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Significance into Movement

Performance-Projekt with Tamar Grosz

This project will investigate how a simple and clear message on stage can contain many layers. We will use audio recordings of texts that will be created by us.
As a second step, we will investigate the performative value of those messages and work to create a rainbow of meanings. And last will be to focus those physical creation into a harmonic retheme that audience can understand digest and enjoy.

Fee: 180 € / red: 160 € / professional dancers: 140 € | Application for the project: mueller@tanzfabrik-berlin.de

Additionally you can join the contemporary class:
It is a physical class suitable for people in all stages of their dance development. The class touches elements of diverse techniques such as gaga, yoga, body-mind centering and release. We extract from the combination of this methods, an ability to connect many of our layers (physical, mental, energetic, spiritual, emotional) through movement. Through movement we also work to release our restrictions and expand our mental/physical flexibility and creativity. It is a deep but fun class made for people who enjoy exploring their consciousness states while being physical.

Mo & Wed 18:15-19:45 | Fee: For people joining the performance project: 110 € for the training period during the project / For everybody else: 10x card: 100 € / red.: 90 € / prof.: 75 €

Tamar Grosz

Tamar Grosz was born 1990 in Santiago de Chile, she grew up in Jerusalem, Israel. She joined the Bathsheba ensemble 2008 and since 2010 she has been working as a freelancer. She danced with choreographers: Ronit Ziv, Idan Cohen, Maya Levi, Sofia Krantz, Sharon Ayal, Ohad Naharin, Iris Marco, Kiani Del Valle, Aoife McAtmney, Christoph Winkler. In 2013, she moved to Berlin where she founded together with her college Francesca Penzo the artistic platform FEM – for feminine*feminist art. Under FEM she created the pieces "Why are we so f***ing dramatic?" (2013), "577 ovules in the right place" (2016), " i am not a Jew Israeli vegan lesbian woman. I am Tamar" (2014) and "The future" (2017). Tamar is a Physics and chemistry bachelor student in the open university of Israel and researches how experience life in a serious humor.

Mon + Wed 20:00-22:00
Showing: 20.12.2017 / 21:00
Registration: mueller@tanzfabrik-berlin.de
Phone 030.786 58 61