apap production studio Berlin · Performance · Premiere with Christina Ciupke, Igor Dobricic, Clément Layes, Ayşe Orhon, Jasna L. Vinovrški, Litó Walkey
Only a part, not the whole.
»Dears, by chance I opened the Oblique Strategies app on my phone. The first strategy that came up resonates with our project: Only a part, not the whole. It concerns a notion of blindness as a functional lack of comprehensive view and a logic of a 'chance' encounter favoring coexisting plurality of perspective...«
»Blind Date« is an endeavor in which the fabric of collaboration, woven out of interactions between the artists, will become both a working method and a theme. The way in which the performers design their internal relations will determine what they will share with the audience.
By & with Ayse Orhon, Christina Ciupke, Clément Layes, Igor Dobricic, Jasna L. Vinovrški, Litó Walkey | Light, sound: Catalina Fernandez I Production management, PR: Barbara Greiner | Production: A lot of body GbR | Co-production: Tanzfabrik Berlin | Supported by Berliner Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa and apap-Performing Europe 2020, co-funded by Creative Europe Programm of the European Union.
Litó Wakey is a choreographer, performer and teacher living in Berlin. Her work, which has been presented in Europe and the US, includes: Hand of, of Book of Motion, (2006), aswebegin / Weld Company (2013), Where's the rest of me (2012), Like that, Like this (2008), instanded i turn ( 2006), The Missing Dance No.7 (2005), and wings raised to a second power (2002). From 2002 to 2009 Litó was a member of the performance group Goat Island from Chicago. She regularly collaborates with artists such as Boris Hauf, Myriam van Imschoot, Jeanine Durning, Lucy Cash and Karen Christopher and has worked as a performer (among others) with the choreographers Vera Mantero and Martine Piscani. Until recently, Litó was a professor and director of the BA Dance Context Choreography Program at the Inter-University Center for Dance (HZT) in Berlin. She teaches regularly at DOCH (University of Dance and Circus) in Stockholm, Sweden, and is often invited to accompany choreographic work. Litó completed her BA and Masters degree in choreography at the AHK, the College of the Arts in Amsterdam.