/
Violet by Meg Stuart/ Damaged Goods
Picture: Chris van der Burght
Violet by Meg Stuart / Damaged Goods
Picture: Ida Jakobs
Violet by Meg Stuart / Damaged Goods
Picture: Chris van der Burght
Violet von Meg Stuart / Damaged Goods
Picture: Tine Declerck
/
/
Logo of the Hebbel am Ufer

Meg Stuart / Damaged Goods

VIOLET

Five dancers reveal simultaneously and singularly an energetic landscape, a charged terrain of options. Their actions are manifestations of surging phenomena, imperceptible but always active. VIOLET is a steep descent into a maelstrom, a swirl of energetic patterns and kinetic sculptures full of detail, partnered live on stage by musician Brendan Dougherty on electronics and percussion. After a period of cross-breeding with other art forms and collaborations, Meg Stuart turns in VIOLET to movement as its primary motor, pairing choreography with an alchemy of the senses. Perhaps the most abstract piece so far in her long standing career, VIOLET bears Stuart’s unique signature, an art that hones a frail ‘condition humaine’ in its intense physical emergence.

Current Performances
Sat 13.05.2017, 21:00 / HAU2
Sun 14.05.2017, 20:00 / HAU2
80 Min
Choreography:
Meg Stuart
Created with:
Alexander Baczynski-Jenkins, Varinia Canto Vila, Adam Linder, Kotomi Nishiwaki, Roger Sala Reyner
Performance:
Marcio Kerber Canabarro, Varinia Canto Vila, Renan Martins de Oliveira, Kotomi Nishiwaki, Roger Sala Reyner
Live Music:
Brendan Dougherty
Dramaturgy:
Myriam Van Imschoot
Scenography:
Janina Audick
Light Design:
Jan Maertens
Costumes:
Nina Kroschinske
Technical Director:
Oliver Houttekiet
Sound:
Richard König
Production:
Eline Verzelen
Tour management:
Annabel Heyse
Assistant Stage:
Julia Kneusels
Assistant Costumes:
Nina Witkiewicz
Assistant Production:
Mira Moschallski
Rerun March 21 2015
Produktion: Damaged Goods (Brüssel). Koproduktion: PACT Zollverein (Essen), Festival d’Avignon (Avignon), Festival d’Automne à Paris (Paris), Les Spectacles vivants – Centre Pompidou (Paris), La Bâtie - Festival de Genève (Genf), Kaaitheater (Brüssel). In Zusammenarbeit mit RADIALSYSTEM V und Uferstudios (Berlin). Gefördert aus Mitteln des Hauptstadtkulturfonds. Meg Stuart & Damaged Goods werden unterstützt von den Flämischen Behörden und der Kommission der Flämischen Gemeinschaft.