How does a body set itself in motion when its surroundings are fundamentally precarious and harmful? In PRECARIOUS MOVES Michael Turinsky continues his investigation of resistant choreographic positionings. At the center of the solo, which is as much biographical as conceptual, lies the questioning of his personal as well as the collective needs for mobility and mobilization. Oscillating between the organic and the organized, the performance unfolds as an ironic and engaged intervention that connects the body with the sensual world through which it moves.
Duration: 70 Min.
Tickets: 18 Euro (conc. 9 Euro, [k]-Karte 9 Euro)
In English with German and English surtitles.
Partly loud music during the show.
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- performance, choreography, text, lyrics: Michael Turinsky
- music, lyrics: Tian Rotteveel
- photo, video: Michael Loizenbauer
- production: Anna Gräsel / groundworkers.at
- Stage, Costume: Jenny Schleif
- Light: Sveta Schwin
- Dramaturgical advice: Gabrielle Cram
- Translator: Karen Witthuhn
A production of Michael Turinsky Association for Philosophical Practice.
Funded by: Tanzquartier Wien, HAU Hebbel am Ufer, Wien Kultur, Federal Ministry of Arts, Culture, Civil Service and Sport.