Time to Meet · Showing + Talk
Renae Shadler, David Bloom
In the frame of Open Spaces/Sommer Tanz 2017
Naming things not only separates them from one another and gives them identity, but also can bring them into being. Motivated by the generation of meaning in the ‘post-truth’ era, Renae Shadler and David Bloom work with language, movement, sound, and energy to invoke their constantly shifting reality. Working only with what is authentically present, the artists examine the intersections of the personal and political.
“Naming it” includes the showing of a performance duet by Shadler called “And She saw that it was good”, and Blooms research for "The Universe Project’', followed by a discussion with the audience into their shared artistic inquiry.
Concept, performance: Renae Shadler, David Bloom | Sound: Kay Karl | Performance, collaboration: Paweł Dudus, Laura Eva Meuris, David Bloom, Renae Shadler, Mirjam Sögner | Thanks to Nica Berndt-Caccivio.
20.7. “Frei-Raum". Audience format after the performance (in English).
Supported by mapping dance
Renae Shadler is an Australian performance artist living and working between Berlin and Melbourne. Her work traverses dance, experimental performance and participatory projects. In 2012 she founded Renae Shadler & Collaborators; a project-based collective that creates work for public spaces, theatres and galleries. As a dancer and actress Renae has worked with Triage Live Art Collective, Blackhole Theatre, Dewy Dell and Maybe_Together, among others. She was the acting coach for ‘Asobi’ by Kaori Ito/Les Ballets C de la B and a DanceWEB 2014 recipient. renaeshadler.com