Take: a choreographer, three performers and an empty room.
The only premise: to break your own expectations, to find a new approach. An experiment.
The space is there, a blank sheet of paper. The three performers are like pens or brushes, or a stamp, or maybe something completely different?
Are there more tools or do they define the content of the piece with their presence and there for shape the expectations of the choreographer? Or do they even overlap, meet, run apart or delete them completely.
TheCchameleon of Arabian Nights dances faulty on purpose and tries to place itself outside of the typical cieLaroque /helene weinzierl style. Or will we just see the same thing again?
This demands the question whether it will be a picture that emerges? Will it be abstract only in your head? Will the topics be familiar? How is the content defined?
Will it be a complete confusion, or will there at least be clear points to connect to?
Do you see the same piece like your neighbour? Or something completely different?
Trio is no standard recipe and its taste is determined by yourself.
ARTISTIC DIRECTION, CHOREOGRAPHY: HELENE WEINZIERL
IN COLABORATION WITH: HUGO LE BRIGAND, LUAN DE LIMA, MANUELLA CALLEJA,
MOVEMENT RESEARCH: PATRIK KELEMEN
MUSIC, COMPOSITION AND ARRANGEMENT: OLIVER STOTZ
LIGHT DESIGN: PETER THALHAMER
FOTOS: PETER HUBER
MANAGEMENT: BARBARA RUDER
SUPPORTED BY:BKA KUNST, SALZBURG STADT:KULTUR, SALZBURG LAND:KULTUR, TANZIMPULSE.