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 Outlook 2019

 

„Moving Sand / Topos“

Premiere: Mai 29, 2019, Akademie der Künste, Studiobühne

and Mai 31 and June 01, 2019

Audiovisual essay: Video, electronic music, live-music and performance

concept, direction: Jeanine Meerapfel and Floros Floridis,

performance, choreography: Jutta Hell and Dieter Baumann (Tanzcompagnie Rubato)

live music: Floros Floridis, NN

Camera: Johann Feindt

In a combination of film images with electronic soundtrack, live improvised music and lieve read and performed texts, the piece explores how data delusion and technology in terms of location / topos colonoze our existence and influence the balance between psychological, mental and biological aspects of live.

 

„Realities“ (AT)

Premiere: October 09, 2019, Uferstudios Berlin, Studio 14

and Octobe 10 - 13, 2019

A new duet by Jutta Hell and Dieter Baumann, with the live musician and soundartist Alexander Nickmann in a light installation by Fabian Bleisch.

"Realities“ is based on collected fragments of text, movements and interactions, observed in public spaces in everyday life. Even in confined spaces, we live in different realities, that are changing as we are changing. We want  to create a "space of possibilities" which questions the self - evident, makes the foreign in close proximity visible, names the invisible, plays with the utopian.

 

 


 

 

November 2018

 

 

blue-sky thinking

Premiere November 14th. 2018, 7.00 pm

November 15th - 17th 2018, 7.00 pm and November 18th. 5.00 pm

 

Uferstudios Berlin, Studio 1

Uferstr. 8/23, 13357 Berlin

www.uferstudios.com/veranstaltungen

 

Tickets: 15,-€ / 10,-€ reduced

 

Reservation: www.reservix.de

phone: 01805 700 733

or: rubato@snafu.de

 

Trailer: https://vimeo.com/300132235

 

blue-sky thinking

"Who are we? Where do we come from? Where are we going? What do we expect? What awaits us? ... It is important to learn to hope. ... The work of this affect requires people who throw themselves into the endeavor, to which they themselves belong." With these words, the philosopher Ernst Bloch begins his central work" The Principle of Hope ".

Hope as something positive, as a forward-looking force. A force that leads from the desire to the will to action. Because the signs of the times we live in, are more in the direction of uncertainty, fear, conflict and isolation, the positive affect "hope" interests us as a deep human desire for a happy life. Daydreams are an important part of making hopes come true. blue-sky thinking, an attempt to develop creative ideas that are not constrained by current realities, trends, and beliefs.

 

 

artistic direction:                 Jutta Hell, Dieter Baumann
direction, choreography:    Jutta Hell
dance, choreography:        Dieter Baumann,
                                           Alessandra Defazio,
                                           Carlos Osatinsky,
                                           Anja Sielaff,
composition, live music:     Alexander Nickmann
light:                                    Fabian Bleisch
costumes:                           Claudia Janitschek, Jutta Hell
production management:    Inge Zysk
communication:                   k3 berlin

 

Production: Tanzcompagnie Rubato, funded by Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa, Berlin, in cooperation with Studio Sonic and Uferstudios Berlin.

 

                

 

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October 2018  

 

     

                                          

Eadweard´s Ear Muybridge extended 

an interface for dancers and musicians

Academy editions 1 – 3

October 04th - 06th. 2018, 7.00 pm

 

Concept, artistic direction, space: Penelope Wehrli / Notationssystem, Mediensteuerung, Entwicklung, Programmierung: Joa Glasstetter / Composition, musical direction: Gerriet K.Sharma / choreographic development, dance: Tanzcompagnie Rubato (Dieter Baumann, Jutta Hell) / musicians: Stephanie Hupperich, Alejandra Cardenas, Alexander Nickmann / technical direction & development: Thomas Koch / production management: Anna Bergel / technician: Emma Juliard, Bastian Orthmann / EADWEARD´S EARis a production of peninsula.ink in cooperation with Festival Neue Musik Rümlingen and Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Frankfurt am Main. Funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds and supported by TESLA Berlin e.V.

