dialogue dance

groza

It’s like having a Google map to navigate an intimate journey through your inner landscape. Like the fear of the fear that something frightening might happen. It’s the rehearsal of an emotion that you probably cannot stand, ambivalent to the exhausting feeling of a contemporary body going through technological changes with the taste of left-over erotic from yesterdays party still in your mouth. Out of billions of sperm cells I came in first place. I must be a winner if I already went through foxy levels of dimensions. I’m not afraid of you or your opinions and prejudices and given rules, but rather of my uncontrollable personalities. It’s my own weather that frightens me. I should not go swimming if the weather forecast is bad. Poor Katja Kabanova experienced it a hundred years ago after she fucked up in Ostrovsky´s piece.

photos: c. haring

the taste still remains fresh. again and again happiness is longing for repetition, but repetition can make the truth out of a lie. did einstein know that we could survive a chemical catastrophe when our feelings go disco?

if yes, how could he then say “nothing happens until something moves”?

 

Groza is a performance by Dialogue Dance & Liquid Loft

Choreography: Chris Haring
Sound: Andreas Berger
Dance: Ivan Estegneev, Ekaterina Polyakova, Olga Kapustina, Maria Kachalkova
Video: Sergei Lintsov

In collaboration with STANTSIA art-venue (Kostroma) and TSEKH Center (Moscow) within the framwork of the project “Factories of the Imagination” (EU-Russia).

Liquid Loft is supported by MA7 Kulturabteilung Stadt Wien (City of Vienna, Cultural Department) and BMUKK Unterricht Kunst und Kultur (Austrian Federal Ministry for Culture, Arts and Education).

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