Tanzfabrik
Berlin
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Wedding 5
Badstr. 41A, Uferstr. 23
13357 Berlin
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Photo: Alexa Vachon

every one everyone

Performance with Shannon Cooney

“every one everyone” is a performance in proximity. This performance seeks to amplify inherent person-to-person sensorial connectivity via a dance attuned with each body’s fluid dynamic rhythm*. A sound and light en- vironment provides the setting. Audience members are invited to move freely in the space.Performers are given a movement with the guidance of the choreographer in the form of a sway in sync with their fluid dynamic rhythm. After a time, within a room tuned to the many rhythms of the performers, audience members are welcome to join the choreographer and performers, one-by-one, and sway for as long as they feel compelled.

*The Craniosacral rhythm is the phasic filling and emptying of cerebrospinal fluid.

Concept, choreography, performance: Shannon Cooney | Dramaturgy: Igor Dobricic | Light design: Sandra Blatterer | Sound design: Anke Eckardt | Costume: Heather MacCrimmon | Production management: M.i.C.A. - Movement in Contemporary Art | A Production of Shannon Cooney in cooperation with Tanzfabrik Berlin supported by Haupstadtkulturfonds (2013), Canada Council for the Arts (2013), and Regierender Bürgermeister von Berlin Senatskanzlei – Kulturelle Angelegenheiten.

Shannon Cooney

Shannon Cooney (BFA) is a Canadian choreographer, dance performer and dance educator based in Berlin, Germany since 2006. Since 1993 her choreography has been presented in Canada, Europe the in the U.K. She danced with Toronto-based Dancemakers (1994-2006), artistic director Serge Bennathan, which toured extensively nationally and internationally. She has also worked with several choreographers over her 3 decades in dance.
She’s a creative facilitator for choreographers and for students of the (HZT) in Berlin. Since 2007 she created a teaching practice melding her work as a dance artist with her work as craniosacral practitioner. Her recent choreographic projects include: Fielding: solo with Cases (2018), Fielding (2017), every one everyone (2013), Assemblages (2011) and Spiral Pendulum: dance (2009).