Patricia Carolin Mai
70 people are a mass capable of moving things. But what is an individual person amidst 69 other people? Is it a body at the mercy of others or protected by them? How much power does a group have and what kind of community does it create?
with: Anna Sennekamp / Anna-Lena Bester / Antje Hoppe / Ariane Burghard / Benita von Palubitzki / Britta Lübke / Caren Jungclaussen / Charlotte Höflich / Charlotte Pfingsten / Charlotte Regelski / Christina Rohde / Cina Bockstahler / Claire Deschner / Coralie Luetkehus / Dorothea Derksen / Emma Luley / Evelina Dineva / Friederike Seneberg / Gesa Krenz / Helene Heuser / Jana Bories / Johanna Vogel / Julia Seneberg / Julie Kuhn / Karla Jablonka / Katharina Stier / Käthe Hibbe / Kaya Broszeit / Kora Hamm / Kymia Shekoufandeh / Laure Hoeppli / Lina Bernard-Shami / Lisa Adolf / Liv Neumann / Louise Biehl / Lucia Rademacher / Lucian Blaga / Ludger Rademacher / Marlena Scharenberg / Mia Hadzikadunic / Mirjana Reinke / Mona Hohlweg / Nadine Kribbe / Natalie Langer / Nina Gartmann / Norbert Dorow / Nuria Carrillo / Nuria Syawash / Pauline Heinrichs / Ronja Lüdemann / Ronja Strub / Si-Ying Fung / Sina Luig / Sina Placzek / Sophie Allerding / Susanne Lott / Susanne Walter / Susanne Wehowsky / Theresa Blum / Tim Gruner / Tinka Greve / Veronika Gerzen / Wanda Kosmala
artistic direction, concept and choreography: Patricia Carolin Mai
choreographic assistance: Lotta Timm
artistic assistance: Hanna Naske, Julika Schlegel
outreach and aesthetic consultation: Kirsten Bremehr
musical concept and composition: Pauline Jacob, Daniel Dominguez Teruel
dramaturgy: Anja Kerschkewicz
costume: Felina Levits
costume assistance: Sophia Wagner
dressmakers: Pauline Langemaak, Caroline Packenius
lightdesign: Dennis Döscher
documentation (video): Stefanie Rübensaal
documentation (photo): Hanna Naske
mentoring: Anne Kersting
graphic: Hanna Naske, Si-Ying Fung, Pam Goroncy
The dancing body is not just simply an object, but a living identity, a storehouse of personal stories, sensory traces and transformative potential. Dealing with dance in a world of conflict and traumata means dealing with the basis of a humanity as embodied by dancers, as well as considering public performance as a chance to make a political statement and engage in collective reconciliation.
March 28th | 18:00 | K33 | free entrance | ATTENTION Date deviates from programme booklet!
Patricia Carolin Mai
What moves masses on stage, also moves masses of spectators: anyone wishing to gain insights into the creative process of HAMONIM is warmly invited to stay for our Moving Feedback in order to physically understand the previously viewed piece in collaboration with the performers.
No prior experience required – just stay!
March 30th | about 20:45, after the show | Kampnagel - K1 | free entrance
Information about the event
|Price||15€ | 9€|
|Hints||Public talk on March 29th after the show|
|Location||Kampnagel - K1|
Patricia Carolin Maistudied dance at the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp, the SNDO Amsterdam and Performance Studies at the University of Hamburg. The focus of her is the examination of the body as a central memory of memories. She presented her work at international festivals and more. in Israel, Belgium and Korea.
As part of her residency 18/19 at K3, she continues her research on "bodies in extreme states". She researches together with 70 people of all ages to HAMONIM - "what moves the crowd". In it she examines, i.a. through such different approaches to movement as Shiatsu, Aikido, and Capoeira, how the contrast between normality and state of emergency affects human groups, and whether the sense of overwork and powerlessness can serve as a starting point to renegotiate community.
http://www.patricia-carolin-mai.de/ HAMONIM is a production by Patricia Carolin Mai and K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg.
Supported by: Seoul Dance Center, Goethe-Institut Korea, Claussen-Simon-Stiftung, Hochschulsport Hamburg.