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Foto: Miriam Jakob

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Time to Meet · Work in Progress with Miriam Jakob

A somatic encounter of zoo policy, research material and genesis myths.

Starting point of this work is a visit at the SenseLab (Montréal) and a research in the zoo of Louisville with the primatologist Dawn Prince-Hughes on the communication between humans and gorillas. On the basis of their field recordings and the experiences they have gathered, Miriam Jakob and Felix Classen test a new choreographic experimental arrangement. The myth of mimetic imitation, the interplay of difference and indistinguishability as well as the common use of technology are made sensory perceptible.

Concept: Miriam Jakob, Felix Classen | Collaboration: Dawn Prince-Hughes, Jelani | Choreography, Performance: Miriam Jakob | Sound: Felix Classen | Dramaturgy: Maja Zimmermann.

Miriam Jakob

In her individual and group works, choreographer Miriam Jakob explores the interfaces between science and fiction. She studied anthropology in Munich, Buenos Aires and in Berlin, then dance and choreography at the Hochschulübergreifendes Zentrum Tanz Berlin (HZT Berlin) and received a Master of Arts from DAS Choreography at the Theaterhochschule Amsterdam. As a performer, dancer and choreographer, she has collaborated with other artists, including deufert&plischke, Zeina Hanna, Ana Laura Lozza, Varinia Canto Vila, Angela Schanelec, Martin Nachbar and Lisa Densem. In 2020/2021 she is a fellow of the Berlin Artistic Research Program.

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