Sat 31.10. | 3 pm, 6 pm & 9 pm - 3 pm Small Talk after the performance
Sun 1.11. | 2 pm, 5 pm & 8 pm - 2 pm Small Talk after the performance
Frankfurt LAB – Halle 1
Language no problem
Length: 90 Min.
The audience is asked to wear a mask during the entire performance.
Doris Uhlich, spotlight artist of this year's Tanzfestival Rhein-Main, is a body researcher. The Austrian choreographer has her own unique way of discovering the energy, beauty and power that lies dormant in every body and she knows how to give space to all its manifold dynamics. This is especially challenging in times of corona. For her extraordinary piece Habitat, a version of which is currently being specially developed for Frankfurt, Uhlich nevertheless does not allow herself to be distracted by hygiene regulations and physical distancing in the creation of a utopian space for twenty naked bodies and the audience. How can multiple bodies currently animate a space together? Where can they find suitable living space, a habitat? Doris Uhlich approaches this task carefully. The result is an amusing and at the same time touching choreography full of unexpected life forms, which celebrates unity in diversity and defies conventional ideas about the body and about dance.
Concept, Choreography: Doris Uhlich
Performance: Local Cast from Frankfurt
DJ: Boris Kopeinig
Lighting Design: Sergio Pessanha
Body tanks: Proper Space (Juliette Collas, Zarah Brandl)
Confection manufacturing, tailoring: Mick Hennig
Production: Nikoletta Fischer
Production: Künstlerhaus Mousonturm: Sina Schönfeld, Özlem Türkan
Administration: Margot Wehinger
Press, Communication: Jonathan Hörnig
Internationale Distribution: Something Great
Habitat (Version Frankfurt) is a production by Künstlerhaus Mousonturm and Hessisches Staatsballet in the frame of Tanzplattform Rhein-Main in
cooperation with insert Tanz und Performance GmbH. Funded by the Kulturabteilung der Stadt Wien. Projectpartner of the Habitat-Serie are donaufestival / Krems, ImPulsTanz / Wien in cooperation with Wiener Secession, Tanzquartier Wien, Münchner Kammerspiele.
Photos: Alexi Pelekanos