M. Sander Fett, S. A. Coulibaly, K. Haardt, Eun-Me Ahn, N. Ledesma Vidal,
D. Scherer Dornelles, K. S. Aholou-Wokawui, C. Furey, A. Rusu,
Wed, 7. July –
Sat, 10. July 2021
Watch the Live-Stream on “Sendefähig”
Wed, 7. July
10 pm Grohner Düne
11:15 pm Staatsarchiv Bremen
Thu, 8. July
10 pm Siedlung Tenever
11 pm St. Petri Dom
Fri, 9. July
10 pm INNSIDE Bremen (Waterfront)
11 pm Kunsthalle Bremen
11:40 pm Rotkäppchens Garten
Sat, 10. July
10 pm Berliner Freiheit
11 pm Parkhaus Bremer Baumwollbörse
11:40 Theater Bremen
Dance on the
Proximity, dance and community come alive by XXL projections in urban spaces. The DIGITAL DIALOGUES offer the audience completely new visual experiences: Larger-than-life couples dance via projection on selected facades of the city.
The artists build five tandems of Bremen-based dancers with five dancers from all over the world (Burkina Faso, South Korea, Brazil, Canada and Bangladesh). The five couples entered a dance-dialogue in advance via video chat; together, they worked out their individual forms of expression, all the while seperated by physical distance. They recorded the process with a camera, laptop or smartphone. The alternation of juxtaposition and togetherness becomes an artistic statement in times of the all-determining Corona-conditioned restrictions.
The resulting material was edited into a 30-minute film by URBANSCREEN, which will be shown with powerful projectors on several facades in Bremen’s urban space. The project team is particularly interested in showing the film in places outside the city centre and making dance accessible to all Bremen residents. The projections on various building facades in the city give the dance dialogues ever new impressions – Bremen’s buildings themselves becoming stages.
The internationally renowned artists’ collective URBANSCREEN from Bremen uses dance as a universal language and shows how proximity can be created with digital means. The result: five inspiring performances on different vertical stages – body language XXL as a community experience in the Bremen city area.
Magali Sander Fett (Bremen based) – Serge Aimé Coulibaly (Burkina Faso)
Kiri Haardt (Bremen based) – Eun-Me Ahn (Südkorea)
Neus Ledesma Vidal (Bremen based) – Dagmar Scherer Dornelles (Brasilien)
Kossi Sebastien Aholou-Wokawui (Bremen based) – Clara Furey (Kanada)
Andor Rusu (Bremen based) – Sudeshna Swayamprabha (Bangladesch)
Dance and choreography:
Dagmar Scherer Dornelles and Neus Ledesma Vidal
Clara Furey and Kossi Sebastien Aholou-Wokawui
Eun-Me Ahn and Kiri Haardt
Sudeshna Swayamprabha and Andor Rusu
Serge Aimé Coulibaly and Magali Sander Fett
Concept Digital Dialogues: TANZ Bremen, URBANSCREEN
Artistic advice Digital Dialogues: Tom Bünger
Artistic direction: Sabine Gehm
Organizational management: Sabine Beyer
Assistance: Karolin Spohr
Press/Marketing: Anja Michalke
Artistic direction: Till Botterweck
Production/Organization: Lydia Liedke
Graphics/Animation: Ana Romão
Dialogue Video Production:
Frank Jeske (D. Scherer Dornelles)
Clara Furey (C. Furey)
Taeseok Lee (E.-M. Ahn), assisted by: Hyekyoung Kim, Jeeyeun Kim, Sujung Kim, Huieun Lee
Moritz Horn, Lennart Lietdke (N.L. Vidal, K. S. Aholou-Wokawui, K. Haardt, M. Sander Fett), assisted by: Mali Gabrielli
Digital Dialogues Documentation & Editing: Lennart Liedtke, Mali Gabrielli
Digital Dialogues Music: Jonas Wiese
Digital Dialogues projection system: LYNX Mediasystems
A production of TANZ Bremen and URBANSCREEN
DIGITAL DIALOGUES is a project within HYBRID ADVANCED.
DIGITAL DIALOGUES is a project of the festival TANZ BREMEN together with the media artists of URBANSCREEN. In times when culture, closeness, dance and community must be exceptional, the aim of the project is to make them nevertheless tangible with the help of digital communication and larger-than-life projections.
DIGITAL DIALOGUES is part of the HYBRID ADVANCED project, which aims to develop, test and implement new strategies for a sustainable international dance festival.
Sponsored by the Senator for Culture Bremen and the Representation of the Government of Quebec. With the support of: cambio carsharing, the GUT FÜR BREMEN Stiftung der Sparkasse in Bremen and WESER-KURIER.
Supported by DIEHL+RITTER/TANZPAKT RECONNECT, funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media as part of the NEUSTART KULTUR initiative. Aid Programme Dance