Peeping Tom

Peeping Tom arrives in Berlin: “We show you the oppression of man”

We interviewed Franck Chartier from Belgian collective Peeping Tom over the course of Tanz im August festival, where they were present with “32 rue Vandenbranden”. One of the inspirational sources for this piece was Shohei Imamura’s The Ballad of Narayama where an old woman is taken to the top of mountain Narayama by her children, to die. Gabriela Carrizo and Franck Chartier wanted to dig into … Continue reading Peeping Tom arrives in Berlin: “We show you the oppression of man”

Meg Stuart for Tanz im August: “Material is alive, and we can dialogue with it”

We interviewed choreographer Meg Stuart over the course of the 28th Edition of Tanz im August Festival, where she was present with the solo “BLESSED”. An apocalyptic scenario in a stage format, including funny appearances by a Brazilian carnival dancer: a sonny boy, clad in white and sandals, stalks through a cardboard paradise with a Swan Lake swan, South Seas palm tree and hut. But soon … Continue reading Meg Stuart for Tanz im August: “Material is alive, and we can dialogue with it”

Tanz im August: Interview with Motus

Daniela Nicolò and Enrico Casagrande share fascinating insights on the recently shown and much celebrated MDLSX. The bleeding pain and warm gratitude of Silvia Calderoni’s voice honor each and everyone’s fleeting being that cannot be contained within the borders of the body, skin color, sexual organs or boundaries of national identity. Silvia Calderoni’s strength is endearing to us as she takes on godly imageries of … Continue reading Tanz im August: Interview with Motus

Sebastian Matthias takes the groove in Berlin, but not the ordinary way

We shape our urban surroundings collectively, often without even noticing it; this is how we create the daily groove of a city. For three years now, in his performance series groove space, Sebastian Matthias and his team of dancers have been investigating the essential features of this specific rhythm: the tactile collective movement of a city. The last performance in the series, x / groove … Continue reading Sebastian Matthias takes the groove in Berlin, but not the ordinary way

ShareCulture Creative Mobility

“ShareCulture Creative Mobility” is a project aimed at strengthening a network of existing partnerships among European realities operating in the field of audio-visual production and research and development of new media: Howest in Belgium, Mediagrammi e.V. in Germany, Genista Research Foundation in Malta. Each organization hosted European audiovisual artists and performers allowing them to develop original video productions. Here is a sample of the video … Continue reading ShareCulture Creative Mobility