Hochschule der Bildenden Künste Saar, Saarbrücken . Germany . 2019
© Lukas Ratius ,© Joas Strecker
The convulsion in a room leads to an imbalance of the elements present in that room. The body is the central organ in this space. The convulsions will change itself, its perceptions, as well as the remaining bodies surrounding it strongly. This results in scenes of the highest intensity that resemble a living, predictable and unpredictable landscape of sculptures. In a first step, the performance is based on balanced rhythms and harmony. But it is also possible that the block comes out of its rhythm and equilibrium, which makes the harmony of the block with the is lost to the surrounding elements. A similar situation arises for the body during an epileptic seizure.
Performance by Bahzad Sulaiman
Performers: Christiane Dessecker, Charlotte Fürstenberger, Katharina Hamp, Kyungju Kim, Anna Makarova, Hyeon Su Jung, Maria Muñoz Lopez, Frederick Ostertag, Antonio Sanchez, Ivan Trofimenko.
Music by: Gilles Grethen, Leo Kwandt
Camera by: Kadir Akgül, Christian Befeldt, Stanislav Roschkov, Niklas Röder.
Edited by: Kadir Akgül