Created by choreographer Isabelle Schad, winner of the 2019 German Dance Prize.
Co-created and performed by dancers from Europe and Southeast Asia.
In her performative exhibition INSIDE OUT Isabelle Schad shows choreographic sculptures that are experienced in their powerfully sensuous moving forms. Her work situates itself between dance and visual art, draws on her ongoing fascination with Aikido-Zen, community building and her long-term collaboration with visual artist and philosopher Laurent Goldring. With subtle exactness, the performers form bodies and movement into sculptures which define their own space and evolve a contemplative quality. INSIDE OUT is conceived to be re-created anew for each venue and will be seen for the first time with this unique constellation of dancers coming from Europe and Southeast Asia.
Performers: Claudia Tomasi (Italy), Przemek Kamiński (Poland), Josh Marcy (Indonesia), Noutnapha Soydala (Laos), Vidura Amranand (Thailand), Nguyen Thanh Chung (Vietnam), Nicole Primero (Philippines), Gebbvelle Ray Selga (Philippines), Jereh Leung (Singapore), and Lau Beh Chin (Malaysia).
Artistic Assistance: Claudia Tomasi (Italy)
Music: Damir Simunovic (Croatia)
Lighting: Emma Juliard (France)
Friday 15 Nov, Saturday 16 Nov & Sunday 17 Nov
White Box, MAP Publika
Tickets walk-in by donation at the door:
Group discount: 4 student entries for RM70 (RM17.50 each)
Please wear comfortable shoes and be prepared to stand and move around during the performance.
If you are bringing a big group, or concerned about limited places, please register with your name, number of people attending, and date of attendance, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or Whatsapp +60 17-727 7137. Your registered space will be saved until 8:15pm on the day of the performance.
Jointly Organized by Goethe-Institut and Rimbun Dahan
Supported by the NATIONALES PERFORMANCE NETZ International Guest Performance Fund for Dance, which is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.
Funded by Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe.
Venue Supported by MAP Publika/UEMS Sunrise
Special Thanks to the Embassy of the Republic of France in Malaysia.
Photo by D.Hartwig