In "all inclusive" Julian Weber explores the parallels and paradoxes of the manic-obsessive culture industry and enacts a wholesome, hyper-real holiday resort with a group of five dancers. His choreography deconstructs and reflects strategies of image production along with its logistics: practical working processes crash against sensual physicalities. The collision of images, bodies, and materialities produces ambiguous states between slow motion and fast action control. In a hybrid setting somewhere between choreographed scenography, oversized souvenirs, museal space, and holiday resorts, the audience itself becomes part of the polymorphic scenery.
Choreography, scenography, costumes: Julian Weber I Creation and Dance: Analaura Lozza, Oliver Connew, Ewa Dziarnowska, Annegret Schalke, Ivo Serra I Music: Stella Veloce I Lighting: Martin Beeretz I Costumes: Michiel Keuper I Scenography assistant: Jonas Maria Droste I Production: Andrea Caroline Keppler, District Berlin I A co-production of Tanzfabrik Berlin and District Berlin I Made possible by the kind support of the State of Berlin / Senate Chancellery of Cultural Affairs