Definition of movement
move·​ment | \ müv-mənt
1 a) the act or process of moving especially: change of place or position or posture.
b) a particular instance or manner of moving
2 a) Tendency, Trend
b) a series of organized activities working towards an objective
3 a) Motion, Sense
b) the rhythmic character or quality of a musical composition
c) a distinct structural unit or division having its own key, rhythmic structure, and themes and forming part of an extended musical composition
d) particular rhythmic flow of language
Musical material, space, sound, light, body movement of the musicians, stage elements: In MOVEMENT, which oscillates between concert, performance and installation, the performance elements are mutually dependent and cannot be thought of separately. In five scenes, MOVEMENT explores different approaches to sound production in the performance context, which is closely interwoven with the other scenic elements and vice versa. In a truly interdisciplinary approach, MOVEMENT facilitates a discussion on the conditions of production and reception in the contemporary art world.
We cordially invite you to join us for the online premiere of MOVEMENT on 15 April 2021 at 8pm. We will show a video production of the play recorded on 14.04. at the performance venue, the gymnasium of the E.S.V. Olympia in Cologne.
MOVEMENT was created in close collaboration with Akiko Ahrendt Violin • Annegret Mayer – Lindenberg Viola • Florian Zwißler Live – Electronics • Katja Cheraneva Choreography • Littlebit Overall technical direction • Lea Letzel Concept and staging • Mütze Media Video documentation
Supported by Kunststiftung NRW and Fonds Darstellende Künste with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media: NEUSTART KULTUR #TakeAction Supported by PACT Zollverein, Essen and Alte Feuerwache, Cologne
09.-11.12.2022: Revival at Eventspace 2, Clouth 104, Niehler Str. 104 in Cologne
Funded by the Ministry of Culture and Science of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia as part of the special programme "Raus ins Land".
All images by Frederike Wetzels

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