And more performances of GENDER JUNGLE – wo/man -- Doris Stelzer (AT):

Künstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt
7. 8. und 9.April 2011, 21h
www.mousonturm.de

Stary Browar / 27.September 2010 / Poznań, PL
http://starybrowar5050.com/

Ciało/Umysł /25.September 2010 / Warschau, PL
9. International Contemporary Dance Festival
www.cialoumysl.pl

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SUNDAY 16th of MAY 2010 / 13:30

AEROWAVES / SOMETHING HAPPENING / THE PLACE / LONDON / UK

GENDER JUNGLE – wo/man -- Doris Stelzer (AT)

When is a body female? Is there a male movement? In her finely
chiselled choreographic investigation Doris Stelzer explores the field
of body presentation and body staging. She tracks down the supposedly
female and male in the play with body poses and changing movement. The
choreographer precisely analyses the media and physical (body)
metamorphoses and in the process not only expose projection areas,
patterns of perception and body politics, but in her search for an
"unoccupied" body also offers a humorous view of our own preferences
and aversions.

Concept, choreography: Doris Stelzer
Performance, choreography: Lieve De Pourcq, Ondrej Vidlár, Gabriel Schenker
Sound concept, Live-electronics: Mariella Greil, Werner Moebius
Theoretical input: Astrid Peterle
Production contributors: Stefanie Fischer, Nora Dorogan
Media: SKYunlimited
Production: dis.danse.
Co-production: Jardin d`Europe mit Unterstützung der Europäischen
Kommission – GD Bildung und Kultur.
With the support of: Kulturabteilung der Stadt Wien und
Bundesministerium für Kunst und Kultur.
Thanks to: ttp WUK, WorkSpace Brussels.
The production is based on the research of restudied bodies – wo/man
in the frame of a ImPulsTanz 2009-residency

THE PLACE
17 Duke's Road
London WC1H 9PY
UK
Tel: +44 (0)20 7121 1000
Email: info@theplace.org.uk

http://www.theplace.org.uk
http://www.dorisstelzer.at

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WEDNESDAY 26th of MAY 2010 / 19.30

FESTIVAL ÖSTERREICH TANZT / FESTSPIELHAUS / ST. PÖLTEN / AUSTRIA

VIEWS IN PROCESS by Doris Stelzer - Austrian premiere

How does the perfekt man look like? Images of the female body in
advertising are commonly known – but what about the representation of
the male body? What strategies of staging are applied for men?

In views in process Doris Stelzer is analysing the commercial
exploitation of the male body and the recent trends of representation
in the media in order to transform it into concentrated
movement-statements. Popular clichés and stereotypes are questioned in
regard to the own and the other biological sex and in regard to their
social construction. Reflections on the patterns of perception and a
delicate handling of deviations from the body norm are postulated.

"An evening with little dancing and a lot of movement. “view in
process” changes the viewing habits in two ways: the choreography
allows a sensitive look at the details of our bodies and a new view on
society’s well established body images. Provided that one is willing
to open his eyes."
(www.tanznetz.de, Dezember 2008)

views in process was developed and premiered during the residency at
K3 – Centre for Choreography | Tanzplan Hamburg at Kampnagel Hamburg.
views in process is the pendant to shifted views, premiered at the
ImPulsTanz-festival in 2007.
Concept, Choreography: Doris Stelzer
Performance, Choreography: Josep Caballero Garcia, Ondrej Vidlar
Artistic Collaboration: Lieve De Pourcq
Sound: Mariella Greil, Werner Moebius
Photography: Bettina Frenzel
Coaching: Marcus Droß, Nik Haffner
Production Assistance: Lisa Böttcher

FESTSPIELHAUS ST. PÖLTEN
Kulturbezirk 2, 3100 St. Pölten
T: +43 (0) 2742/90 80 80-222
office@festspielhaus.at

more information:

http://www.festspielhaus.at
http://www.dorisstelzer.at

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WEDNESDAY 21st-24th APRIL 2010 / 9 pm

CLOSEUPLAND / VIENNA /AUSTRIA

(please scroll down for german text)

CLOSEUPLAND questions the relationship between proximity and distance in view of the presence and influence of image-recording media. One reference is Antonioni’s film Blow Up, which examines the construction of reality in film and photography. The media performance CLOSEUPLAND represents a contemporary continuation of these concerns. Performers Andrei Andrianov, Mariella Greil and Anat Stainberg meet each other on an artificial meadow. Their encounter is recorded by an automated camera that moves through the room, creating a narration in the grey area between the experienced and the seen.

„Der Fotograf in Blow up, der kein Philosoph ist, möchte näher an die Dinge rankommen. Aber indem er zu stark vergrößert, löst sich das Objekt selbst auf und verschwindet. Es gibt also einen Augenblick, in dem wir die Wirklichkeit erfassen, und dann verschwindet sie.“ Michelangelo Antonioni
CLOSEUPLAND hinterfragt das Verhältnis von Nähe und Distanz angesichts der Präsenz und des Einflusses von Bildmedien. Eine Referenz ist der Film Blow up von Antonioni, der die Konstruktion von Wirklichkeit im Medium des Films und der Fotografie beleuchtet.
CLOSEUPLAND entwickelt diese Fragen in Form einer Medienperformance aktuell weiter. Die PerformerInnen Andrei Andrianov, Mariella Greil und Anat Stainberg begegnen einander auf einer künstlichen Wiese. Ihre Bewegungen werden von einer automatischen, im Raum fahrenden Kamera aufgezeichnet. Details rücken ins Blickfeld und verändern die Narration. Die „blinden Flecken“ von Performance und Video münden in eine Erzählung im Graubereich von Erlebtem und Gesehenem. http://machacek.klingt.org
Am 23. April findet im Anschluss an die Vorstellung ein Publikumsgespräch mit der Filmtheoretikerin Maya McKechneay statt.

Konzept Jan Machacek Performance Andrei Andrianov, Mariella Greil, Anat Stainberg Live-Musik Martin Siewert Dramaturgische und inhaltliche Beratung Radostina Patulova, Judith Staudinger Software-Programmierung Oliver Stotz Maschinen Chris Janka, Thomas Sandri Lichtdesign Bartek Kubiak Kostüme Christine Sbaschnigg Produktion Ina Ivanceanu

Eine Koproduktion von mediated meetings, brut Wien und plateaux Festival/Mousonturm Frankfurt. Mit Unterstützung der Kulturabteilung der Stadt Wien.
13,-/7,- ermäßigt

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TUESDAY 30th MARCH 2010 / 8pm- midnight

A PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR'S DREAM MACHINE / VIENNA /AUSTRIA

Österreich-Premiere

„A Private Investigator’s Dream Machine“ (PID Machine) untersucht die Beziehung zwischen Selbstwahrnehmung, Beobachtung und Überwachung, somatisch, visuell und durch Soundarchitektur. In einem digital komprimierten und verdichteten Raum entsteht eine Mikro-Choreografie, in der der Körper der Performerin in fremdartigen, amorphen Formen immer wieder neu erschaffen wird.

„PID Machine“ visualisiert prozessierte Körperbilder. Durch deren Verdoppelung und Überlagerung entsteht in der Projektion während der Live-Performance „eine grausame, zugleich aber sinnliche und poetische Monstrosität“ basierend auf der Hypothese des Videos als Raumerweiterung, als Paralleluniversum, in dem fiktionale Körperformen entwickelt und wahrnehmbar gemacht werden können.

Performance: Mariella Greil
Video: Synes Elischka
Sound: Christian Schröder

MAK-Ausstellungshalle, Wieskirchnerstraße 3, Wien 1
Eintritt: € 9,90 inkl. MAK-Guide / € 7,90 / € 5,50 ermäßigt

http://www.mak.at/jetzt/f_jetzt_maknite.htm

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FRIDAY 5th FEBRUARY 2010
1pm-4pm
Free admission

BUILDING:SOUND / LONDON / UNITED KINGDOM

The Building Sound symposium will take place at the Olivier Stalls Foyer, National Theatre, Southbank, London, SE1.

Ella Finer and Fabrizio Manco have each chosen a selection of speakers to come together and describe what sound means to them; to provide an interdisciplinary hearing and sharing of ideas and definitions, leading to an open discussion.

Speakers include Finn Andrews, Ansuman Biswas, Steve Cleary, Marcia Farquhar, Simon Fisher Turner, Mariella Greil and J. Milo Taylor.

http://buildingsound.org

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SATURDAY 20th of JANUARY 2010 / 17:00

LAB NIGHT / JUBILEE THEATRE / ROEHAMPTON UNIVERSITY / LONDON / UNITED KINGDOM

INTIMATE SUN - ten attempts of baring with a post scriptum

Mariella Greil (performance)
in collaboration with:
Werner Moebius (reproducer turntable) and J.Milo Taylor (film projector)

In ten attempts we explore the act of baring.
This re-staging of excerpts from performances is a performative
recollection of the sensation of the bare.
p.s.: I keep breathing, while the celluloid of the film burns...

