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    8:00 pm
    75 min.
    10 / 15
    International Program 2018

STILL TO COME, A FEMINIST PORNSCAPE

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22.10 (Monday), 20:00

Centre for Culture and Debate “The Red House”

Str. “Lyuben Karavelov” 15

Performance

In English Language

75 min.

 

Concept And Choreography – Rahel Barra (Germany), Ida Daniel (Bulgaria), Ana Dubljević (Serbia), Frida Laux (Germany), Zrinka Užbinec (Croatia); Performance – Rahel Barra, Ida Daniel, Ana Dubljević, Zrinka Užbinec;  Lights And Stage – Carina Premer; Costumes – Silvio Vujičić; Cover Photo, Photo And Video Documentation – Julia Novacek; Production – Marijana Cvetković

A cooperation between Künstlerhaus Mousonturm and MA Choreography and Performance, Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen, in the frame of Hessische Theaterakademie.

 

Transcending duality and peak, “STILL TO COME, a feminist pornscape” desires otherwise: softness, multiplicity, beyondness, lust for what is yet to come, dissolving and gathering anew. We are dancing with our butt holes while undressing, redressing, covering my face, your foot, our prosthetic holes, making tongue choreography 1,2,3. Our hair is radical softness, we disappear in ourselves and in an infinite love affair. We play masters of dungeon where we build islands of faceless people and our bodies morph. We want to sext like it was 1996, like our childhood selves merged to a fictional “I” of mutating age and gender, to whom virginity was nothing more than a zodiac state.

Can we approximate a utopian sci-fi-pornochoreography grounded in the here and now?

Coproduced by: Station Service for contemporary dance with Departures and Arrivals, with the support of Creative Europe Programme, the International Coproduction Fund of the Goethe-Institute, Act Independent Theatre Festival, Sofia, Goethe Institut Bulgaria and Goethe Institut Belgrade


ACT Festival 2018