A Passo Di Mulo (2018 & 2020) / Lina Gómez

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A PASSO DI MULO © Dieter Hartwig
A PASSO DI MULO © Dieter Hartwig
A PASSO DI MULO © Dieter Hartwig
A PASSO DI MULO © Dieter Hartwig
A PASSO DI MULO © Dieter Hartwig
A PASSO DI MULO © Dieter Hartwig
A PASSO DI MULO © Dieter Hartwig
A PASSO DI MULO © Dieter Hartwig
A PASSO DI MULO © Dieter Hartwig

A PASSO DI MULO © Dieter Hartwig A PASSO DI MULO © Dieter Hartwig A PASSO DI MULO © Dieter Hartwig A PASSO DI MULO © Dieter Hartwig A PASSO DI MULO © Dieter Hartwig A PASSO DI MULO © Dieter Hartwig A PASSO DI MULO © Dieter Hartwig A PASSO DI MULO © Dieter Hartwig A PASSO DI MULO © Dieter Hartwig

CREDITS:

IDEA, CONCEPT, CHOREOGRAPHY: Lina Gómez  

DANCE, CO-CREATION: Julek Kreutzer, Diethild Meier, Bella Hager, Camille Chapon (2018), Alistair Watts (2020)

MUSIC: Michelangelo Contini, Aaron Snyder

VOICE: Maja Olenderek

LIGHT DESIGN: Bruno Pocheron

SCENOGRAPHY: Michelangelo Contini

​SCENOGRAPHIC COLLABORATION: Michele Piazzi

COSTUME: Sandra Ernst

DRAMATURGICAL CONSULTATION: Thomas Schaupp

​PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT: M.i.C.A - Movement in Contemporary Art / Cilgia Gadola

COOPERATION PRODUCTION: Svetlana Gorich

PHOTOS © Dieter Hartwig

Funded by Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa, in cooperation with Tanzfabrik Berlin and with the kind support of Schloss Bröllin e.V. and Wiesen 55 e.V.


PERFORMANCES:

Premiere: 14 July 2018 (+15/16/17 July 2018) Tanzfabrik Berlin (OPEN SPACES#2).

Re-staging: 20-23 Februar 2020 Tanzfabrik Berlin, OPEN SPACES – Laughing & Loving

“Today I wander with a fixed but flexible gaze, with my knees light, and my feet continuously submerged in the dust, in the mud, in the water, in the stone. Tirelessly I go on, carrying my earth in my stomach, carrying someone’s weight on my back. I cross landscapes of flesh, I vibrate with the cries of the deaf dust and I lose myself in the attempt to continue, to reinvent myself. I let the yellow dust mark my veins, I bear the vertical burden of my head and let the force of someone else’s breath renew me. I move and plunge, plunge and move, always forward, as Doña Esperanza used to say.”

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