Judith Hummel: Wo komme ich her? (Digital World Premiere)
Grind words between teeth and tongue, produce red powder from bricks, follow memories, use the body, do tangible actions, and leave new traces behind while searching for traces ... At Altes Betonwerk Sendling, the performer from Munich Judith Hummel and the musician Evi Keglmaier set out on a physical journey searching for fragments of a past life. Searching for her origins, a granddaughter follows the traces of her grandmother. Her grandmother fled from the Banat region in Romania during the last years of the war and came to Germany. Her route also went through Hungary, but the memories of this remain a "black spot." In an anecdote the grandmother tells about how as a child she ground bricks to make red bell pepper powder for her make-believe grocery store. This stage of the performative research "where do I come from?" emanates from these themes.
Artistic Direction, Performance: Judith Hummel / Performance, Voice, Accordion, Viola: Evi Keglmaier / Collaboration, Choreography: Heidi Schnirch / Collaboration, Scenic Design: Ruth Geiersberger / Dramaturgy: Ulrike Wörner von Faßmann / Lighting Design: Charlotte Marr / Video, Photography: Laura Kansy / Set: Katrin Schmid / Costumes: Theresa Scheitzenhammer / Graphic Designer: Stephanie Roderer / Production Management: Veronika Heinrich / Rat & Tat Kulturbüro / Public Relations: Beate Zeller
The project is supported by NATIONALES PERFORMANCE NETZ - STEPPING OUT, and sponsored by the Federal Commissioner for Culture and the Media, as part of the initiative NEUSTART KULTUR; the Dance Support Program; and the Cultural Foundation of Stadtsparkasse München. It is also made possible by the Bavarian National Association for Contemporary Dance (BLZT) with funds from the Bavarian State Ministry for Science and Art. Judith Hummel is a member of Tanztendenz München e.V.
What I´m Working on ...
Online exchange for professional dance artists in Munich
For the second edition of "What I'm working on" anyone who is interested and who works in te field of dance is invited to exchange ideas and thoughts and provide insights into their current projects and research. Professionals who are interested are also cordially invited to participate if they would like to gain insights into what is currently happening in the Munich dance scene.
What new work forms and strategies have emerged this past year in the exciting area of local and international works? Following the impulse with regards to content from "Meeting Points," a German-Scottish exchange format for choreographers, four dance artists from Munich will provide brief insights into their current research and work processes.
As a live encounter during a stroll ("walk & talk") is not possible due to the current hygiene measures, "What I'm working on" will take place via Zoom. Participants who register by May 5 and enter their post address will receive by mail a small surprise for the online get-together.
Tuesday, May 11th, 3 p.m., Zoom conference
Please note that the number of participants is limited!
Register by May 9 at: email@example.com (those who register by May 5 will receive a surprise by mail!)
With impulses from: Sahra Huby; Ceren Oran; Jasmine Ellis; Quindell Orton; The Work Room (Glasgow, Scotland); Tanzbüro Munich; and many more.
Sponsors: "What I'm working on" is an initiative of HochX Theater und Live Art, Tanzbüro Munich, and Iwanson International School of Contemporary Dance. The second edition is supported by DIEHL+RITTER/TANZPAKT RECONNECT, and sponsored by Beauftragte der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien, as part of the Initiative NEUSTART KULTUR, Hilfsprogramm Tanz.
ONLINE WORKSHOP: Stumble Forward, Standing Upright and Stepping out of Line
We always step out of line when we cannot meet expectations we are confronted with. Or don't want to. How much creative leeway opens up when we withdraw from the compulsion to acclimatize?
With the language of dance, this workshop for teenagers and young adults conveys suggestions for how we can put adopted ideas and images in motion and reshape them. "Old" steps from classical and modern repertoires will be conveyed, which are meant to be broken open and created "anew." All of the participants will receive "secret" assignments to "disrupt" the choreography. New scopes of creativity are created from the common disruptive factors. Here art consists of adopting what is useful from the "old" but also letting go what restricts.
Saturday, May 08th & Sunday, May 9th, 3 p.m., Zoom Conference (participation only with camera)
Management: Simone Endres, Campus – Bayerisches Staatsballett
Information + Registration: (until Thursday, May 6th) at firstname.lastname@example.org
ONLINE WORKSHOP: Futures of Dance Journalism (TANZ.media Tutorials)
The TANZ.media association offers a workshop on the topic of podcasting as part of the advanced training series “Futures of Dance Journalism” during the DANCE festival.
The workshop is aimed at dance journalists as well as interested people with comparable professional experience who want to deepen their knowledge in online journalism.
Workshop #1: Podcasting, May 10th to 12th, Online
Coach: Christiane Zwick (radio journalist and podcast coach)
For Questions send an e-mail to email@example.com