Untertitel. Eine Techno-Oper In Drei Akten

Three rooms, three parts, three bodies. One song, no music. A techno-opera in which you don’t hear an organized beat, in which there is no singing. An opera that deals with the subtitles to today’s positions in dance.

Together with three performers, the audience embarks on a search for traces of the past in the body, the fleetingness of time and the expiration date of bodies. Genres and creative means intertwine to find a translation for the state of aging and obsolescence.

The eighth work of the artist duo ravvina/veit invites to a slightly different journey of discovery of Oskar Schlemmer’s “Triadic Ballet” and its space-consuming costumes. It is not only a homage to tradition, but even more a desire to understand where the art scene and artists are today.

Idea: ravvina/veit | Director: Ksenia Ravvina | Musik/Sound: Alexandar Hadjiev | Performance: Frédéric De Carlo, Amancio Gonzalez, Kristina Veit | Costume loan: CreativHaus Offenbach e.V. | Light: Lutz Zimmermann | Production: Mareike Uhl

Tue, Oct. 29, Wed, Oct. 30 + Sat, Nov. 02, 2019 at Atelier Frankfurt, Schwedlerstraße 1-5, 60314 Frankfurt, Germany

Rehearsed and developed at Z, Zenrum für Proben und Foschung and at Atelier Frankfurt, supported by the Kulturamt der Stadt Frankfurt am Main.

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