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Picture: Dorothea Tuch
Water between three hands by Rabih Mroué
Picture: Dorothea Tuch
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DANCE ON ENSEMBLE Rabih Mroué

Water between three hands

Part of "OUT OF NOW / DANCE ON Festival"

Deaths, disappearances or farewells are all ways of becoming absent, of losing something, someone or yourself. At the same time, the things lost remain and bury themselves in our memory, so we’re dancing on the traces of existing graphs, collecting fragments, trying to see a whole that doesn’t exist. We’re carrying water that runs through our hands. If there’s no beginning, there’s no end, no margin, no hierarchy. In his first work with dancers, the Libanese theatre-maker Rabih Mroué is interested in the relationships between presence and absence, reality and fiction, focusing on performers’ bodies as sites of archival sedimentation of these questionable boundaries.
After touring to great acclaim all over Europe, it is finally presented in Berlin for the first time.
Current Performances
Sun 04.03.2018, 20:00 / HAU2
English
75 Min.
Concept/Direction
Rabih Mroué
An artistic collaboration with
Ty Boomershine, Amancio Gonzalez, Brit Rodemund, Christopher Roman, Jone San Martin, Ami Shulman
Live music / Composition
Philipp Danzeisen
Lighting
Benjamin Schälike
Sound
Mattef Kuhlmey
Research / Assistant to director
Katharina Rost
With
Ty Boomershine, Brit Rodemund, Christopher Roman, Ami Shulman, Jone San Martin, Frédéric Tavernini
Premiere 23. April 2016, Kampnagel K2, Hamburg
Production: DANCE ON/DIEHL+RITTER
Coproduction: Kampnagel Hamburg, tanzhaus nrw