Photo: Stephan van den Bruck
Sa, 28/05/2022, 20:00 Uhr
Echtzeitmusik / Improvisation / Klangkunst / Sound Art / Performance


Klang, Performance & Bewegung

In physics, a collision is any event in which two or more bodies exert forces on each other. As a result, the bodies change their state of motion, possibly also their shape and composition.
“impact” is the encounter and performative collision of Japanese Butoh dancer Michiyasu Furutani and the Greek-German musician Kriton Beyer.

Furutani and Beyer first met in 2012 and they now come together for their new collaboration in “impact”, an explorative, improvised performance that starts with the first spark of an electric hum, and leads through feedback, contact, friction to forceful physical collision.
Michiyasu Furutani, known for his powerful performances and for always pushing the limits of what is physically possible meets with Kriton Beyer who is exploring the limits of sound with his rather obscure instrument, the daxophone, and the use of electronics.

The performance is going to take place in the heritage-protected historic landmark of Wiesenburg, a former homeless shelter that opened in 1896 in Berlin-Wedding. Since the 1980s Wiesenburg is a creative living, learning and working venue shaped by social traditions and solidarity.

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Michiyasu Furutani, Butoh Tanz
Kriton Beyer, Daxophon, Elektronik

Der japanische Butoh-Tänzer Michiyasu Furutani und der deutsch-griechische Musiker Kriton Beyer kommen für eine explorative Performance zusammen, die vom Initialfunken elektrischer Entladung, Kontakt und Friktion zur physischen Kollision führt.

  • Dauer: 01:00h, Pausen: nein
  • Werkhalle Wiesenburg
  • Wiesenstrasse 55, Berlin
  • Ticketpreis: 10 €