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AT 17 CM

(Solo) Germany, 2013 · 35 minutes · Direction: Jorge Puerta Armenta · Dance: Pau Aran Gimeno · Light Design: Marco Wehrspann

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It was a long and intermittent process born of the need to understand the loss of someone close. I didn't want to take that trip alone and asked Jorge for his support and guidance.

Among the chaos, dilemmas, and frustration, there was friendship, relief and fight. The search and the respect were our engines.

For me, this performance is a change of skin. Talk about what one is. Bring the past to the present time. Let go and cry. Scream. Bottoming to revive and assimilate what happened. I enter in my ghosts and I feel the danger. Death and absence are there. And I give myself to them to start over. From another place.

The play transforms. And then the smoke comes back, and the immanent force of its three-dimensionality. It continues to rain… It is not a dream. It is this reality. And that which I am looking at, as if through a door left ajar, is also happening to me, it happens to us all.
— Valentina Morales

Teaser 'At 17 cm'

 

 

TANZTHEATER WUPPERTAl - PINA BAUSCH

 

 'Le Sacre du Printemps', Pina Bausch. Foto: Jochen Viehoff

 
 
  • IPHIGENIE AUF TAURIS (Iphigenia In Tauris)
  • DAS FRÜHLINGSOPFER (The Rite Of Spring)
  • DIE SIEBEN TODSÜNDEN (The Seven Deadly Sins)
  • KOMM TANZ MIT MIR (Come Dance With Me)
  • CAFÉ MÜLLER
  • KONTAKTHOF
  • KEUSCHHEITSLEGENDE (Legend Of Chastity)
  • BANDONEON
  • NELKEN (Carnations)
  • AUF DEM GEBIRGE HAT MAN EIN · GESCHREI GEHÖRT (On The Mountain A Cry Was Heard)
  • TWO CIGARETTES IN THE DARK
  • VIKTOR
  • AHNEN
  • PALERMO PALERMO
  • NUR DU (Only You)
  • DER FENSTERPUTZER (The Window Washer)
  • MASURCA FOGO
  • WIESENLAND
  • ÁGUA
  • FÜR DIE KINDER VON GESTERN, HEUTE UND MORGEN (For The Children Of Yesterday, Today And Tomorrow)
  • NEFÉS
  • TEN CHI
  • VOLLMOND (Full Moon)
  • BAMBOO BLUES
  • '...COMO EL MUSGUITO EN LA PIEDRA, AY SI, SI, SI …' (Like Moss On A Stone)
 
 
Once, on my early days in Wuppertal, I was entangled with my things. She simply said to me: ‘...don’t worry, true love will arrive some day. Dance for love!’
— Pau Aran

'Bamboo Blues', Pina Bausch. Foto: Ulli Weiss

 

 

THIS BRIGHT FIELD

United Kingdom, 2017 · Part one 15 mins & Part two 45 mins · Concept, direction and design: Theo Clinkard · Artistic Collaboration: Leah Marojevic · Realisation and performance: Leah Marojevic, Stephanie McMann, Meri Pajunpää, Natalie Corne, Crystal Zillwood, Temitope Ajose-Cutting, Luke Divall, Mathieu Geffre, Nick Coutsier, Colas Lucot, Pau Aran Gimeno, Antonin Rioche · Sound composition and performance: James Keane · Lighting design: Guy Hoare · Costumes: Rike Zöllner

 

Chris Nash

 
 

Over the last five years, Brighton-based choreographer and designer, Theo Clinkard, has built a reputation for creating affecting and visually arresting work. A new work for his company conceived in two parts.
Part one takes the audience on stage in small groups for an intimate encounter with Clinkard’s exceptional company of twelve international dancers. Visible within a maze of constantly moving screens, tender exchanges between the performers help the audience to connect with the cast.

In Part two, Clinkard’s choreography takes to the full stage on a cinematic scale. Retaining vivid impressions of the first part, and with the familiarity of the individual dancers still in mind, the audience is back in the auditorium seats. Featuring striking lighting design, bold costumes and music performed live by James Keane, This Bright Field gradually builds in momentum to become a spectacle of visual and emotional power.

 

Trailer 'This Bright Field'

 
 

 

UNA

London, Madrid, Barcelona, 2018 · 60 mins · Performed by: Maite Jáuregui · Concept: Maite Jáuregui and Pau Aran Gimeno · Direction: Pau Aran Gimeno · Dramaturgy: Javier Pastor · Set design and Costumes: Ana Inés Jabares-Pita · Original music: Tom Sochas · Light design: Sergio Roca Saiz and Pau Aran Gimeno · Production: Núria Aguiló Sol

 

Xavi Oribe

The project questions the nature of denial as a central element. The interaction between people, life, death and the places we inhabit.

Interest towards the way performance questions space and the encounter between two different languages, practices and realities (Maite and Pau), are also main focuses of this project, expanding opportunities and possibilities.

'Una' is a theatrical project co-directed by Maite Jáuregui and Pau Aran Gimeno.

We will join a woman in her imaginary world to discover the facts that have determined its current, less dreamlike reality.
 

 

 
 

TRAILER 'UNA'

 

 

‘New Piece II’

Tanztheater Wuppertal - Pina Bausch

Creation by Alan Lucien Øyen · In coproduction with Théâtre de la Ville-Paris / Chaillot-Théâtre national de la Danse, Paris / Sadler’s Wells, London / Norwegian National Ballet, Oslo · Supported by Kunststiftung NRW · Direction / Choreography:
Alan Lucien Øyen · Set Design: Alex Eales · Costumes: Stine Sjøgren · Artistic Collaboration: Daniel Proietto / Andrew Wale · Sound Design: Gunnar Innvær · Light Design: Martin Flack · Rehearsal Direction: Daphnis Kokkinos · Assistant to Rehearsal Direction: Bénédicte Billiet · Costumes Assistence: Anna Lena Dresia · Duration 3h, one intermission


One of the two first comissions from Tanztheater Wuppertal - Pina Bausch under the new direction of Adolphe Binder.

 

Mats Bäcker

Alan Lucien Øyen is an award winning Norwegian choreographer, director and playwright working across and between, dance, theater, text and film.Always in pursuit of a sincere and human expression, with a subtle cinematic style, Øyen‘s works are driven by his real interactions with people and places. Creating large-scale productions that highlight the most intimate moments, Øyen strives to mirror the simplicity, beauty and complexity of human experience.

Dancers:
Regina Advento, Pau Aran Gimeno, Emma Barrowman, Rainer Behr, Andrey Berezin, Çağdaş Ermis, Jonathan Fredrickson, Nayoung Kim, Douglas Letheren, Eddie Martinez, Nazareth Panadero, Helena Pikon, Julie Shanahan, Stephanie Troyak, Aida Vainieri, Tsai-Chin Yu

We have been working on memories-communication. How do we hold on and let it go; deal with the ever changing time. When is the time to go? How long are we waiting for / have been waiting for? How lost is the past to us? How do we capture dreams?
— Alan Lucien Øyen

TRAILER 'NEW PIECE II'

 

 

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