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24h DURCHEINANDER - 15-16 August, Tanz Im August, HAU1, Berlin, Germany
"Can theatre be a place from which citizens inject political, aesthetic and social ideas into their city?” Kattrin Deufert & Thomas Plischke followed Brecht's question and created a 24 hour epic theatre event. The artistwin invited colleagues and theorists such as Marcus Steinweg, Alain Franco, Sandra Noeth, Kareth Schaffer, Arkadi Zaides and many more, to share space and time and to incorporate the audience into the performance. The event will conclude in a reading by theatre scholars Hans-Thies Lehmann and Helene Varopoulos who will present their ‘Brecht letter’ - a manifest on new epic theatre.
Raimund Hoghe in Tel Aviv 31 August -3 September, Tel Aviv, Israel
Moves Without Borders is happy to host in Israel for the first time renowned German choreographer Raimund Hoghe. The arrival of Hoghe, who served as Pina Bausch's dramaturge for many years, is an important milestone for the local dance scene. Hoghe has become one of the most influential makers of our time and is a prominent representatives of European minimalist dance. Hoghe is known for his gentle, poetic and thought provoking style, and we are excited to present his work on Israeli stage. Hoghe’s lecture is the opening act for Diver Festival: Contemporary Dance in Tel-Aviv-Jaffa (curated by Ido Feder & Moshe Shechter Avshalom) and is the result of a collaboration between the festival, Moves Without Borders (curated by: Arkadi Zaides) and Suzanne Dellal Center. Hoghe’s visit was made possible due the generous support of Goethe Institute, celebrating 50 years of diplomatic relations between Israel and Germany.
31 August - Writing With Words and Bodies - Lecture by Raimund Hoghe, Suzanne Dellal Center | Tel Aviv | Israel (Free Entrance)
"I used to write with words, now I write with bodies.“ Raimund Hoghe shares his work as choreographer, offering diverse perspectives and insights into his creative process. Hoghe’s lecture is a reflection on words and bodies, on the power and beauty of music, dance and art. Following the lecture, an open discussion with Hoghe and Ido Feder will take place.
2-3 September - L’Apres Midi by Raimund Hoghe - Suzanne Dellal Center, Tel Aviv, Israel
L’Apres Midi is a remarkable solo of gestures and poses created by Hoghe for French performer Emmanuel Eggermont. Set to music by Claude Debussy & Gustav Mahler “Prélude à l’Après midi d’un faune”, Eggermont evokes past images of Vaslav Nijinsky which he adopts and varies. Carefully composed and energetically rich the performance offers a multi-referential realms of memory and contemplation.