Dance performance for three performers about the creative potential of connection and networking.
„To me, ‘The Future is female’ means that no longer will female qualities be subordinated to male qualities. I want to live in a world that is collaborative. A world that is emotionally intelligent. A world in which we are linked and not ranked!”
-- The Future is female by Madame Gandhi -
The trio "Weaver" by choreographer Anne-Mareike Hess is a choreographic round dance about the female body and its inevitable link to a history of violence and oppression, internalized over millennia. The image of weaving serves here as a metaphor for the connections between female fates across time and space, and serves as a choreographic basis along which the dancers' bodies connect and empower themselves. Perhaps the net of violence can be broken?
After the solos Warrior (2018) and Dreamer (2021), the trio Weaver is the third dance piece in which the artist tries to fight her way through the tangle of stereotypical ideas of being a woman. In order to deconstruct gender roles, Anne-Mareike Hess explores female identity inspired by mythology and popular culture.
concept, choreography: Anne-Mareike Hess
performance, development: Laura Lorenzi, Julia B. Laperrière, Anne-Mareike Hess
dramaturgy: Thomas Schaupp
sound: Marc Lohr
costume: Mélanie Planchard, Lynn Scheidweiler
lighting: Brice Durand
photo: Bohumil KOSTOHRYZ
duration: 50 min.
A production of utopic productions in co-production with Neimënster (LU), Weld Stockholm (SE), Skogen (SE), Centre chorégraphique national de Rillieux-la-Pape, directed by Yuval PICK, dans le cadre du dispositif Accueil-Studio (FR) and supported by Centre de création chorégraphique luxembourgeois TROIS C-L (LU), Ministère de la Culture Luxembourg, Trifolion Echternach, Fondation Indépendance, Kultur | lx - Arts Council Luxembourg.
The research was supported by the Fonds Darstellende Künste with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media within the framework of NEUSTART KULTUR. With thanks to the residencies in Neimënster (LU), DOCK 11 Berlin (DE), O espaço do Tempo (PT), CCRN Rillieux-la-Pape. The Berlin premiere at DOCK 11 is supported by Kultur | lx - Arts Council Luxembourg.