12th Festival 2002

Fringe programme


Dienstag 12. Nov. // 16.00 – ca. 17.30 Uhr
Eintritt frei
Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst

Podiumsdiskussion


»Stadt – Bühne – Bauwerk«




Gesprächsteilnehmer:

Zaha Hadid: Architektin, London
Patrik Schumacher: Direktor bei Zaha Hadid Architects, London
Henrik Ahr: Maler und Bühnenbildner, Berlin
Dr. Johannes Odenthal: Bereichsleiter Musik-Tanz-Theater, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin
Moderation: Prof. Henning Rambow, Hochschule für Technik, Wirtschaft und Kultur, Leipzig

Veranstaltet durch BMW Group, München,
in Zusammenarbeit mit euro-scene Leipzig



When the stage inspires movement and rhythm, and simultaneously ensnares and releases the dancer from a spatial complexity; the essence is externalised, the building can also become the city theatre. Its size and choreography are able to create an artificial landscape which presents itself to the user and reveals the sequences which draw urbanity into its centre.

All three of them are architecture – in a state of flux, constant change, compression and release. Movement must be stopped, frozen, at least depicted and noted to make them materialise. So the stage portrays the building and the city.

The »Metapolis« dance performance for Charleroi/Danses create the different rhythms of the city, portray a scenic architecture that accompanies the dancer's movements and consequently gives the dance a fourth dimension. In the new administrative building of the BMW Group in Leipzig the space portrays the production sequences, areas that are described by the user open up with and without choreography. (Lars Teichmann, London)