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A physical manifestation of the feeling of being lost for words, unable to produce speech or to find words to express a current state of emotion.
Malcolm Sutherland, trained at Central School of Ballet, former dancer with Nürnberg Ballet. Davidson Jaconello, former dancer with Alberta Ballet and National Theatre Mannheim. Jade Brider, trained at London Contemporary Dance School, worked with Yorke Dance Project.
This duet will follow the story of a woman who has been waiting for a very long time, repeating the same routine day after day, waiting for something. One day it will finally meet her, but she will not be able to recognize it for what she has wanted all her life, too consumed by the waiting by which her life is now defined.
SIXFOLD takes you to the beginnings of a world, a different world, where distinctions, normally taken for granted, are yet to be drawn. In between categories and disciplines.
SIXFOLD takes you to the beginnings of a world, a different world, where distinctions, normally taken for granted, are yet to be drawn. In between categories and disciplines, with a sculpture by the visual artist and designer Alexander Ruth and music and sound by Phill Niblock and William ‘Bilwa’ Costa, the dancer and choreographer Elisabeth Schilling creates a foreign space of possibilities to be filled by nothing but the imagination.
Schilling thus presents an unusual production between dance and visual art. Initially developed in Seoul and premiered in Luxembourg, SIXFOLD has been performed over 40 times in 9 countries since.
“Absolutely remarkable.” Marie-Laure Rolland, Luxemburger Wort
Choreography and Performance: Elisabeth Schilling
Sculpture Design: Alexander Ruth
Sculpture Making: Sooye Kim FOAMNARA South Korea
Engineering: Ntlab Seoul South Korea
Costume: Mélanie Planchard
Lighting Design: Nina Schaeffer
Dramaturgy: Moritz Gansen
Music (first and last part): Phill Niblock
Sound (middle part): William ‘Bilwa’ Costa
Produced by: Making Dances a.s.b.l.
For Angels,inspiration was taken from the track “Before you snap” by Yonderboi.
"The world keeps growing and feeding. Doesn't feed you, does it? But how much can you take?..” Yonderboi
Edit has been a dancer at Rambert since 2014, before that she danced for 5 years at Ballet Pecs, Hungary in works by Cameron McMillan, Leo Mujic, Balazs Vincze and Lorand Zachar.
The first piece Edit created for Rambert’s New Choreography platform in 2015 was selected to participate in the International Choreography Competition in Hanover, Germany in 2016.
Music: Yonderboi, Alex Paton
Dancers: Sharia Johnson, Daniel Dawidson, Edit Domoszlai
Supported by Rambert
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Venue: at The Place