Tanzfabrik
Berlin
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Wedding 5
Badstr. 41A, Uferstr. 23
13357 Berlin
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Photo: Katarzyna Szugajew

Church of Non-Divine

apap production studio berlin · Premiere with Karol Tyminski

Just after Science killed God we went dancing. We sweated out the doctrines, shook of the normatives, stomped on the old believes. We were meat and bones. We were clashing against each other, taking shapes which normally didn’t belong to our bodies. Blood rushed through our veins like they were highways which could take us to places we didn’t know. Heads about to explode, the world almost falling apart. Science and I would have a chia pudding and she will try to explain it all to me. We would open a church where we would let people get together to shatter the self as they know it.

Choreography: Karol Tyminski | Performance: Karol Tyminski, Kasia Wolinska, Mike O’Connor | Music: Marc Lohr | Dramaturgy: Agata Siniarska | Lightdesign: Maika Knoblich | Technical manager: Robert Lange | Stage design assistance : Valentina Wong |  Production management: M.i.C.A. - Movement in Contemporary Art. | Funded by Senatsverwaltung Kultur und Europa, Tanzfabrik Berlin and in the frame of apap – Performing Europe 2016-2020, co-funded by Creative Europe Programme der EU. Supported by Center in Motion Choreographers Workspace Warsaw and the residency at Tanzhaus Zürich.
This year the HZT Berlin celebrates its 10th anniversary together with the partners of the TanzRaumBerlin network. Karol Tyminski is a graduate of the HZT Berlin.

Karol Tyminski

Karol Tymiński is a Polish choreographer/performer based in Berlin, co-founder of Center in Motion - Choreographers Workspace in Warsaw. He graduated from P.A.R.T.S. in year 2006 and previously from Warsaw Ballet School. Tymiński in his works deviates from formal aspects and focuses on the explorations of the human body on the very physical level, making it the source of the choreographic material. He aims to speak about human condition, reaching the emotional side of the performer by penetrating his physicality what was demonstrated in his earlier pieces such as „Doll House” (2011) „Beep” (2013) „Pussy” (2014) „Liminal” (2015) - commissioned by Icelandic Dance Company or „This is a musical” (2015).