→ Sun, 31.10.
divided into timeslots
(duration 30 minutes):
14:00, 14:45, 15:30, 16:30, 17:15 and 18:00
Every day we encounter and interact with people on the street, while shopping, at university and even at home. Each encounter is an improvisation that develops spontaneously from a repertoire of learned gestures, words and movements and is fed by the (re)actions of the other person. [ImPro]zess explores the theme of encounters in a series of experiments by and with students from the University of Hildesheim and the HAWK. Through dance improvisations and constantly appearing new instructions for action (so-called scores), the performers enter into contact with each other, with the space, with themselves and with the audience. The performance opens up a space for the participation of the audience, whereby each performance is constantly reconceived through external impulses and spontaneous reactions.
The team of [ImPro]zess consists of four students from the University of Hildesheim and the HAWK with the courses Cultural Studies and Aesthetic Practice, Staging of Arts and Media, Social Work and Psychology. All participants have different experiences, as well as previous knowledge in the dance and performance field and thus influence the project in many ways.
Idea and conception: Laura Markurth, Nathaly Wuttke
Performance: Ann-Kathrin Grothaus, Laura Markurth, Nathaly Wuttke, Sam Crompton
Mentoring: Dr. Anna Wieczorek, Dr. Annemarie Matzke
During the performance instructions in simple German language will be displayed. The audience is then invited to take part, however, these suggestions can be implemented individually according to one's own possibilities.
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