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Dauer: 45 Minuten

Tickets: 15,- / 10,- (erm.)

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Freitag 02.08., um 20:00 Uhr  
Samstag 03.08., um 20:00 Uhr  

Concept and choreography:
Maria Colusi, Edgardo Rudnitzky

Music and objects:
Edgardo Rudnitzky

Created with and performed by:
Roberta Ricci, Elizaveta Polyakova, Laura Schultis, Maria Colusi

Light design:
Sabina Szych



Umbrío


„Umbrío“ is a project by Maria Colusi in collaboration with the composer Edgardo Rudnitzky.

The content of the work focuses on the exploration of the behaviour of crowds and the individual within the collective.

Collective activity can be conceptualised as a generator of a space in which the individual is taken out of themselves towards the encounter of the multiple others.

A proposal that invites the viewer to observe and listen to bodies in play between vulnerability, strength, interdependence, closeness, disorientation and trust as forms of collective resistance.

The concept of resilience has traditionally been approached at the individual level. However, the current global challenges, including economic crises, natural disasters and social tensions, demonstrate the need to consider resilience from a different perspective. This piece examines how individuals build resilience and how it manifests itself through collective practices and mutual support structures.

The piece invites the audience to experience a play between sound, visuals and dance.

„...the only way I know to deal with the difficult times we live in is generative joy and collective thinking.“
Donna Haraway (biologist and historian of science)

María Colusi (Argentina) is a dancer, choreographer and dance teacher. She has worked in Argentina at the Ballet Contemporaneo del Teatro San Martín. In Europe she worked with Sasha Waltz, Heike Henning and William Forsythe among others. Her choreographic and interdisciplinary work was supported by the Distanz-solo, Akademie der Kunst, Darstellender Kunst (DE) and Antorchas Foundation (ARG). Her works have been performed in several venues as Theater im Delphi, Radialsystem, MaerzMusik, Pilharmonia Szczecin, DOCK11, Berliner Ensemble, ZAK, Soundance Festival, Festival Plataforma, a. o. www.mariacolusi.com

Edgardo Rudnitzky was born in 1956 in Argentina. Composer, sound artist and percussionist. Has worked for many years as a composer and sound designer for theater productions, contemporary dance and films. He has presented his own installations, including collaborations with visual artists. His work has been presented at numerous festivals and exhibitions: 51 Venice Biennale, Yokohama Triennale, Natural History Museum Halle, Staatsoper Unter den Linden, Theater der Welt Berlin, Festival de Cannes, Berlinale, among others. www.rudni.com

Roberta Ricci (Italy), is a dancer, choreographer and dance teacher. She has been working in several state theaters as well as for independent companies, realizing projects in many parts of Europe as Cadmium compagnie in Paris, Movimento Danza in Naples, REVOLVEr Dance Theater in Berlin, among others. She develops her work, alone and in collaboration with a variety of artists, presenting her creations at festivals and venues as Sophiensaele, DOCK 11, Uferstudios, Soundance Festival, Laborgras, Festival Teatro Italia, PAN Palazzo delle Arti Naples a. o. She is a co-founder/artist of the Company HAA. www.roberta-ricci.com

Elizaveta Poliakova is a dancer, choreographer, and dance teacher. With a solid foundation in classical ballet from the Moscow State Choreography Academy of the Bolshoi Theatre, she has seamlessly transitioned into the world of contemporary dance. In recent years, she has performed in works by Chaim Gebber, Iria Arenas, Johannes Wieland, Alleyne Dance, Sasa Queliz, and Harake Dance Company, among others. She also develops her own works, such as 'Estel' and 'Rītuī | Rītum’.

Laura Schultis is an Argentinian artist living in Berlin since 2019. She studied choreographic composition at the Universidad Nacional de Arte in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and also completed a three-year training programme in contemporary dance.

In Argentina, she has participated in several shows on a national level and in numerous projects as a dancer and choreographer.

She is currently developing as a freelance artist in the contemporary dance scene in Berlin and has worked in different projects as assistant director, dancer and choreographer. www.lauraschultis.com

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