ROEHAMPTON UNIVERSITY
Roehampton Lane
London
SW15 5PU

http://www.roehampton.ac.uk/about/location/index.asp

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THURSDAY 28th of JANUARY 2010 / 19:00

WÄINÖ AALTONEN MUSEUM OF ART / TURKU / FINLAND

Opening: The Big Picture – Arte’s 50th anniversary exhibition

Sound / Movement / Performance with:

Emily Sweeney /mvmt/ /USA
Mariella Greil /mvmt/ /Austria
Werner Moebius /snd/ /Austria
Bilwa /snd/ /USA

WÄINÖ AALTONEN MUSEUM
2010 Wäinö Aaltosen Museo
Itäinen Rantakatu 38, 20810 Turku
puh. (02) 262 0850
faksi (02) 262 0862
wam@turku.fi
etunimi.sukunimi@turku.fi

http://www.turku.fi/Public/default.aspx?nodeid=10898

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FRIDAY 29th of JANUARY 2010 / 20:00

B GALLERIA / TURKU / FINLAND

perpetual mvmt<>snd - an evening of improvised movement and sound

Emily Sweeney /mvmt/ /USA
Mariella Greil /mvmt/ /Austria
Maria Nurmela /mvmt/ /Finland
Werner Moebius /snd/ /Austria
Kimmo Modig /snd/ /Finland
Bilwa /snd/ USA

B GALLERIA
Aninkaistenkatu 5 L 5
Turku/Finland
3 €

www.bgalleria.net
www.perpetualmvmtsnd.org
www.mariellagreil.net

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This Finland residency is made possible by Sumu Artist in Residence
Program & B Galleria with kind support of the Austrian Embassy
Helsinki

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SATURDAY 06th of FEBRUARY 2010 / 22:00

SOMETHING RAW / THEATER FRASCATI / AMSTERDAM

Gender Jungle – wo/man -- Doris Stelzer (AT)

When is a body female? Is there a male movement? In her finely
chiselled choreographic investigation Doris Stelzer explores the field
of body presentation and body staging. She tracks down the supposedly
female and male in the play with body poses and changing movement. The
choreographer precisely analyses the media and physical (body)
metamorphoses and in the process not only expose projection areas,
patterns of perception and body politics, but in her search for an
"unoccupied" body also offers a humorous view of our own preferences
and aversions.

Concept, choreography: Doris Stelzer
Performance, choreography: Lieve De Pourcq, Ondrej Vidlár, Gabriel Schenker
Sound concept, Live-electronics: Mariella Greil, Werner Moebius
Theoretical input: Astrid Peterle
Production contributors: Stefanie Fischer, Nora Dorogan
Media: SKYunlimited
Production: dis.danse.
Co-production: Jardin d`Europe mit Unterstützung der Europäischen
Kommission – GD Bildung und Kultur.
With the support of: Kulturabteilung der Stadt Wien und
Bundesministerium für Kunst und Kultur.
Thanks to: ttp WUK, WorkSpace Brussels.
The production is based on the research of restudied bodies – wo/man
in the frame of a ImPulsTanz 2009-residency

THEATRE FRASCATI
Nes 63
1012 KD Amsterdam
the Netherlands
00 31 (0) 20 7516400 (tel)
00 31 (0) 20 383349 (fax)

www.theaterfrascati.nl
http://www.dorisstelzer.at

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14th & 16th of JANUARY 2010

20.30 TQW / Studios

PERFORMANCE/PREMIÈRE
gender jungle - wo/man

Concept, choreography: Doris Stelzer Performance
Choreography: Lieve De Pourcq, Ondrej Vidlár, Gabriel Schenker
Sound concept, Live-electronics: Mariella Greil, Werner Möbius
Light design: Tom Barcal
Theoretical input: Astrid Peterle
Production contributors: Stefanie Fischer, Nora Dorogan
Media: SKYunlimited

When is a body female? Is there a male movement? In her finely chiselled choreographic investigation Doris Stelzer explores the field of body presentation and body staging. She tracks down the supposedly female and male in the play with body poses and changing movement. The choreographer precisely analyses the media and physical (body) metamorphoses and in the process not only expose projection areas, patterns of perception and body politics, but in her search for an "unoccupied" body also offers a humorous view of our own preferences and aversions.

