- 27.06.2019, 16.30–23.00 UhrAdmission free, All Informations: https://rp2019.hotglue.me/
- 28.06.2019, 15.30–22.30 UhrAdmission free, All Informations: https://rp2019.hotglue.me/
- 29.06.2019, 17–24 UhrAdmission free, All Informations: https://rp2019.hotglue.me/
- 30.06.2019, 15–20 UhrAdmission free, All Informations: https://rp2019.hotglue.me/
Sticky fingers in a hot pile of mud – getting your hands dirty. Other things grow here. You touch them because their textures allure you. Soaked with earthy scents your hands are wet. They slide along systems of roots: a web, a thread, a link. You click on it. A virus has no shape on its own. It hijacks to reproduce. Material collapsing into 0 and 1, breaking bodies down. Thrusting itself forward the virus plants the haunted, the hacked, the hybrid. It binds through contamination, infiltrates to infect – to affect. “rp19”, this year’s edition of the choreographic festival with students of the Gießen MA program Choreography and Performance (CuP) who occupy the Mousonturm, is meshed in a decade of sediments. Leaking, unfinished, rough – they seep into Mousonturm: mutations taking over the building and getting visible in short pieces, installations, interventions and open formats.
Cast & Credits
Performance festival by and with students of Choreography and Performance, Gießen:
Rodrigo Andreolli, Lena Appel, Bárbara Carvalho, Nina DeLudemann, Luis Garay, Sveta Grigorjeva, Li Lorian, Anneliese Ostertag, Lucas Prado, Carina Premer, Cássio Diniz Santiago, Johanne Schröder, Nikolas Stäudte, Amina Szecsödy, Gry Tingskog,
Lee Mun Wai, Diana De Fex, Oswaldo Mogollón
The international study program Choreography and Performance at the Institute for Applied Theatre Studies at Giessen University combines artistic work and embodied practices with reflexive approaches and critical thought. It stands for an expanded notion of choreography. Concepts of the body and movement are not only analysed and discussed in relation to performance and visual arts, but also in regard to their relevance for actual aesthetic, social and political contexts.