limited audience-number per date, 6 person
The project Isolation Movements and Rituals to Renew the World (WT) by Martha Hincapié Charry, a BIPOC Colombian choreographer with indigenous background, based in Berlin, is the first part of the trilogy HECATOMB: a full length solo performance based on her biography and Latin-American cultures, traditions and ancestral knowledge opening up a (stage)space of reflection.
What significance do jungles, indigenous peoples and extinction have in the urban context? What can we learn from ancestral cultures to renew our relationship with Planet Earth? Isolation Movements and Rituals to Renew the World reflects about these questions in a personal way. The performance, starting from the individual in an intimate session, aims to create a collective experience. Mirroring the current crisis the participants will approach our relationship with nature.
In the midst of the mass extinction of species and native wisdom, Isolated Movements and Rituals to Renew the World offers an experience by confronting some questions: How can a look into the past convey a non-anthropocentric relationship to nature? How does nature influence the understanding of bodies in Western society? How much do we detach ourselves from nature and how can we reconnect with it?
Choreography / Direction / Performance: Martha Hincapié Charry
Special guests: Mamo Camilo (Arhuaco) Mama Agustín (Kogi) Ade Ramon (Wiwa)
Videodocumentation: Jota Arango
Drone: The little drone
Videoedition: Nina Cavalcanti
Sounddesign: Juan Galeano
Lightdesign: Asier Solana
Costume adviser: Federico Polucci
Photo: Andy Riaño
Thanks to La Sierra Artist Residency
A production of Martha Hincapié Charry in Coproduction with DOCK ART.
Supported by the Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa