Theater, Performance und Tanz in Hamburg - Kampnagel

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Fokus Tanz #7 Dancing Screen
Carolin Jüngst / Lisa Rykena:

Rose la Rose

 
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Dance / Theater & Performance / With audio description / Wheelchair users / digital
  • Thu, 25.02.2021 19:00 [World Premiere, Online]
    Kampnagel – P1 free entrance
  • Fri, 26.02.2021 24H [Online]
    Kampnagel – P1 free entrance
  • Sat, 27.02.2021 24H [Online]
    Kampnagel – P1 free entrance
  • Sun, 28.02.2021 24H [Online]
    Kampnagel – P1 free entrance
  • Mon, 01.03.2021 24H [Online]
    Kampnagel – P1 free entrance
  • Tue, 02.03.2021 24H [Online]
    Kampnagel – P1 free entrance
  • Wed, 03.03.2021 24H [Online]
    Kampnagel – P1 free entrance
  • Thu, 04.03.2021 24H [Online]
    Kampnagel – P1 free entrance
  • Fri, 05.03.2021 24H [Online]
    Kampnagel – P1 free entrance
  • Sat, 06.03.2021 24H [Online]
    Kampnagel – P1 free entrance
  • Sun, 07.03.2021 24H [Online]
    Kampnagel – P1 free entrance

Link to YouTube StreamROSE LA ROSE on YouTube here

A stage space bathed in green-bluish light. One body rests its arms on its drawn knees, holding its left wrist with its right hand, head hanging and looking down. A second body lies lasciviously on the right side, looking at the right rear corner. A third body, on the monitor, bends slightly to the right, one hand on its chest, the other slowly circling its wrist. A fourth body stands in the center of the room. Synchronously, they open their arms to the sides. A smile slowly appears on their faces. Their mouths widen into large holes. The singing of a choir resounds.

In ROSE LA ROSE the choreographer duo Rykena/Jüngst together with the performers Amelia Cavallo and Tian Rotteveel dive into the obscure and at the same time erotic world of show culture and spectacle. They reveal their subversive potentials and pay homage to the in-between, the time before and after revelation, before and after seduction, before and after climax. The multidisciplinary team opens up imaginative spaces in which clichéd notions of erotic bodies are questioned and rewritten.

Through the artistic use of audio description by audiodescriptor Ursina Tossi, which translates visual content into language, the sighted and non-sighted performers intertwine visual and auditory spaces of perception. In a parallel analogue-digital working process between Amelia Cavallo in London and the other performers in Hamburg, they interrogate the (un)visible through the (un)spoken and deliberately create gaps in perception in which the non-visible is made audible and vice versa. The visual and auditory surfaces combine through the voices and bodies of the performers to form a structure of interwoven narratives and interpretations of hybrid eroticism. Bodies and voices disappear, distort, direct, question, challenge.


Following the video premiere on Thu-25 Feb, there will be an online audience talk at 8:30 pm, in which you can actively participate via Zoom, or as a viewer via YouTube. More information here.

Feedback and questions before or after the event are warmly welcome by e-mail to barrierefreiheit@kampnagel.de. Examples:
Before:
Where can I find the video? Can I also start to watch the video later?
Would ROSE LA ROSE also be of interest to my 10 year old son?
Any Trigger warning?
After:
I had a good / bad evening because....
The event did (not) meet my access requirements because ...
I still have questions for the artists.

Kampnagel-AD-Newsletter: If you don't want to miss any future events with audio description on Kampnagel, register here: barrierefreiheit@kampnagel.de


Image description

Two bodies from above bathed in bluish-bronze light, on a soft flokati carpet. They are wearing transparent tracksuits, their skin color is white, they are barefoot. The person on the left rests their arms on their drawn knees, holds their left wrist with their right hand. The head falls between the legs. The person next to them lies on their right side. With the bent legs crossed and leaning on their hands, they look forward to the right - beyond the picture. They touch the other with the tips of their feet. One remains, the other seems to leave the place in the next moment. Long dark hair, no hair, black mesh on skin.


RYKENA/JÜNGST
Carolin Jüngst & Lisa Rykena have been working as an artistic duo between the cities of Munich and Hamburg since 2016. In their dance productions they roam through strip clubs, 1920s vaudeville theaters, Ovid's Metamorphoses or queer comic conventions and let mermaids, she hulks, expressive arias, velvet stages and marble down jackets collide. Their work engages queerfeminist, intersectional, and ableist body discourses and the transformation of normative categorization of bodies. For this purpose, they draw on classical, mythological as well as pop-cultural materials and create new figures, hybrid forms and grotesque embodiments with the aim of dissolving stereotypical, clichéd and heteronormative (gender) attributions.
www.rykenajuengst.tumblr.com



  • Choreography, Performance, Artistic Direction: Carolin Jüngst / Lisa Rykena
  • Dramaturgie: Matthias Quabbe
  • Co-choreography, Performance: Amelia Lander-Cavallo, Tian Rotteveel
  • Access Work: Al Lander-Cavallo
  • Artistic Audiodescription: Ursina Tossi
  • Audiodescription Feedback: Nicole Meyer, Torsten Wolfsdorff, Fabienne Portefé
  • Sound: Konstantin Bessonov
  • Stage: Lea Kissing
  • Kostüme: Hanna Scherwinski
  • Lights: Ricarda Schnoor
  • Film concept & Editing: Martin Prinoth
  • Subtitling and Translation : Emma Stenger, Jessica Hughes
  • Artistic production, press: Stückliesel (Pam Goroncy & Jessica Buchholz)
  • Production assistant: Sina Rundel
  • Photography: Jonas Fischer

ROSE LA ROSE is a production by Carolin Jüngst in coproduction with Kampnagel Hamburg and HochX Munich.

This production is funded by: Hamburg Ministry of Culture and Media, Munich Department of Arts, Fonds Darstellende Künste with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media, Claussen Simon Foundation, Europe Beyond Access / Creative Europe Programme of the European Union

With the kind support of: Huckepack Umzüge.


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