Meg Stuart / Damaged Goods



Mousonturm Saal


Choreographer Meg Stuart has written dance history with her large-scale pieces. In Hunter, she now personally takes to the stage in a solo that hunts down personal and cultural memories, artistic heroes, fantasies and invisible forces, whose dramatic dynamics constitute and form us. Be it the cartoonesque body, a shamanist chanting ritual, or a noisy sound sculpture – the self-portraits, which Meg Stuart constantly reassembles out of the spoils of her research, resonate in a space that extends far beyond the single body. Join us for an encounter with an extraordinary choreographer and performer: Meg Stuart, more powerful and more fragile than we have seen in a long time.

Choreography and performance: Meg Stuart * Dramaturgy: Jeroen Peeters * Sound design: Vincent Malstaf * Scenography: Barbara Ehnes * Costume design: Claudia Hill * Lighting Jan Maertens * Video: Chris Kondek * Assistant choreography: Ana Rocha * Assistant scenography: Giulia Paolucci * Assistant costume design: Kahori Furukawa * Assistant video: Phillip Hohenwarter * Technical direction: Oliver Houttekiet * Stage realisation: Volker Brenner * Production management: Eline Verzelen * Light technique: Jan Maertens * Sound technique: Vincent Malstaf * Stage technique: Gilles Roosen * Tour management: Annabel Heyse * Thanks to Sigal Zouk, Jane Armitage, Pope Freeman, Jonas Mekas, Wanda Golonka, Abigail Child (for a part of the soundtrack of MUTINY), Uferstudios (Berlin), Ponderosa (Stolzenhagen) * Production: Damaged Goods (Brussels) * Co-production: HAU Hebbel am Ufer (Berlin), La Bâtie Festival de Genève, Gessnerallee (Zürich), BIT Teatergarasjen (Bergen), Les Spectacles vivants – Centre Pompidou (Paris) * With special support of Hauptstadtkulturfonds Berlin * Supported by the NATIONALES PERFORMANCE NETZ (NPN) International Guest Performance Fund for Dance, which is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media on the basis of a decision by the German Bundestag * Meg Stuart / Damaged Goods are supported by the Flemish authorities and the Flemish Community Commission.