A LINE IS A CIRCLE TOO
A body in space, many bodies, repeating and multiplying bodies that share space and a moment in time. In A Line is a Circle too, time is delayed to an unbearable degree or fast-forwarded. Again and again it is stretched and manipulated by all means, choreographic movement patterns spiral up into complex cycles, experience lengths and breaks, time becomes circular. Alexander Varekhine is interested in playing with time, with the audience's perception and the shared experience in the theatre space. Time advances and repeats itself, dancing bodies circle, circles become lines, lines become circles.
Choreographie: Alexander Varekhine
Tanz: Lydia Koch, Laura Nicole Kisselmann, Marcel Mamedov
Mentoring: Regina Rossi
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He received his training in theatre dance and dance pedagogy at the Erika Klütz School. As a guest lecturer, he teaches at the Hochschule für Künste im Sozialen. He is active as a dancer and choreographer in the artists' collective The Current Dance Collective.
A production of Alexander Varekhine in co-production with K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg.
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