GELENK SKIZZEN – ZEIT SPUREN – RAUMSPEZIFISCHE IMPROVISATION
DURATION: 30 MINUTES
What visible and invisible traces do movement, sound and presence leave behind in space and in one’s memory? For the exhibition of Robert Schad, the choreographer and dancer Anna Huber and the cellist Martin Schütz have created movement and sound sketches in a dance-music dialogue with the powerful and filigree sculptures of the artist. In their improvisation, they respond in the manner of precise seismographs to the dynamic presence and subtle lightness of the objects in space, engaging in a fascinating way with the works of Schad in their GELENK SKIZZEN – ZEIT SPUREN.
ANNA HUBER explores movement as a complex, differentiated form of expression. From 1989 to 2008, she lived and worked in Berlin, where from 1995 she created numerous solos, duos and group pieces that toured internationally. With her stage pieces as well as interdisciplinary and site-specific projects and improvisations, she develops an independent artistic language that in its precision, complexity and presence creates both intensive and fragile moments of perception. Her works have been awarded numerous prizes and grants. She is internationally active as a lecturer and mentor at universities and colleges.