Philipp Gehmacher

In Performance: Meg Stuart, Philipp Gehmacher & Vladimir Miller – the fault lines

Meg Stuart, Philipp Gehmacher & Vladimir Miller /Damaged Goods & Mumbling Fish the fault lines Meg Stuart and Philipp Gehmacher are two celebrated choreographers, each with a very distinct style. While Stuart is known for her expressive imagery, Gehmacher’s work is more subdued. After their remarkable and fruitful cooperation in the duet MAYBE FOREVER, Stuart and Gehmacher collaborated again during the summer of 2008, on a research project for Sommerszene 08 in Salzburg. For this occasion they invited visual artist Vladimir Miller, residing in Berlin. The three artists were so inspired by their collaboration that they decided to develop the fault lines into a performance installation, which will had its world première during SPRINGDANCE 2010. In the fault lines two bodies and their...

Highlights: Time-Based Art Festival at PICA (Portland, Oregon)

Portland Institute for Contemporary Art’s annual convergence of contemporary performance, dance, music, new media and visual arts projects in Portland, Oregon. Now in its seventh year, the Time-Based Art (TBA) Festival is presented from September 3-13, 2009 with visual art installations running until October 18. HIGHLIGHTS [singlepic id=87 w= h= float=] Raimund Hoghe Boléro Variations (USA Premiere) Variations pieces together different performances of the bolero: from Eydie Gormé to Maria Callas, Benny Goodman to Tchaikovsky. [singlepic id=86 w= h= float=] Meg Stuart/Damaged Goods & Philipp Gehmacher/Mumbling Fish MAYBE FOREVER MAYBE FOREVER explores loss, longing, the place in between dreams and wishes, mourning and meeting. [singlepic id=90 w= h= float=] Miguel Gutierrez and the Powe...