FULL MELT DOWN
Full Melt Down is a choreographed guided tour through a radically soft space. Visitors are (con)sensually guided from one experience to another, cocooned in tender textures, and velvety dances. Shaped by these gentle encounters, Full Melt Down softens rigid structures in the theatre and in the body. Hosted by self-identified radical softies, this piece is an invitation into a hyper-sensitive place where gentleness becomes a method, a topic, and a portal through which to imagine (the) work.
From and with: Ton Bogataj, Claire Lefèvre, Caro Ley, Inga Salomé, Ansiré Sissoko, Joelle Westerfeld
Stage: Sophie Utikal
Sound: Zosia Hołubowska
For the shows of TanzHochDrei digital you need a ticket. The link to the stream is printed on the ticket.
After booking you will receive an email to download your ticket. From there, copy the link into your browser and the show can begin.
Supporting programme on March 19:
At 7 pm a dance practical warm up takes place at the Zoom foyer - no previous knowledge required
After the stream a Q&A with Claire Lefèvre is taking place at the Zoom foyer, moderated by Roberto Casarotto (director of the dance department Centro per la Scena Contemporanea di Bassano del Grappa).
Meeting-ID: 966 6647 9164
Information about the event
|Price||free admission, optional tickets for 5€, 10€ or 15€|
In the documentary are scenes that deal with sexuality and vulnerability. The event will take place online. The link is printed on the ticket.
|Location||Kampnagel - K3|
studied at the London Contemporary Dance School and SEAD in Salzburg. Since 2015, she has been producing her own works in Vienna in collaboration with Brut, Im_Flieger and Huggy Bears. Her choreographies Function Man, S/M and Welcome to the Fisch-Haus have been invited to various festivals including March Hare Festival, Dance Days Chania, TanzHafen and Imagetanz. She has received scholarships from the Tanzquartier and BKA and writes regularly for Springback Magazine.
During her K3 residency, Claire will continue her research on radical gentleness as a performative practice and as a form of political resistance. She is searching for sensory and tactile experiences as a response to patriarchy's discomfort with all that is soft, vulnerable and emotional – feminine connoted qualities. The aim is to soften solid structures in the body (e.g. after years of dance training) and to set the space as a hyper-sensitive entity in motion.
A production by K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg