Black Lives Matter Monat 2019 – Kalender

< 2018 >
Februar 1
  • 01

    Black and Brown Bodies in Motion

    19:00 -20:30
    Möckernstraße 72, 10965 Berlin, Deutschland
    Möckernstraße 72, 10965 Berlin, Deutschland
    Black and Brown Bodies in Motion is a space for self-identified Black womxn and womxn of color to expand their movement practice. The goal is to empower and strengthen the dance community of womxn of color.
    Hosted by Nasheeka Nedsreal

    CTM 2018 - FIVE Berlin / Embryogenesis

    19:30 -20:50
    Hallesches Ufer 32, 10963 Berlin, Deutschland
    Hallesches Ufer 32, 10963 Berlin, Deutschland

    HAU Hebbel am Ufer |
    1. February 2018 | Doors 18:30 Starts 19:30 h | Tickets €20 / €16 reduced

    19:30 Lotic & Roderick George – „Embryogenesis“
    20:15 Rashaad Newsome – „FIVE Berlin“

    A special emphasis on the intersection of music and dance will be ongoing at the HAU2 venue via focus points on pioneering artists and art forms.

    In FIVE, another multi-night showcase at HAU2 exploring the crossroads of movement and sound, multidisciplinary American artist Rashaad Newsome will investigate African, European, and North-American roots in the NYC underground dance tradition, vogueing. Accompanied by a makeshift orchestra comprised of NY-based Mc. Princess Mami Precious, baritone opera singer Justin Austin, and five local musicians, five dancers represent – and perform – each of the five individual elements of vogue femme. Using video game controllers and custom motion tracking software, Newsome maps and visualizes the movement patterns of dancers in real time. During the performance, drawing, music, dance, and technology collide and build into a beautifully structured crescendo of sound and movement.

    Preceding FIVE, club accelerationist Lotic and classically trained American dancer Roderick George team up to present “Embryogenesis,” a piece exploring the restrictions of assigning certain dance genres to specific racial groups or cultures. The collaboration investigates the potential of blurring boundaries between „high“ and „popular“ culture, setting classical and modern dance styles to Lotic’s metallic dancefloor blowouts in a kinetic, ever-evolving exchange.