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Approximations #6

Ongoing practice by Martin Sonderkamp, Darko Dragičević
In the frame of Open Spaces#3-2017

Visual artist Darko Dragicevic and choreographer Martin Sonderkamp investigate the simultaneity of two processes: The unfolding of existing and absent space into a bodily interior and the simultaneous expansion and drawing of an inner space into a spatial exterior. On the basis of these reciprocal inscriptions, the performers negotiate potential spaces of interaction in which space and body are equal-ranking actors. Movement and visual language are divided into elementary, choreographic particles. The affective-sensory systems, developed on this basis, their different functions, as well as their placements in space are used as concrete forms for their visceral and visual dialogue.

Concept, performance: Darko Dragicevic, Martin Sonderkamp | Sound design: Tomas Wansing | Music: William Basinski (The Deluge) | A production by Collegium Hungaricum Berlin with Darko Dragicevic and Martin Sonderkamp, supported by TanzFaktur Cologne, JSKD Ljubljana.

In the frame of the dance campaign „Watch Me Dance“.

Martin Sonderkamp

Martin Sonderkamp studied dance and choreography at the SNDO Amsterdam. His choreographic work seeks to expand disciplinary and aesthetic boundaries between dance, visual art and music and features forms of social choreography, mixed media installations and scores for extemporary performances. Most recent works include Approximations (2015), Task 14 (2014), Rewired (2013) and Social Movement (2012). He co-founded and danced with Amsterdam based Magpie Music Dance Company (1995-2006) and performed in numerous improvisation events across Europe, the US and Asia.

Darko Dragičević

Darko Dragičević was born in Belgrade and lives in Berlin. He has shown his work internationally since 2003. In terms of an expanded practice of performance, choreography and film, he is involved in interdisciplinary projects and cross-media collaborations. His most recent works include performance projects «Silent Trio» with Christina Ciupke, «Exhaustion and Exhuberance», and «Lie & Theft as Practice» published as a book by Goethe-Institut Serbia. Darko Dragičević teaches at institutions such as DOCH/Stockholm University of the Arts, ZZT/HfmT Köln, Folkwang Universität Essen, Y-Institut/Hochschule der Künste Bern and Tanzquartier Wien.  darkodragicevic.com

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