17. Dez. 2022
The experimental 360 degree dance film "Is a planet an enormous mountain?" creates a virtual event space that questions perception and reality. On September 17th all day at Halle 6/Studio 2
The camera is part of the choreography and is integrated into the movement sequence of the performers, but is also played as a counterpart.
This unusual camera work undermines the set physical framework and creates new perspectives: a space of projections, light installations, spherical soundscapes and choreographic time sculptures that defines its own laws and pulls the bodies into a vortex, into a state of dizziness. A play with illusion that takes hold of the whole body.
Artistic direction: Stephanie Felber in collaboration with the performers: Nikos Konstantakis, Ludger Lamers, Photini Meletiadis
VideoArt: Patrik Thomas
Sound: ANNAGEMINA (Anna Illenberger und Michael Fiedler)
Lighting Design: Lennart Rabe
Set Design: Guida Miranda
Technical direction: Roland Wawoczny
PR: Beate Zeller
SAT December 17 / 2022, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Admission always on the hour, last admission: 10 p.m.
One slot à 45 minutes // Sighting with VR glasses / tablet
Tickets: 8,- / 5,- Euro red.
Halle 6/Studio 2(former Labor Ateliers),Dachauer Str. 112d, 80636 München
With the kind support of Neo-Eventservice, Munich Maker Lab e.V., schwere reiter, treibgut. Many thanks to: Lara Schubert.Supported by the NATIONAL PERFORMANCE NETWORK - STEPPING OUT, funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media as part of the NEUSTART KULTUR. Dance Assistance Program. Stephanie Felber is a member of Tanztendenz München e.V.