Production: dis.danse. Co-production: Jardin d`Europe mit Unterstützung der Europäischen Kommission – GD Bildung und Kultur. With the support of: Kulturabteilung der Stadt Wien und Bundesministerium für Kunst und Kultur. Thanks to: ttp WUK, WorkSpace Brussels. The production is based on the research of restudied bodies – wo/man in the frame of a ImPulsTanz 2009-residency

http://tqw.at/de/node/3&date=14.1.2010

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THURSDAY 6th of JANUARY 2010 / 20:00

RESOLUTION ! / THE PLACE / LONDON / UK

Augusto Corrieri Dance Company
This joyful choreography of warm-ups, dance exercises and theatre games invites us to reflect on our fascination with watching other people move their bodies under the lights of a theatre (E).

Venue: Robin Howard Dance Theatre
Price: £5 - £15

http://www.augustocorrieri.com

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THURSDAY 10th of DECEMBER 2009 / 22:00

FRIDAY 11th of DECEMBER 2009 / 18:00

WORKING TITLE FESTIVAL #3 / BRIGITTINES / BRUSSELS / BELGIUM

Gender Jungle – wo/man -- Doris Stelzer (AT)
preview performance / Jardin d'Europe selection

When does our view identify a movement, an attitude or a body as typically male or female? This question is asked by Doris Stelzer in her new performance Gender Jungle – wo/man, in which the staging and reality (?) of femininity is juxtaposed with masculinity. In the cocktail of gender-stereotypes, the female cliché meets the male body and vice versa. After shaking, stirring and mixing to deconstruct stereotypical behaviour Gender Jungle attempts to answer the question: what is common, what is in between – or – what is left apart from the normative binary conception of gender? Is there such a thing as an 'unoccupied' body?

concept & choreography: Doris Stelzer
performance & choreography: Lieve De Pourcq, Ondřej Vidlář & Gabriel Schenker
soundconcept & live electronics: Mariella Greil & Werner Möbius
theoretical input: Astrid Peterle
production management: Stefanie Fischer & Nora Dorogan
public relations: SKYunlimited
thanks to: ttp WUK Vienna
supported by: Cultural Section of the City of Vienna, the Art Section of the Federal Chancellery of Austria & ImPulsTanz Residency Vienna
production: dis.danse Vienna
co-production: Jardin d´Europe (with the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union)

3 € (reservations are advised)

http://www.workspacebrussels.net/workspace.php?cwPage=browse%2Fprojectpage&cwProject=60&cwContent=158

http://www.dorisstelzer.at
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SATURDAY 28th of NOVEMBER 2009 / 19:30

INCOUNTER / CAMPBELL WORKS / LONDON / UNITED KINGDOM

PERFORMANCE BY GUAPO ESMERALDA IN THE FRAME OF INCOUNTER

SOUND - VIDEO - TEXT

A night of live sonic art, performance and video at Campbell Works. Edgy instrumental improvisation, live electronic mixing, found-sound clashes and spoken word performance are interspersed with videos about language, communication and the construction of narrative within moving image.

Live performances:
Anne Bean, Richard Wilson and Susie Honeyman
Melanie Clifford & Melissa Castagnetto
Stephen Cornford
Guapo Esmeralda
Holly Pester
Tone Poem

Videos:
Noah Angell
Steven Ball
Ellakajsa Nordstrom
Laure Prouvost
Stefan Riebel
Paul Rooney
Erica Scourti
Lisa Stansbie
Neil Taylor

Wall text:
Emily Candela

Admission £3
Doors open 7.30pm
Performances begin 8pm

Campbell Works
27 Belfast Road
London N16 6UN
t: 020 8806 0817
e: info@campbellworks.org

www.campbellworks.org
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THURSDAY 29th of OCTOBER 2009 / 19:00

SEE THIS SOUND / LENTOS ART MUSEUM / LINZ / AUSTRIA

SEE THIS SOUND, HEAR THIS MOVEMENT?

Performance in the frame of the exhibiton SEE THIS SOUND

Doris Stelzer´s interests are the body as an archive and its skills
and abilities in physical and anatomical aspects. Actual media staging
of bodies and construction of stereotypes are questioned by detailled
and fragile performance statements. In her work, images, movement and
sound are floating together and apart. Performative segments of
Stelzer’s works will be separated from their usual stage-setting and
are newly situated in the exhibition space of the Lentos museum.

