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TECHNOLIMITS // DIN A 13 TANZCOMPANY

Cologne, 31th May 2018, 01th & 2th June 2018
Barnes Crossing
Photo Credit: MEYER ORGINALS

The shimmering transparent world of digital possibilities seduces our senses and takes us into glittering distance and dazzling dimensions. Our data are rapidly developing their own logical systems, which have long been beyond our imagination. Space and time expand into infinity and evaporate into illusions – elicit from us a pleasant inner smile and promise the fulfilment of all our desires and longings.

Microchips and implants are entering our organism in order to optimize the parameters for our health. Highly developed chip-controlled leg or myoelectric arm prostheses open up the as yet unimagined possibilities of “technical bodies”. The vision of a “normal ideal” is created – our small everyday cosmos mutates into a world with unlimited possibilities. A fiction becomes reality: the technologically improved human being – hybrid being – the creation of parahuman beings according to ideal norm.

Performers: John Herman, Damiaan Veens, Ashraf Albesh, Charlotte Virgile, Shiori Harms, Philine Herrlein | Artistic Director: Gerda König | Choreography: Gerda König, Gitta Roser | Dramatic Composition: Ilona Pászthy | Music: Frank Schulte // Scenery: miegL | Costume : Thomas Wien-Pegelow | Artistic Lightining Design: Gerd Weidig // Production Manager: Anastasia Olfert // Producer: Rolf Emmerich // Company Managment: Anika Bendel

 


BROKEN BUDDHA SERIES

‘LOST AND FOUND IN EDEN’

Performer: John Herman
photo credit: MATTHIAS DROBECK
Bonn, April 2016

 


PROJECT ENVIRONMENT 2015

‘ABANDONED’

Installative Performance
Performer: John Herman
photo credit: MATTHIAS DROBECK
Immerath, July 2015

 


R E D E M P T I O N

BROKEN BUDDHA SERIES

Cologne, May 2015
Performer: John Herman
photo credit: MATTHIAS DROBECK

 

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