Gabriele Reuter, Susanne Martin
„Susi & Gabi's Salon is a performance format for discussion and exchange between audience and performers - between chaos and plan, play without limits, imprography and choreosation, discovering impossible questions and astonishing answers.“
Susanne Martin & Gabriele Reuter
In this Salon, Susanne Martin and Gabriele Reuter devote themselves to the phenomena of contemporary dance and its working methods; practical, theoretical, with audience participation, and invited guest artists. In this autumn edition the Salon presents the works of the Martin Sonderkamp and Darko Dragicevic, as well as the collaboration between Shannon Cooney, Alicia Grant, Claudia Tomasi and Josefine Mühle. Both projects are part of the Open Spaces # 3 performance program of Tanzfabrik Berlin (1 - 6 November 2017).
Reuter and Martin’s Salons have already been presented 12 times and with over 30 guest artists between 2011 and 2013 in Berlin, Nottingham, Leicester and Plymouth. Festival-Specials have been developed for Tanz Hoch Zwei Festival of Tanzfabrik and the nottdance Festival in Nottingham.
Within the frame of mapping dance berlin. mapping dance berlin is a module of Attention Dance, a project of Tanzbüro Berlin, supported by Zeitgenössischer Tanz Berlin e.V. and Kulturprojekte Berlin GmbH. The project is funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the State of Berlin.
Susanne Martin is a choreographer, performer, researcher, and teacher in the field of contemporary dance and theatre. She presents her work internationally in solo performances and collaborative stage works. Her artistic practice and research focuses on improvisation as choreographic practice, narrations of the age(ing) body, contact improvisation, and practice as research/artistic research. Festivals that presented her performances include: Aerowaves (London), International Dance and Theatre Festival (Gothenburg), Nottdance (Nottingham), Opera Estate (Bassano del Grappa), Tanec Praha (Prague). Her PhD dissertation Dancing Age(ing) has been published by transcript in 2017. www.susannemartin.de