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Picture: Kat Válastur
Rasp Your Soul by Kat Válastur
Picture: Kat Válastur
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Kat Válastur

Rasp Your Soul

After a successful retrospective at HAU last spring, Kat Válastur shows her new work introducing the series “The Staggered Dances of Beauty.” How can dance grasp something that is constantly changing? For this solo the choreographer and dancer Kat Válastur collaborates with the performer Enrico Ticconi and the visual artist Leon Eixenberger. She builds an abstract environment in which a figure dwells and constantly transforms. In this space the body reacts to what it impacts from the digitally marked outside world. Responding to a wide variety of fluid demands and input from the outside, it must also be ready to change and adapt. In “Rasp Your Soul” voice and sound are essential components of this environment and function as a magical organ that expands performativity beyond space and body.     
Current Performances
Thu 02.11.2017, 20:30 / HAU3
Fri 03.11.2017, 20:00 / HAU3
Sat 04.11.2017, 20:00 / HAU3
Sun 05.11.2017, 17:00 / HAU3
English (Language no problem)
Concept, choreography, script / articulations
Kat Válastur
Performance
Enrico Ticconi
Set design and sculpture
Leon Eixenberger
Light design and light objects
Martin Beeretz
Sound design / Music
Bryan Eubanks
Additional sound
Kat Válastur
Choreographer's and production's assistance
Giulia Amici
Costume
Kat Válastur
Costume assistance
Sofia Vannini
Press & production
björn & björn
Touring & distribution
HAU Hebbel am Ufer / Nicole Schuchardt
Premiere 2 November 2017
Production: Kat Válastur. Coproduction: HAU Hebbel am Ufer, Onassis Cultural Foundation, Theater Freiburg, Kunstencentrum STUK Leuven, Stichting Châtel sur Place Amsterdam. Funded by: Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe and NATIONAL PERFORMANCE NET (NPN). Coproduction funding dance supported by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media. With the support of: TATWERK | Performative Forschung, Uferstudios, Tanzfabrik Berlin and ada Studio