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Berlin
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Wedding 14
Badstr. 41A, Uferstr. 23
13357 Berlin
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Image: Dan Lancea

Neverendings: Season 1 – 100 Years Revolution

Premiere in zwei Staffeln with Sergiu Matis

In a Soviet Berlin, during a series of celebrations of 100 years since the October Revolution, selected people of the city are invited to meet five special comrades. They will commemorate this moment in history when utopia came to power with choirs and dances that glorify the fantastic achievements of the brave heroes during this golden age. The huge efforts, the immense struggles, the horrendous atrocities and the irremediable failures won’t be forgotten, but now it's time to plan the next 100 years of the neverending, permanent revolution. The bodies of the masses are choreographed into collective daydreams towards a better world.

Concept, Choreography: Sergiu Matis | Performance: Jule Flierl, Martin Hansen, Gyung Moo Kim, Orlando Rodriguez, Maria Walser, Diletta Sperman | Space: Dan Lancea | Costume: Philip Ingman | Music: N1L (Martins Rokis) | Lightdesign: Sandra Blatterer | Dramaturgy: Mila Pavicevic | Production management: David Eckelmann | Supported by Senatsverwaltung Kultur und Europa.
This year the HZT Berlin celebrates its 10th anniversary together with the partners of the TanzRaumBerlin network. Sergiu Matis is a graduate of the HZT Berlin.

 

1.7.  "Der Resonanzraum #2 - innere Geschichten und Befreiungen". Audience format after the performance (in english).

Supported by mapping dance berlin.


30.6. + 2.7. "Neverendings: Season 2 – Daydreams for a Better World"

Sergiu Matis

Sergiu Matiș, born in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, began his professional career at the Tanztheater Nuremberg. He has been living in Berlin since 2008, working with choreographers such as Colette Sadler, Yossi Berg, Philip Bergmann, Daniel Kok, and Jee-Ae Lim. He dances and works in several choreographies of Sasha Waltz & Guests (Dialoge: Neues Museum and MAXXI, Continu, Matsukaze, and Sacre). In 2014 he completed his Master’s degree Solo/Dance/Authorship (SODA) at HZT Berlin and received a scholarship from the German National Academic Foundation. His choreographies (Human Nature, Landing, ThreeDoors. Search, 89. Grenzenlos, Ending-dong, doom room, Duet, Keep it real, Explicit Content) have been shown internationally in Radialsystem/Berlin, Kinitiras Studio/Athens, eXplore Dance Festival/Bucharest, European Festival of Performing Arts Timișoara/Romania, International Festival dance.movement.theatre Gheorgheni/Romania, The National Dance Centre in Bucharest, Hebbel am Ufer Berlin, Antistatic Festival/Sofia, and Impulstanz Vienna.