In the organizer's words:
Transferred. Displaced. Transplanted. And yet always in the process of putting down new roots. This is the basic ambivalence in the lives of many migrants. Maria Colusi, an Argentinean living in Berlin, knows it all too well.
With her project Displaced/Ankommen, the dancer and choreographer brings this feeling to the stage: How do bodies dance at the transition from old to new home? How does the migrant experience - oscillating between here and there, past and future, aspiration and reality - find its physical expression? An intimate family history as a metaphor for the inner conflicts of an entire population group. Danced, thrown and drawn on stage and paper.
Displaced/Ankommen is inspired by two pictograms from the image archive of the collective Migrantas. The music and sound accompaniment of the dance piece is penned by Argentine composer Edgardo Rudnitzky.
---MARIA COLUSI was born in Argentina and completed her dance training in the USA and France. Since 2003 she has been working in Berlin with Sasha Waltz & Guests. As a choreographer Colusi presented her own productions at DOCK11, Radialsystem, Berliner Ensemble, Gorky Park, Uferstudios, ZAK Center for New Art. She has worked as a choreographer with various directors and visual artists and teaches workshops and masterclasses.
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