DANCE MACHINES (11+)
In Dance Machines, Brazilian choreographer Regina Rossi brings together virtual, analogue and auditory worlds. After intensive research with students from Hamburg, Rossi's artistic team designed a futuristic dance lesson that the audience experiences with their own bodies via VR glasses and headphones: Galactic-utopian avatars of two professional dancers meet the audience in a virtual dance studio. They provide movement impulses, ask questions and guide through dance steps and choreographies. Dance Machinesplays with the perception of body and movement through different media, and explores virtual space as a place for dance. In the process, new ways of teaching dance to young and old are explored.
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concept, artistic direction, choreography: Regina Rossi | programming, interface design: Gloria Schulz | dance, avatars: Nora Elberfeld, Sarah Lasaki | music: Sven Kacirek | equipment: Doris Margarete Schmidt | dramaturgy: Kirsten Bremehr, Christopher Weymann | mediations format: Pauline Schönfelder | press and public relations: Stückliesel | production management: Isabelle Wapnitz | assistance programming: Jeffrey van der Geest
Information about the event
|Price||15€ | 9€ | 5€ (Children)|
Age recommendation: 11+
|Location||Kampnagel - K32|
A production by Regina Rossi und coproduction with K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg.
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