apap studio berlin · Performance · Premiere
In the frame of Open Spaces#1-2019
Regarding the other in a cross-matter eroticism.
The gardener figure is meant to represent a colonizer of the natural habitat, where according to his needs, he rules over the value of specific beings and their very right to exist. In search of a promise for a less aggressive human intervention in the very sensitive network of relations between different beings, Tyminski undertakes a study of inter-material eroticism. For this, he tries out an impossible love-relationship with an ocean. In this manner, he shows the potential of intermaterial eroticism to be a potential means of sensitizing individuals to inanimate matter and creating an equilibrium of statuses between the human being and its surroundings.
Choreography, Performance: Karol Tyminski | Music: Marc Lohr | Text: Karol Tyminski, Virginia Woolf | Support by the European Culture Programme and Tanzfabrik Berlin in the frame of apap – Performing Europe 2020, co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union. Special thanks to Claire Vivienne Sobottke and Simone Aughterlony.