A gap, a missing thread in a tissue. A person disappears suddenly and without explanation. This perceptibly absent body requires an attitude. What does it produce in us? A move towards or away from the facts? A wagging web of emotional gravity? The case of the 43 students in Ayotzinapa (Mexico) in 2014, motivates us to give this kind of absence a noticeable form. Threads and gaps are interwoven choreographically. A running project by PARAR / Immersive Performance Art, to be performed in Frappant/Hamburg „Selva“, K3 Choreographic Center/Hamburg „Limited Edition“ and others.

Andrea Marlis Krohn & Karina Suárez Bosche – Tanz und Choreographie

Yi-Jou Chuang – Bühnenbild
Carlos Andrés Rico – Sounddesign
Cheng-Ting Chen – Künstlerische Mitarbeit
Barbara Schmidt-Rohr – Dramaturgische Beratung
David Goméz Alzate – Video Dokumentation

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