Rasp Your Soul
15-17 JUN 2018
The OCC hosts the Berlin based Greek choreographer Kat Válastur, who creates a liberating experience, a solo for a “humanoid with sensitive skin”.
OCC Friends presale: from 17 MAY 2018, 17:00
General presale: from 24 MAY 2018, 12:00
Full price: 7 €
Reduced, Friend & Groups 5-9 people: 6 €
Groups 10+ people, Νeighbourhood residents, Unemployed, People with disabilities & Companions: 5 €
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Photo © Kat VálasturPhoto © Leon Eixenberger
In Rasp Your Soul, partly a dance piece and partly a choreographed concert, the performer Enrico Ticconi impersonates a mythical or even meta-mythical being, whose every cell emits signals about the radiance – real and fictitious – of human existence. Through his effect on space, he creates a dynamic force field: vocal disruption, slang, whispers and digital echoes/overtones converse with a series of mobile “monuments” and precarious gestures that seem to emanate from the remnants of our digital world. Wild beast or narcissistic sex object, ceremonial creature or digital spectre? Enrico Ticconi keeps switching identities and, deriding the concept of the “real”, he invites us to consider our flesh and bones.
Rasp Your Soul is the opening solo in a series of works under the general title, The Staggered Dances of Beauty, in which the choreographer re-evaluates mythology as a tool of re-examining contemporary issues.
creditsConcept, Choreography, Texts/Articulation: Kat Válastur
Performed by Enrico Ticconi
Set Design & Sculptures: Leon Eixenberger
Lighting Design & Light Objects: Martin Beeretz
Sound Design/Music: Bryan Eubanks
Additional Sounds: Kat Válastur
Choreographer's and production's assistance: Guilia Amici
Costumes: Kat Válastur
Costume assistance: Sofia Vannini
Production Management: björn & björn
Touring & Distribution: Nicole Schuchardt /HAU Hebbel am Ufer
Production: Kat Válastur
Co-production: Hebbel am Ufer HAU (Berlin), Onassis Cultural Centre-Athens, Theater Freiburg, Kunstencentrum STUK (Leuven), Stichting Châtel sur Place (Amsterdam)
Funded by Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe and NATIONAL
PERFORMANCE NET (NPN)
Coproduction funding dance supported by the Federal Government Commissioner for
Culture and the Media
With the support of: TATWERK | Performative Forschung, Uferstudios, Tanzfabrik Berlin and ada Studio
Presented in the context of [DNA] Departures and Arrivals with support by Culture Programme of the European Union.