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GLAND by Kat Válastur
Picture: Doro Tuch
GLAND by Kat Válastur
GLAND by Kat Válastur
Picture: Doro Tuch
GLAND by Kat Válastur
Picture: Doro Tuch
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Kat Válastur

GLAND

Part of the retrospective "We were better in the future"

In her new solo “GLAND”, the choreographer and dancer Kat Válastur wanders through unknown landscapes created alongside her body. “GLAND“ is a projection of a landscape, in which a series of events is experienced in parallel universes, shifting from familiarity to the unfamiliar. The tiger's leap, the stillness of the statue, shining of the asphalt on a rainy night, all belong to the same category. Every gesture belongs to a constellation of thoughts about its meaning. What if there is no meaning but only gestures? Now step out from the projection and tell me where you are. With her own particular virtuos­ity, Válastur presents new challenges to habitual perception over and over again. “GLAND” is the first work in a series of choreographies by Kat Válastur entitled “The marginal Sculptures of Newtopia” and will take place in two complementary spaces: on stage (dimension a) and on the web ­(dimension b). 
Current Performances
Thu 30.03.2017, 20:00 / HAU3
Fri 31.03.2017, 19:00 / HAU3
Sat 01.04.2017, 19:00 / HAU3
Duration 1:00
Concept, choreography, performance
Kat Válastur
Sound design & diffusion
Lambros Pigounis
Stage Design
Ulrich Leitner
Light design
Martin Beeretz
Video
Iosif Lykakis
Costume design
Lydia Sonderegger
Artistic collaboration
Nikos Flessas, Thomas Schaupp, Stephen Zepke
Assistant
Ania Nowak
Webdesign
Lamb and Lamp
Production & press
björn & björn
Premiere May 6 2014
Rerun Mar 3 2017
Production: Kat Válastur. Co-production: HAU Hebbel am Ufer and Tanzquartier Wien. Supported by the Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa  and Fonds Darstellende Künste e.V. and Institut für Raumexperimente (Berlin). The retrospective is supported within the framework of the Alliance of International Production Houses by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media. Presented in the context of [DNA] Departures and Arrivals with support of the EU cultural programme.