Tanzfabrik
Berlin
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Stage
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Wedding 5
Badstr. 41A, Uferstr. 23
13357 Berlin
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Collage: Dmitri Paranyushkin

Meditation on non destruction

Performance with Felix Mathias Ott, Dmitry Paranyushkin, Diego Agulló

“M.O.N.D” (Meditation on Non Destruction) is a collective research process on the notion of conflict and parallel reality. We focus on the principles of combat disciplines and techniques for survival tested during real combat and war situations and specifically designed for endurance, effectivity, dissolving tension and redirecting aggression. The live performance is a choreographic situation that displays a series of physical, somatic and psychic encounters allowing tension to be channelled into performative systems that produce the effervescence of an never ending oscillatory game of self-regeneration. In the space of the theater we are launching a myth into the future where the audience is invited to activate the parallel meanings of asimulated reality composed by an fragmented milieu continuous physicalities, nonlinear dynamics and aesthetics of confrontation.

30.10. und 31.10. 2016 "The resonance room" or “This piece is still happening”
An after talk within the context of the project M.O.N.D. 
Supported by mapping dance berlin 
"The Resonance room" is an invitation to the audience to enter the stage, to lay down in darkness for 45 minutes without moderation to anonymously start talking from an aspect or an element they would like to continue the piece from. It can be a particular moment of the piece, a movement, a sound, an idea, a part of the concept, an object, an atmosphere, anything. It is a collective exercise to expand the horizon of meaning of the piece. We all together make sense and produce meaning: because we talk, the piece continues happening.

External eye: Felix Mathias Ott | Internal eye: Dmitry Paranyushkin, Emily Ranford, Bahar Temiz, NSDOS | Third eye: Diego Agulló | Production: Felix M. Ott | In coproduction with Tanzfabrik Berlin, BIT Teatergarasjen Bergen, supported by Regierender Bürgermeister von Berlin – Senatskanzlei – Kulturelle Angelegenheiten and APAP- Performing Europe 2016-2020.

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

Dmitry Paranyushkin

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Diego Agulló

Independent researcher and a dilettante artist intervening mainly in the field of contemporary dance and performance investigating the affinity between Body and Event. His work covers different media such as dance, performance, essay writing, publishing books, video art, laboratories for research, the organization of participatory events as well as the creation of contexts for independent education. He is the editor of the Circadian press.

World premiere