The vanishing meeting (Ana Laura Lozza und Bárbara Hang)
This performance results from the gradual erosion of a group practice into a solo practice. In a room, a person talks about things that may never take place. Utterances addressed both to no one and to everyone inquire into the power of imagination. These suggestions take the audience on a journey that begins in the very room they are in, before drifting away into a land of science fiction.
Doppelveranstaltung mit "MeMe - I see. Ah!"
Sophiensæle, Sophienstraße 18, Mitte, 10178 Berlin
Rollstuhlfahrende und Gehbehinderte möchten wir bitten, sich im Vorfeld bei uns anzumelden.
Konzept: Ana Laura Lozza und Bárbara Hang
Performance: Ana Laura Lozza
Licht: Catalina Fernández
Eine Produktion von Acá no hay delivery producciones.
Mit freundlicher Unterstützung von HZT Berlin.
Ana Laura Lozza and Bárbara Hang are Argentinian choreographers and performers who live and work in Berlin and Buenos Aires. In 2010, they founded Acá no hay delivery producciones; a platform to develop, investigate and contain their individual as well as mutual works. This label is a bridge for exchange, communication and exploration of ways of collaboration for dance pieces. Time, translation, authenticity, artificiality and finding ways of affecting the spectator’s subjectivities are issues concerning their works. Their choreographic work made in collaboration includes “That which is the thing”, “Untitled (4 artificios)”, “4 artificios” , “Arcadia” and “The vanishing meeting”.
The Sophiensæle is one of the most important locations for German-speaking independent art-production. Artists from Berlin, as well as the national and international theatre-scene are invited to produce and present their works here. They are selected on the basis of their artis-tic concepts, contents, and working schemes. The theatre is home to cultural discourse and a vast mix of artistic genres – from theatre, dance and music, to performance and visual art - which complement each other and enjoy a productive dialogue. Alongside many young artists searching for new theatrical languages and forms of expression, a number of established artists and companies have longstanding partnerships with the Sophiensæle.