“Moment. Silence. Dryness. Emptiness. Fear. Wholeness. Concealment. Longing. Black. Moon. Water. Corner. Smell. Demon. Gap. Coldness. Eyes. Intension. Impulse. Fold. Hideout. Color. Lis. Salt. huge. Side. Stitches. Love. Point.” (Sharon Eyal)
With “Chapter 3: The Brutal Journey of the Heart”, the world-renowned Israeli choreographer Sharon Eyal and her company L-E-V present the third and final part of their trilogy on love (Part 2 was shown at HELLERAU in February 2019). The nine dancers embark on an intense, intoxicating journey through the highs and lows of human relationships. Explosive body whirls and precise ballet quotes alternate with light, ironic voguing passages, accompanied by Ori Lichtik’s live mixed sound cosmos.
+ Audience discussion afterwards on 14.04.
+ Tue 12.04. Dance & Cheoreography workshop with L-E-V Sharon Eyal, free admission, registration to email@example.com or +49 351 264 62 37
Sharon Eyal is a world-renowned choreographer with an unmistakable signature: She develops her choreographies, which are bursting with precision and power and move on the threshold of total exhaustion, in dialogue with the techno beats of composer Ori Lichtik. She became known as a dancer and house choreographer of the world-famous Batsheva Dance Company in Tel Aviv and founded her company L-E-V, which bears the Hebrew word for “heart” in its name, together with Gai Behar in 2013. Together they create works that break down the boundaries between high culture and rave in an intoxicating way.
+ Tue 12.04. Dance & Cheoreography Workshop with L-E-V Sharon Eyal.
14:00 – 16:00 for dance professionals, 17:00 – 19:00 dance for all, free admission, registration to firstname.lastname@example.org or +49 351 264 62 37
Creator: Sharon Eyal
Co-Creator: Gai Behar
Music: Ori Lichtik
Costumes: Maria Grazia Chiuri – Christian Dior Couture
Light Design: Alon Cohen
Dancers: Mariko Kakizaki, Leo Lerus, Clyde Emmanuel Archer, Gon Biran, Keren Lurie Pardes, Daniel Norgren Jensen, Rebecca Hytting, Darren Devaney, Alice Godfrey
Funded within the framework of the Alliance of International Production Houses by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.