People who move like animals, machines that move like people; animals that operate the machines. “Your outside is in and your inside is out” revolves around the question of how people form and are formed. How are decisions made? what and who determines how we move? In this context, how do hierarchical structures emerge and how do they dissolve again?
The view on animals and the machine: In dealing with films that bring the movements of animals to the screen and in which robots mimic both human and animal movements the issue of human movement is brought in a new light. The presentation of motion through media expands the horizon of what is possible in terms of human movement.
In this reflection three dancers and two musicians develop an order that makes the development of human-forming processes explicit. They begin their journey in space and then let gradually animals and machines in. Each step always refers to the questions: What do we do? How do we form, per-form and de-form that which we see and have seen? To what extent do these affect our movements?
“Your outside is in and your inside is out” is the latest project of Ursina Tossi . The choreographer / dancer studied dance and philosophy in Mannheim / Ludwigshafen and choreography at the ArtEZ Master of Choreography in Arnhem. She has worked with Aki Kato, Filip van Huffel,Tamaki Serizawa and Angela Guereirro . In 2005 she founded the Tossi Company . In 2011 she received the DanceWEB scholarship for the Impulstanz festival in Vienna. In 2012 she was a resident choreographer at K3, Center for Choreography in Hamburg.
“Your outside is in and your inside is out” is sponsored by the Hamburg Department of Culture and supported by ArtEZ.
Foto: Anja Winterhalter
Choreography: Ursina Tossi // Dance: Ursina Tossi, Nora Elberfeld, Angela Kecinski // Violine: Irene Kepl and voice: Claudia Cervenca // Dramaturgy: Anja Winterhalter
Tickets: VVK: 17,20 €, reduced 10,40 € (incl. VVK-fees: ) //AK: 18 €, reduced 11 €
Thursday 22.05.14 (Premiere), Fr, 23.05., Sat. 24.05.14 always at 20:00 and Sunday 25.05.14 at 18:00