Elastic joints. Dancing as a drill of jaktations. Always slower. More and more nervous. Progressing in senseless loops, circling around the same feverishly throbbing memories, which are not memories at all but inventions, wandering in sensory deprivation. There is no reason. There was nothing. And there is nothing. This is how it can work, the metamorphosis from beast to borg. Behind the Schwarzschild radius, all bodies, all images, all light, all sense and all hope are silted up, forgotten, lost in the Hades of the New Age.
Admission from 16 years
During the event, stroboscopic light effects are used over considerable periods of time. The event is therefore not suitable for persons with epilepsy, serious heart problems or claustrophobic fears and for pregnant women. The event must not be attended under the influence of mind-altering drugs.
The video projections show images that could be experienced as disturbing or repulsive.
Since 2003 Ulf Langheinrich has been producing a new series of large-scale individual projects, including PERM (2005), an interactive abstract film created for the interactive cinema system EVE designed by Jeffrey Shaw, HEMISPHERE (2006-2016) and LOST (2017), which was conceived for a hemispheric screen, or LAND, a stereoscopic installation commissioned by the Liverpool Biennial 2008.
He is involved in the educational project Sup de Sub, conceived by the collective LFKs and its director Jean Michel Bruyère, whose first campus opened in September 2019 in Marseilles and in January 2020 in Seine Saint Devis. Since 2016 he has also been artistic director of the CYNETART festival in Dresden.
Maria Chiara de’Nobili
Born in 1995 in Naples, Italy. She completed her Bachelor of Arts in Contemporary Dance in Milan before moving to Israel where she was a dancer with the Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company. From 2016 to 2018 she worked for the Elephant in the Black Box Company under the artistic direction of Jean-Philippe Dury in Madrid. She completed her Master of Choreography at the Palucca Hochschule in Dresden. For the Venice Biennale she choreographed Rarefiled in 2018 and WRAP in 2019. The last time a work of hers was shown in Dresden was in October 2019: The Answer’s in the Eye.