Tanzfabrik
Berlin
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Wedding 1
Badstr. 41A, Uferstr. 23
13357 Berlin
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Photo: Georg Baur

Les Imprédictibles

Experiment · Premiere with Felix Mathias Ott, Corbusier

The common interest in being confronted with unpredictable situations brought together the artists Corbusier and Felix Mathias Ott. After several sessions in a dance studio, where mutual love, respect and an artistic exchange was deve- loped, they decided to start the collaboration »Les Imprédictibles«, a duet between a human being and a cat. Within that construction they will explore the unpredictability of their collaboration. The un- folding of their relationship becomes a choreographic architecture where the material can only be integrity.

The dependencies, adaptations and alienations become a source of inspiration.The attempt of creating a moment of truth a goal to reach.

Concept, choreography, performance: Corbusier, Felix Mathias Ott | Artistic advice: Amandine Cheveau | Stage: Felix Mathias Ott | Production management: Inge Zysk | Thanks to: Daniele Drobny, Henrich Jelinek. Supported by apap-Performing Europe 2020, cofunded by the Creative Europe Programm of the European Union.

Felix Mathias Ott

Felix Mathias Ott born in South Germany, has been living and working in Berlin for 15 years. He initially studied stage design and later contemporary dance, context and choreography as part of the pilot programme of HZT Berlin. Ott works as a performer and has been touring his own productions across Europe and Asia since 2011.His personal creation and research is supported by the European network APAP - advancing performing arts project. Felix‘ work tends to create reflexive, more than conceptual, spaces where the spectator is invited to discover the and his/her unconscious world. www.felixmathiasott.com

Corbusier

Corbusier was born in Berlin in early 2017, half oriental, half sphinx origin. His effortless elegance brought him the name Corbusier. He got in his early age adopted by an artist and philosopher, who awakened his interest in art and further made him confronting his own questions about life. Later on he was castrated to avoid distraction from this occupation. He lives a monks life, in total abstinence and developed an appearance which is pure as glaze water and with a physicality like a shaolin master. He is showing his interest in design furniture with a strange violent passion, but he is otherwise a calm and reflective being who likes to hang around on heating.

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