Wire drawings shifting through motion, static sculptures made momentary, processual. Space deconstructed and reassembled.
Fifteen filigree wire sculptures lie strewn across a stage. A dancer enters the stage, approaching the sculptures. Through performative interaction with the objects, the dancer removes the sculptures from their original context and brings them together in a complex new form. The dancer resembles the drawer in the immediacy of his decisions and in his search for a new scale of measurement. Reality is fragmented and filtered, then redefined and reassembled anew.
Idea, concept, art direction: David Pollmann, co-creation and performance: Remo Jost, music composition: Madjid Tahriri, stage design and video teaser: Jan Rothstein, costume design: Benjamin Klunker
Premiere: Museum Folkwang, Essen in 2011. Further presentations: tanzhaus nrw düsseldorf in the frame of now & next (2012), Museum Kunstpalast in the frame of Die Grosse (2014), Wallraf-Richartz-Museum & Fondation Corboud in the frame of Junge Kunstnacht (2011), Schlösschen der Bezirksregierung Düsseldorf (2012) in the frame of Lange Nacht der Museen Düsseldorf
All pictures © Deniz Yenmez 2011