Tanz · Neubearbeitung with Lina Gómez
The materiality of the body and the varied conditions it can bear and generate are the central force behind the choreographic research of Lina Gómez and her collaborators. With a precious and unique dialogue between movement, music and light, »A Passo di Mulo« creates a vibrating landscape of earth, togetherness and persistence.
Today I wander with a fixed but flexible gaze, with my knees light, and my feet continuously sub- merged in the dust, in the mud, in the water, in the stone. I lose myself in the attempt to continue. I bear the vertical burden of my head, I move and plunge, plunge and move, always forward, as Doña Esperanza used to say.
On Friday, 21.2. after the performance: Artist Talk with Lina Gómez
Idea, concept, choreography: Lina Gómez | Dance, co-creation: Julek Kreutzer, Diethild Meier, Bella Hager, Camille Chapon (Premiere), Alistair Watts | Music, Singing: Michelangelo Contini, Aaron Snyder, Maja Olenderek | Light design: Bruno Pocheron | Szenography: Michelangelo Contini | Cooperation Scenography: Michele Piazzi | Costume: Sandra Ernst | Dramaturgical advice: Thomas Schaupp | Supported by Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa, in cooperation with Tanzfabrik Berlin and with friendly support of Garage Tanz.
Lina Gómez, Colombian choreographer and dancer based in Berlin. She received her MA in Choreography from the HZT Berlin and BA in Dance and Theater from the Catholic University of Sao Paulo - BR. Currently she develops her research project, Chão Vazado, supported by the Goethe-Institut and the Berlin Senat Einstiegsförderung. Her last works are STAUB [Poeira Surda] 2016, Devaneios Sobre o Desaparecimento - Träumerei des Verschwindens 2015, both presented at Uferstudios-Berlin, and Estudosparaocorpocomotradutorpoéticodaimagem. She is co-founder of the Companhia Aberta de Dança of São Paulo-BR (2008) and has been developing works collectively there ever since as a choreographer and performer. Amongst other artists Lina has worked as a dancer for Tino Sehgal, Edson Fernandes and Jorge Garcia. www.linapgomez.com