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March 2020 - the first lock-down. Artists are starting to reproduce (represent) themselves on the web. But is it even possible to create new art via the stream? Is it possible to dance with each other at a distance? D|S°DANCE film documents this historical situation and experiments with its possibilities - it shows four artists in a dance home office: Taneli Törmä in Copenhagen, Ingo Reulecke in Berlin, Neus Barcons Roca in Brussels and Karen Bößer in Duesseldorf.
Four performers at four places were formed up to one ensemble with the help of an equipment case sent by post service. Under the direction of Karen Bößer their movements were captured by Zoom- and the cell phone cameras, by body cam and with the help of the auto-follow-mode. With a lot of pleasure and humor, poetry and technique, they reflected the lock-down situation and experiment with its possibilities.
What emerges from this makes you want to break predetermined limitations in everyday life.
The abstract narrative flow is complemented by documentary scenes of rehearsal, informal exchanges, laughter, and the eternal struggle with the given technology. Bößer took seriously the artists' "home stage" that became digitally ubiquitous during the weeks of Lock-down and she has questioned these new shared working conditions.
D|S°DANCE film is an attempt to overcome boundaries: Boundaries of the spatial, of the physical, of communication, of physical intensity, of empathy. The four performers made the most of the constrictions of the lockdown - they worked with it.
It is the first time Karen Bößer works with this ensemble.
The renowned choreographer has produced pieces that have been presented at numerous national and international theaters and festivals. She has worked with dancers and choreographers in USA, Hungary, Uganda, Netherlands and Japan.
The film is also the film debut of Dirk Dietrich Hennig, a concept artist who has managed to weave the different narrative planes into an experimental work of art. Musician and composer Thomas Klein aka Sølyst has created tribal beats that either complete the atmospheric moods, break or alienate them.
Catch Fish Films Present
A Karen Bößer and Dirk Dietrich Hennig Film
Supported by the Ministry of Culture and Science of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia, NRW Landesbüro Freie Darstellende Künste, and by the NATIONAL PERFORMANCE NETWORK - STEPPING OUT, funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media as part of the NEUSTART KULTUR initiative Support Program Dance, and by the Cultural Office of the City of Düsseldorf.
Choreography Karen Bößer
Director Of Photography Karen Boesser, Taneli Törma, Ingo Reulecke, Neus Barcons Roca, Thomas Klein Aka Sølyst
Editing Dirk Dietrich Hennig
Art Director Karen Boesser and Dirk Dietrich Hennig
Music Supervisor Thomas Klein Aka Sølyst
Original Film Score Thomas Klein Aka Sølyst
Public Relations Jaqueline Friedrich
Production Management Petra Klein and Jaqueline Friedrich
Graphic Design & Web Development Jan Bashaijha Mwesigwa
Directed and produced Karen Bößer and Dirk Dietrich Hennig
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