 

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www.aether1.org

 


 

March - May 2018

 

 

 

 

Figures in a Landscape

An international, interdisziplinary project between fine art and dance - choreography

 

Premiere in China / Shanghai May 18th. - 12018_ 6.30 pm

and 19th. 2.30 pm 

Power Station of Art Shanghai

 

 

Premiere in Berlin March 29th.  2018 _ 6.00 pm

 

Gemäldegalerie im Kulturforum / Sonderausstellungshalle 2

 

 

TRAILER

 

 


 

Figures in a Landscape is a meditation on living painting and moving sculptures, a dialogue between visual art and dance, between European and Chinese culture.

Starting point were the costume designs of the British visual artist Jonathan Baldock, inspired by such diverse references and influences as Chinese opera costumes, medieval monks' cowls or the abstraction of European modernism.

With their choreography, Jutta Hell and Dieter Baumann add an extra dimension to the materiality of Baldock's costumes. They are repeatedly arranged differently on the bodies of the eight dancers, in the movement, through the dance, and receive an independent rhythm in the lines, form and color.

The museum as place of the performance, becomes an important part of the perception and reflection of the piece.

 

Figures in a Landscape

Total running time: 60 minutes, no intermission

 

Artistic directors: Jutta Hell, Dieter Baumann

Direction, Choreography: Jutta Hell

Costum, Sculptur: Jonathan Baldock

Dance, Choreography: Dieter Baumann. Alessandra Defazio, Er Gao, Bing Luo, Carlos Osatinsky, Anja Sielaff, Wang Zhen Jun, Li Ling Xi

Light: Fabian Bleisch

Sound: Da Bao

Production management: Inge Zysk, Raquel Moreira

Communication: k3 berlin

Photos: Dirk Bleicker

 

Produktion: Tanzcompagnie Rubato, funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds, in cooperation with Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz_Staatliche Museen zu Berlin and Powerstation of Art, Shanghai

 

           

 


 

April 2018

 

 

 

 

SOS_ Gerhard Bohner_ Tanzcompagnie Rubato

 Tempo: a tender slowness

 Reconstruction / Passing on 2018

 

A TANZFONDS ERBE project

 

www.tanzfonds.de

 

  April 26. - 28. 2018 _  8.00 pm

 

Akademie der Künste, Berlin

Pariser Platz 4, Blackbox

 

 

Gerhard Bohner's late work is the essence of his exploration of the legacy of pre-war modernism, in search of a new language that transcends time. The result are masterpieces of dance art. Throughout his life, a pioneer who has not established himself in any aesthetic habit, Bohner created with his latest work SOS a lesson of accuracy and reduction, permeable to theatrical composition.

The dance critic Irene Sieben wrote on the occasion of a resumption of SOS in 1999: "... The reunion with Bohner's work and his spiritual dimension is still groundbreaking seven years after his death." The pure doctrine. Every young choreographer should listen to, to distinguish black from white to learn to fight for the quality of art ... "(ballet international / dance aktuell 1/2000)

Jutta Hell and Dieter Baumann pass on the choreography they created  for them in 1991for the first time to the next generation of dancers. A TANZFONDS ERBE project.

 

SOS

Total running time: 65 minutes, no intermission

 

Choreography: Gerhard Bohner (1936 - 1992)

Artistic directors, passing on: Jutta Hell, Dieter Baumann

 Dancers: Niannian Zhou, Xuan Shi

Speaker: Knuth Irche

Music / Sound: Ronald Steckel

Set Design: Ursula Sax

Stage: Norbert Stück

Photo: Klaus Rabien

 

Texts taken from the book "herzzero" by Franz Mon 

 

Funded by TANZFONDS ERBE – an initiative by the German Federal Cultural Foundation, in cooperation with Academy of Art, Berlin. A Tanzcompagnie Rubato production.

 

 

    

 

 

 


 

 


 

The photo book

30 years Tanzcompagnie Rubato

 

Book release: September  2015

 

 

 

Published by Jutta Hell und Dieter Baumann
Layout: Dirk Bleicker
Editorial: Sven Neumann

With original contributions from  
Dr. Johannes Odenthal and Jun. Professor Dr. Susanne Foellmer


Preview pdf

 

Book orders: rubato@snafu.de