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Chisenhale Gallery

 

 

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Delfina Foundation

 

 

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Draf – David Roberts Art Foundation

 

 

Festival d’Automne à Paris

 

 

Festival d’Avignon

 

 

Frieze London

 

 

Fondazione Furla

 

 

Fondation d’entreprise Hermès

 

 

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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

 

 

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Stedelijk Museum

 

 

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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

May/June/July 2021


LE THÉÂTRE ET SON DOUBLE by Gwenaël Morin

LE THÉÂTRE ET SON DOUBLE by Gwenaël Morin



After his renditions of classics by the likes of Molière, Shakespeare, Sophocles, Racine, among others, Gwenaël Morin takes on The Theatre and its Double by Antonin Artaud, using the manifesto of the “Theatre of Cruelty” as a premise. With actors and audience members settled inside a giant white bubble, the director examines his experience through the lens of Artaud’s theories and proceeds to destroy his own work …

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BIG SISTERS by Théo Mercier & Steven Michel

BIG SISTERS by Théo Mercier & Steven Michel



After Affordable Solution for Better Living, a domestic drama in which an individual fabricates his masculine identity by building an Ikéa shelf, visual artist Théo Mercier and choreographer Steven Michel are continuing their joint exploration of biopower. BIG SISTERS is a piece conceived and designed with four dancers aged 23 to 65, Laura Belgrano, Lili Buvat, Marie de Corte and Mimi Wascher. Imagined like an …

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7 by Radouan Mriziga

7 by Radouan Mriziga



7 is the conclusion of a Radouan Mriziga’s trilogy (55 – 3600 – 7). The three pieces focus on the relationship between dance, building and architecture. Mriziga connects the moving body to the expression of architectural and sculptural forms. In 7, he enriches this relationship by adding mystery and imagination, inspired by the mythology of the seven wonders of the ancient world. These architectural and artistic …

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HABITAT / HALLE E (pandemic version) by Doris Uhlich

HABITAT / HALLE E (pandemic version) by Doris Uhlich



In the original version of Habitat / Halle E – which first premiered last autumn – the naked bodies of 120 people slap, vibrate and clash with each other to the sound of electronic and abstract techno tracks. Such a utopian place, where bodies can freely interact, touch each other’s sweaty skin and breath together, seems far, far away in view of the current pandemic. However, …

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RE-COLLECTION by Alexandra Pirici

RE-COLLECTION by Alexandra Pirici



Alexandra Pirici (RO, 1982, based in Bucharest) is an artist who uses choreography both for its economy of means and for its critical energy, as a means of questioning history, monuments and public memory. Re-collection is an ongoing, performative action, built around the notion of collecting, while subverting traditional understandings of the term. Real and fictional objects – works of art and forms of life …

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SITTING by Gregory Stauffer

SITTING by Gregory Stauffer



In 1967, the artist Richard Serra wrote a list of verbs denoting ways of acting on a material object. Roll, fold, bend, shorten, plane, tear, carve, split, cut, slice… Given Serra’s proximity to Yvonne Rainer and Simone Forti, these words can be read in terms of his interest in dance. With Verbmemove, Gregory Stauffer (CH, 1980, based in Bienne and Genève) pays homage to Serra …

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