Oct 31 + Nov 1. Trrr / Thiago Granato (DE/BR)

October 31 at 7pm
November 1 at 7pm

Weld
Norrtullsgatan 7

Book: book.weld.se

Trrr is a call for a spatial and temporal dimension of reality in which the past is located in front of the body and the future behind it. A zone where archaic entities can be manifested, as never seen and heard before. It inscribes a dance in the margins of time, performed by a body that moves simultaneously forward and backward into spaces not yet mapped or already forgotten.

This piece is the third solo in a trilogy which is a choreographic document part of a larger body of work entitled CHOREOVERSATIONS, a research on different imaginary collaborations between dead (1º solo – Treasured in the Dark) and living (2º solo – Trança) choreographers, as well as those not yet born (3º solo – Trrr).

CHOREOVERSATIONS aims to create a network of relationships between artists and their public, real and imagined. It engenders discussions about history, fiction, authorship, property, embodiment, autonomy, absence and presence in the contemporary dance canon.


Concept, direction, choreography and performance: Thiago Granato
“Invited” choreographers (fictional presences): Stone and Jaguar
Co-creation and direction assistant: Sandro Amaral
Physical training: Daniela Visco
Artistic advice: Jefta van Dinther
Dramaturgy advice: Laura Samy
Sound designer: David Kiers
Sound technician: Andrea Parolin
Light designer: Susana Alonso
Light technician: Claes Schwennen
Voice-over: Chrysa Parkinson
Production: Sandro Amaral and Thiago Granato

Photo: Sebastian Gabsch PNN

Co-production: STUK Kunstencentrum (Leuven/Belgium), CND – Centre National de la Danse (Pantin/France), Tanz im August / HAU Hebbel am Ufer (Berlin/Germany), PACT Zollverein (Essen/Germany), supported by fabrik Potsdam (Germany), Théâtre de Nîmes – Scène conventionnée pour la danse contemporaine (Nîsme/France) and Centre de Développement Chorégraphique Uzès (Uzès/France).

Funded by the Senate Department for Culture and Europe of Berlin.

Supported by: ÉTAPE DANSE, initiated by the Institut Francais Deutschland / Bureau du Théâtre et de la Danse, Uzès Danse CDCN, Théâtre Nîmes and fabrik Potsdam, with the help of Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication/DGCA and the city of Potsdam; BUDA Arts Centre (Kortrijk/Belgium); Tanz Fabrik (Berlin/Germany).


THIAGO GRANATO (DE/BR)

is a Brazilian choreographer based in Berlin (Germany). His performances have been presented in different countries as Brazil, Israel, Spain, Austria, Germany, Sweden, Norway, Italy, France, Romania, Lebanon and Korea. Among them are Plano B (2008), We are not superficial, we love penetration (2008), Tombo (2009), Basement (2011), This is Concrete (2012), Treasured in the Dark (2015), Trança (2016), Hosts (2017), Trrr (2018) and Hosting Hosts (2019).

From 2000 to 2013 worked with artists such as: Simone Mello, Adriana Grechi, José Celso Martinez Corrêa, Lia Rodrigues, Leo Nabuco, João Saldanha, Laura Samy, Cristina Moura, Mariana Lima, Enrique Diaz, Neto Machado, Cristian Duarte, Thelma Bonavita, Mathilde Monnier, Sandro Amaral, Enora Riviére, Cecília Bengolea, Francois Chaignaud, Lenio Kaklea, Jefta van Dinther and Frédéric Gies.

He was dance teacher at the Estúdio Nova Dança (Brazil), as well as for the contemporary dance companies of Dani Lima, João Saldanha, Gustavo Ciríaco (Brazil) and Cullbergbaletten (Sweden).

He is an invited teacher at the DOCH – University of Dance and Circus (Sweden).
During the years of 2013 and 2014 he was fellow at Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart (Germany) where he developed his current choreographic research called CHOREOVERSATIONS which is a project based on different imaginary collaborations between Thiago and dead choreographers, as well as living and those not yet born.
In 2015 he was an artist in residency at Les Recollets in Paris (France).

Choreography studies: Ex.e.r.ce 8 at Centre Chorégraphique National de Montpellier (France) and NPP – New Performative Practices Master Programme at DOCH – University of Dance and Circus in Stockholm (Sweden).

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