Bones and Wires

Simon mayer c franzi kreis 25

Bones and Wires

by Simon Mayer (AT)

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    Duration

    Ca. 80 minutes

    Participators

    Choreography, performance, music: Simon Mayer
    Co-creators: Jan Fedinger, Moritz Nahold
    Performers: Who Am I, Beam Fury, Key, Siren, Venti, Fog, Bam, Tuuch, InBetween
    Light design: Jan Fedinger
    Sound design: Moritz Nahold
    Multimedia design, robotics, dramaturgical advice: Dominik Strzelec
    Costume and set design: Lise Lendais
    Assistance: Laura Schroeder
    Technical director: Jeroen Smith
    Consultation & dramaturgical advice: Karoline Maria Wibmer
    Production: Art In Motion / Katrin Pröll
    Assistance: Christina Vanek
    Photo: Franzi Kreis
    Special thanks to: Guy Cools for the dramaturgical support
    Thanks to: Needcompany and Maarten Seghers, Hannah Shakti Bühler, Corine Sombrun, Roman Harrer und Liquid Loft, Verein Spiel, Peter Mayer, Lukas Froschauer, Max Phillipp Aschenbrenner, Impulstanz
    Co-produced by: brut Wien, Tanz ist
    Supported by: Department of Culture of the City of Vienna and the Federal Ministry of Art, Culture, Public Service and Sport and Dance on Tour Austria - a project by Tanzquartier Wien in cooperation with the Federal Ministry of European and International Affairs.
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    The Austrian choreographer, dancer and musician Simon Mayer focuses in his new piece Bones & Wires on different levels of connectedness. The connection between human beings, humans and nature and humans and technology/robotics.

    Contextually, the piece moves around theories and practices like collective consciousness, interdependence, telepathy and channeling. Bone and Wires explores the question can robots and new technologies be part of this possibility of connectedness?

    Together with light designer Jan Fedinger and sound designer Moritz Nahold, Simon Mayer breathes a soul into various objects on stage. From the piano stool to the drum set, Meyer enters into a dialogue with objects in order to become part of a common bond and a collective consciousness.

    Simon Mayer shows the multi-layered possibilities of visible and invisible connection and once again focuses on a perspective that juxtaposes connectedness with internal and external divisions. On this journey, the audience unobtrusively becomes an active part of this co-creation, in which the boundaries between stage and auditorium are blurred.

    Language: English and fantasy language

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