Wouldn’t we all like to have more time? So why do we behave in exactly the opposite way, filling our time with as many things as possible? Is there an error in the equation: number of experiences = quality of life?
OPEN END is an alchemistic experiment designed to transform time into matter. Conscious of the impossibility of their attempt, Diethild Meier
and Sara Pons choreograph a space in which time extends and compresses, passes, begins and ends, begins and ends again and again, pulsates and vibrates… until their tears flow and water falls.
Open rehearsal at IAC: Friday, 31 August at 3 pm
Concept, artistic direction, production: Diethild Meier | Creation, performance: Diethild Meier & Sara Pons | Sound: Nicklas Lundberg, Aaron Snyder | Light: Emese Csornai | Supported by the Berlin Senate of Culture and Europe, Tanzfabrik Berlin (Germany) and Stenkrossen Lund.
Residencies at nunArt Gràcia, Barcelona (Spain), Inter Arts Center Malmö, Wiesen 55 e.V. (Germany).
Premiere: 4 November 2018, 18:00, Tanzfabrik Berlin, in the frame of “OPEN SPACES#3”
Diethild Meier, Sara Pons