The Way You Look (At Me) Tonight
Ausschnitte aus der Performance
In the frame of Open Spaces#2-2016
Claire Cunningham and Jess Curtis investigate the role of movement and sensory dynamics in the perception and performance of otherness. It is a dance, a song, a story, a sculpture, a play, a fight, a journey to be sung, spoken, seen, felt, heard, read, viewed, approved (or disproved!) by Gravity artistic director Jess Curtis and Scottish self-identified disabled performer and choreographer Claire Cunningham as lead artists, in collaboration with renowned philosopher of perception Dr. Alva Noë. The sharing will show mid-stages of research for a new full-evening duet to premiere on November 2nd, 2016 at Tanzfabrik. A conversation with Alva Noë takes place 14th July.
Choreografphy: Jess Curtis & Claire Cunningham | Philosophical advice Dr. Alva Noë | Dramaturgy: Luke Pell | Composition: Matthias Herrmann | Video: Yoann Trellu | Production management: Julia Danila, Nadja Dias, Alec White | A production of Jess Curtis/ Gravity, Claire Cunningham and Tramway Glasgow | Kindly supported by Fonds Darstellende Künste e.V. and Senatskanzlei für Kulturelle Angelegenheiten (Kofinanzierungsfonds); Unlimited using funding by Creative Scotland; New England Foundation for the Arts/ National Dance Project, Kenneth Rainin Foundation and San Francisco Arts Commission.
In the frame of Sommer Tanz 2016 Claire Cunningham and Jess Curtis will teach the workshop "Watch Me Watch You".