Measurable Success

09/2020 Reeperbahn Festival Hamburg (GER)
10/2020 Accent Platform, Uferstudios Berlin (GER)

Kollektiva. has, since their residency at NunArt in Barcelona during the Summer of 2019, been researching on the topic of femininity influenced by interviews, thorough field work, the use of film, literature, photography, philosophy, and studies of women’s health and human rights through Stanford University. In their research, proximity and the feeling of comfort – or discomfort – that accompanies the closeness of bodies became a central theme, heightened by the social distancing rules brought by the pandemic. Feminine bodies, near or far, bound by experiences that transcend recognition. How does lockdown, the wearing of mouth and nose protection, and the minimum distance of 150 centimetres affect our bodies and our psyche on a collective and individual level? In this short piece, freedom of movement in times of the current pandemic and the topic of „social distancing“ is taken up in an abstract(ly feminine) way.

Concept & Choreography
Performance
Nana Anine, Claudia Ferrando, Ann-Leonie Niss, Larissa Potapova, Wiebke Schwittay, Doria Worden, Verena Piwonka & Julia Hehlke

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Measurable Success

09/2020 Reeperbahn Festival Hamburg (GER)
10/2020 Accent Platform, Uferstudios Berlin (GER)

Kollektiva. has, since their residency at NunArt in Barcelona during the Summer of 2019, been researching on the topic of femininity influenced by interviews, thorough field work, the use of film, literature, photography, philosophy, and studies of women’s health and human rights through Stanford University. In their research, proximity and the feeling of comfort – or discomfort – that accompanies the closeness of bodies became a central theme, heightened by the social distancing rules brought by the pandemic. Feminine bodies, near or far, bound by experiences that transcend recognition. How does lockdown, the wearing of mouth and nose protection, and the minimum distance of 150 centimetres affect our bodies and our psyche on a collective and individual level? In this short piece, freedom of movement in times of the current pandemic and the topic of „social distancing“ is taken up in an abstract(ly feminine) way.

Concept & Choreography:
Performance:
Nana Anine, Claudia Ferrando, Ann-Leonie Niss, Larissa Potapova, Wiebke Schwittay, Doria Worden, Verena Piwonka & Julia Hehlke

Supported by

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