apap production studio berlin: Time to Meet - Alessandro Sciarroni/Corpoceleste + Erna Ómarsdóttir & Valdimar Jóhannsson/Lazyblood Intervention
"Time to Meet" is a series of open rehearsals and discussions, a meeting place for exchange and feedback on artistic processes, this time with the artist Alessandro Sciarroni, Erna Ómarsdóttir and Valdimar Jóhannsson.
A research on the use of the voice on stage, looking at ways of turning this aural element into a body. Like in previous works, the duration of the performance points in the direction of an expanded temporal dimension. The sound emitted by the bodies and manipulated by the composers, links the performer’s space to that of the audience and offers the opportunity to be placed in the presentness of time and space. The public is invited to embark on a journey in which time’s new dimension allows for unforeseen epiphanies: the appearance of the human.
By Alessandro Sciarroni | Music: Yes Soeur! | Lightning design: Sebastien Lefèvre | Artistic collaborations: Marta Ciappina, Elena Giannotti | Curator, Promotion, Consulting: Lisa Gilardino | Administration, Executive production: Chiara Fava | Stage manager: Valeria Foti | Casting, Assistance, Research: Damien Modolo | Produced by Marche Teatro, teatro di rilevante Interesse culturale, CORPOCELESTE_ C.C.00#, Biennale de la Danse de Lyon, Festival GREC Barcelona, Théâtre de Liège, Teatro Municipal do Porto, CENTQUATRE-Paris, apap - Performing Europe 2020, co-funded by Creative Europe Programme of the Europäischen Union. | Coproduced by Tanzfabrik Berlin, Centrale Fies, Snaporazverein, L'arboreto - Teatro Dimora di Mondaino.
Erna Ómarsdóttir & Valdimar Jóhannsson/Lazyblood Intervention
Lazyblood Intervention: Erna and Valdi will be working on some new material that will include: Some sort of a concert performance with a dash of personal touch, a hint of the sensual, monotonous stand up comedy and some extraordinary tapdance exorcism. Valdi and Erna use lazyblood in their personal lives as a method for romantic encounters were they face each other to be able to face the audience in a way that makes them feel reborn again and ready for the mundane bureaucracy of everyday life.
Free AdmissionPhotos: Augusto Sciarroni, Marino Thorlacius