wound

contemporary dance
may
26. & 27. & 28. & 29.

june
02. & 03. & 04. & 05.
20:30h
grosser Saal

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wound
cie. toula limnaios

»wound– or the wound of the butterfly … (2009)
Wounds speak in the waking and dreaming hours. The piece pursues a fantastic unfolding between dream and trauma. Zones of the formless, the fragmentary, where the suppressed and disappeared from consciousness is collected and pored over. The familiar slips from our grasp and structures that seemed secure just a moment ago begin to waver and break apart – causing reality itself to take on dream-like and painful traits. All that is absurd becomes probable. Like sleepwalkers, the performers are accompanied on stage by video projections (cyan), which together lead the dance into a state of fragility. »wound« explores human vulnerability and its pain.

»›wound‹ – a rare wonderful dystopia: the piece was a fascinating reunion with six talented dancers. An endless nightmare, which may be our reality, unfolds before our eyes. ›wound‹ is reminiscent of Strindberg’s ›A Dream Play‹ … – Moments of human vulnerability and desire …. The dream lives on, but the nightmare is not yet over, the wounds have not yet healed and destruction lies just under the surface. ›wound‹ is a unique and intense piece.« (Magasinet Terpsichore – Dänemark -, Maria Hammer, 2010)

concept/ choreography
Toula Limnaios
music
Ralf R. Ollertz
video
cyan
dance
Daniel Afonso, Leonardo D’Aquino, Katja Scholz, Hironori Sugata, Karolina Wyrwal, Inhee Yu
lightdesign
Jan Langebartels
costumes
Antonia Limnaios, Toula Limnaios
choreographic assistance
Ute Pliestermann
public relations
Silke Wiethe

2009
dance/creation

Mercedes Appugliese, Fleur Conlon, Kayoko Minami, Clebio Oliveira, Ute Pliestermann, Hironori Sugata

a cie. toula limnaios production in coproduction with the Künstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt/Main, the Musikteater Baltoppen and the HALLE TANZBÜHNE BERLIN. Supported by the Cultural Department of the City of Berlin and the NPN with funding of the Federal Cultural Foundation.
tours:
Kopenhagen, Frankfurt/M., Nürnberg, Stuttgart, Krefeld, Bremen