Constructing Ruins


ENGLISH: [...sets and sceneries have to be designed and created in the workshop. They include outdoor and indoor scenes and must usually achieve the appearance of depth and distance within the spatial limitations of the stage. But take into account when cutting the spinal column, to use a knife designated only for this purpose. Also remember stage lighting has to be provided to set the moods and sensitivities of the play, and to permit the showing of the emotional charge in the face of the actors. Costumes have to typify characters from the moment they appear on stage and signify the period or social milieu in which the characters are to be seen. Furthermore consider the subtleness of the sea; how its most dreaded creatures glide under water, unapparent for the most part, and treacherously hidden beneath the loveliest tints of azure...] Julian Weber is a choreographer, dancer and visual artist. He studied at HBK Brunswick and Academy of Arts Vienna. 2013 he graduated in dance and choreography at HZT Berlin. Since then he works intensively on spaces of interaction involving body, material and movement. In the last years he took part in several group exhibitions, had different residencies abroad and developed performances and exhibitions. He works with artists like Meg Stuart, Boris Charmatz and Tino Segahl and creates his own work on the intersection of visual and performance art. Currently he is studying in the master program Choreography at the Theaterschool Amsterdam. Fabio Cirillo studied architecture and performative art and sculpture with professor Monica Bonvicini at the Academy of fine art of Vienna. His work has been showed at the Art School Alliance ' HfbK Hamburg, The Royal Vesuvius Observatory of Naples and the Friday Exit in Vienna among others. Constructing ruins is the first collaboration with Julian Weber. van Ekemark studied textile art and circus. He is currently busy dancing and researching camp lifestyle, forming the duo NFAT - Neurotic Faggots Arranging Things together with Alistair Watts. Tarren Johnson is a creative movement director, performer and visual artist from the coast of California. She works at the intersection of concert dance and installation performance. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance and Choreography in 2013 from California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) and has danced and shown work internationally. DEUTSCH: Julian Weber ist Choreograf, Tänzer und Bildender Künstler. Während seines Studiums der Bildenden Kunst an der HBK Braunschweig und der Akademie der Künste Wien beschäftigte sich Julian Weber überwiegend mit Skulptur und Installation. 2013 absolvierte er den BA in Tanz und Choreografie am HZT Berlin. Seitdem arbeitet er intensiv an den Interaktionsräumen von Körper, Objekt und Bewegung. In den letzten Jahren hat er an einigen Gruppenausstellungen teilgenommen, Performances und Einzelausstellungen realisiert und internationale Stipendien erhalten. Er arbeitet mit Künstlern_innen, wie Meg Stuart, Boris Charmatz und Tino Sehgal und entwickelt eigene Arbeiten an der Schnittstelle von Choreografie und Bildender Kunst. Fabio Cirillo studierte Architektur, Performative Kunst und Bildhauerei bei Monica Bonvicini an der Akademie der Künste Wien. Seine Arbeit wurde unter anderem an der Art School Alliance ' HfbK Hamburg, The Royal Vesuvius Observatory in Neapel und an der Friday Exit in Wien gezeigt. Constructing ruins ist das erste Kooperationsprojekt mit Julian Weber. Ivan Ekemark ließ sich in Textilkunst und Zirkuskunst ausbilden. Aktuell entwickelt und formiert er gemeinsam mit Alistair Watts das Duo NFAT - Neurotic Faggots Arranging Things, arbeitet intensiv an seiner Tanzpraxis und der Erforschung des Camp-Lifestyles. Tarren Johnson ist Creative Movement Director, Performerin und bildende Künstlerin aus Kalifornien. Sie arbeitet an der Schnittstelle zwischen Musik und Tanz sowie Installation und Performance. Ihren Bachelor of Fine Art in Tanz und Choreographie hat sie am California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) 2013 abgeschlossen und ihre Arbeiten in unterschiedlichen Institutionen international präsentiert. [Quelle: Abendzettel] jup

Julian Weber, Tarren Johnson
Mittwoch, 11. November 2015
Walter Bickmann
56 min