Furla

 

 

Fondation d’entreprise Hermès

 

 

Fondazione Prada

 

 

Gessnerallee Zürich

 

 

Greene Naftali

 

 

HAU – Hebbel am Ufer Berlin

 

 

ICI – CCN 

 

 

Kunstenfestivaldesarts

 

 

Lafayette Anticipations

 

 

Les Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers

 

 

La Monnaie / De Munt

 

 

Manifesta

 

 

Maureen Paley

 

 

Ménagerie de verre

 

 

Mercat de les flors – DanceHouse

 

 

Meyer Riegger

 

 

MOCA – The Museum of Contemporary Art

 

 

MoMa

 

 

Musée de la danse

 

 

Nanterre – Amandiers 

 

 

Onassis Foundation

 

 

PACT Zollverein

 

 

Palais de Tokyo

 

 

Parades for FIAC

 

 

Performa

 

 

Performance Exchange

 

 

Raven Row

 

 

Ruhrtriennale

 

 

Schauspielhaus Zürich

 

 

Southard Reid

 

 

Stedelijk Museum

 

 

Tanz im August

 

 

Tanzhaus Zürich

 

 

TQW – Tanzquartier Wien

 

 

Tate Modern

 

 

The Glass House

 

 

The Kitchen

 

 

Théâtre de la Ville

 

 

Théâtre National de Chaillot

 

 

Triennale – Teatro dell’arte

 

 

Kaaitheater

 

 

KANAL

 

 

Kaserne Basel

 

 

KVS

 

 

Vleeshal

 

 

Volksbühne Berlin

 

 

Walker Art Center

 

 

Whitney Museum

 

 

 

Guide

 

Due to the globally suspension of most performative events,
the October guide is actually the one here available for consultation.
MANIA monthly guide will be updated as soon as possible.

INFINI by Boris Charmatz at Festival d’Automne à Paris

INFINI by Boris Charmatz at Festival d’Automne à Paris



After his preceding work 10000 gestes, Boris Charmatz continues to dig deeper and deeper into the organic and conflictual relationship between the finite nature of the body and the multiplication of numbers, or between physics and algebra. This time around, however, he uses infinity as the starting point for his investigations. Both philosophical and mathematical object, pure abstraction and pillar of reality, infinity is by its …

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ESCAPE ACT by Alexandra Bachzetsis at HAU

ESCAPE ACT by Alexandra Bachzetsis at HAU



In the age of mass-produced visual media and steadfast obsession with preserving the youthful body, it is almost impossible to distinguish between appearance and existence. In Escape Act Alexandra Bachzetsis turns her attention with subtle irony to the construction of authenticity and investigates its manifestations in everyday and pop culture. Her Choreography quotes voguing, youtube-tutorials, as well as the language of form of the “Triadic Ballet” …

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PARADISO by Richard Maxwell at Greene Naftali

PARADISO by Richard Maxwell at Greene Naftali



With Paradiso, Richard Maxwell completes his triptych inspired by Dante’s Divine Comedy. The play takes place in the not-too-distant future, describing three great loves: family, country, and god. In an empty space, a car moves forward and the show begins. A robot launches himself into a monotone and futuristic dithyramb while some individuals, slowly, extricate themselves from the vehicle. “By the way, welcome to the show,” says the robot, “because the best part of a play is that it’s where we meet.” A place that allows us to share ideas that otherwise they would only float in the space. Three monologues follow the improbable prologue of the robot, three stories, one of which evokes the death of the director’s mother, beginning as a philosophical abstraction and then reflecting in a very singular narrative the last days of a woman’s life, told by his son in a domestic landscape that is transformed by the absence of the one who once lived there. Performing human sculpture-like pantomimed vignettes, the performers reveal Maxwell’s idea of paradise as a space larger and more vast than life. In his trademark economical way, the leading figure of American experimental theater asks the question, simply but vigorously: what remains when all the efforts were given, when everything was built and the fights are over? What is the life that goes on when human life is finished?

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