HARD CORES IN SOFT SHELLS
Hard Cores in Soft Shells is a choreographic analysis of hard-core techno, one of the fastest electronic music genres. The piece was preceded by research on forms of dance that have developed out of techno, such as the youth culture movement krocha. Together with musician Jetzman, performers Marc Carrera, Teresa Hoffmann and Gloria Höckner question the relationship of the body to acceleration and the dimension of time. The movement is based on the tempo. At up to 160 beats per minute, it becomes a co-player of the music, while the performers become more and more entangled in a play with forms.
Also in the context of Limited Edition:
Carolin Jüngst | Lisa Rykena ARIE/ELLE
Da Soul Chung FLOATING APPLIQUÉ
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|Price||Single ticket 9€ | 7€ Double ticket 16€ | 12€ Triple ticket 20€ | 15€|
|Location||Kampnagel - K4|
(they/them) deals with the relationship of the body to technology and power-structures. They explores the principle of hacking and the potential of glitch - disturbances in the system. Gloria's pieces have been performed at festivals such as Performing Arts Festival Berlin, Balance Club / Culture Festival Leipzig, and Out Now! Bremen. After studying Theatre, Film and Media and Performance Studies, Gloria was invited to residencies at Seoul Dance Center, K3 (Limited Edition) and Nave in Santiago de Chile.
As part of a transdisciplinary research process during the residency at K3, which links digital and analogue practices, Gloria appropriates surveillance technologies and systems that use ‘artificial intelligence’ to ‘recognise’ human emotions in order to develop alternative bodies, images and narratives. Their research touches upon questions of self-determination about one‘s own body and the data that is produced by it.
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