Concept, Choreography_ Doris Stelzer (A)
Performance, Choreography_ Lieve De Pourcq (BE/A)
Live electronics_ Werner Moebius (A/UK)
Sound concept_ Mariella Greil (A/UK), Werner Moebius (A/UK)
Production_ dis.danse, Stefanie Fischer
Thanks to_ ttp WUK
Support_ Cultural Section of the City of Vienna, the Art Section of
the Federal Chancellery of Austria

LENTOS KUNSTMUSEUM LINZ
Ernst-Koref-Promenade 1
4020 Linz
Tel.: +43 732 7070 3600 bzw. 3614
info@lentos.at

www.lentos.at

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TUESDAY 27th of OCTOBER 2009 / 20:00

MAK NITE© - CAT - CONTEMPORARY ART TOWER OPEN 2009 / GEFECHTSTURM
ARENBERGPARK / VIENNA

BODIES RESITUATED

bodies resituated experiments with the intersection of architecture
and moving bodies. The rough and huge exhibition space on the 8th
floor of the Gefechtsturm in the MAK-Gegenwartskunstdepot contrasts
with the detailed and fragile performances of Doris Stelzer. In
collaboration with the performers Lieve De Pourcq, Gabriel Schenker
and the sound artist Werner Moebius, performative segments of
Stelzer’s works will be separated from their usual stage-setting and
are newly situated in the exhibition space. Thus moving sculptural
images evoke new perspectives and interpretations.

Doris Stelzer’s work (choreographer and biotechnologist) focuses on
the representation of bodies and their appearance in different media.
Stereotypes and attributed roles are analyzed, questioned and
transformed into movement-statements. For the MAK NITE these movements
will be de- and re-contextualised in a new setting.

bodies resituated is based on the dance-performances shifted views and
views in process that deal with male and female clichés. shifted
views, the performance with the blue shoe, was premiered at the
ImPulsTanz-festival in 2007. views in process was developed and
performed during a residency at K3 – Zentrum für Choreographie /
Tanzplan Hamburg at Kampnagel Hamburg in 2008.

Concept, Choreography_ Doris Stelzer (A)
Performance, Choreography_ Lieve De Pourcq (BE/A), Gabriel Schenker (BR/BE)
Live electronics_ Werner Moebius (A/UK)
Soundconcept, Live electronics_Mariella Greil (A/UK), Werner Moebius (A/UK)
Light_ Andrea Korosec (A)
Production_ dis.danse
Production Management_ Stefanie Fischer
PR_ SKYunlimited
Thanks t _WUK
Support_ Cultural Section of the City of Vienna, the Art Section of
the Federal Chancellery of Austria

MAK-GEGENWARTSKUNSTDEPOT,
Gefechtsturm Arenbergpark
Dannebergplatz / Barmherzigengasse
A-1030 Wien

CAT Contemporary Art Tower, www.cat.mak.at
MAK Tel. (+43-1) 711 36- 0, E-Mail: office@MAK.at, www.MAK.at
€ 5,50

contact@dorisstelzer.at, +43 699 19112630

www.dorisstelzer.at
www.cat.mak.at
www.MAK.at

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WEDNESDAY, 21. Oktober 2009 / 7:00 pm
Group Esmeralda 5 hosted by London Sound Artists Working Group

The George
Lower Clapton, 171 Glyn Road, E5
London, United Kingdom

http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=169267688496&ref=mf
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THURSDAY, 15th OCTOBER 2009 / 7:30pm

at Casa de Cultura of Girona (Spain) and at 8’30h at Bòlit- La Rambla

VAD - VIDEO AND DIGITALS ARTS INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL

PRIVATE INVESTIGATORS DREAM MACHINE

Mariella Greil: performance
Synes Elischka: video
Christian Schroeder: sound

PRIVATE INVESTIGATORS DREAM MACHINE deals with the interleave of media, dance/performance and film/new media by means of a performative work.station. The work imagines an (im)possible future of a body that multiplies, modifies and transgresses itself; a micro-choreography evolves of a body without organs, morphing and doubling. A cruel, sensous and strangely poetic monstrosity made through relentless distortion with the help of the mirrormachine. PID machine imagines the grim perversion of processed body images and pseudo-organic symmetry in fluid, fleshy and futile creatures. 

You will find all the information to visit the festival at the website www.vadfestival.net

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 MONDAY, 5 th OCTOBER 2009 / 7:30 pm

 EUROPEAN RHYTHMICS CONGRESS / VIENNA / AUSTRIA

 ENTWEDER ODER ODER UND

 Mariella Greil: dance (Austria/UK)
 Emily Sweeney: dance (US)
 Werner Moebius: computer, electronics (Austria/UK)
 Audrey Chen: cello, voice, electronics (US/China)

 THEATER AKZENT
 Theresianumgasse 18
 1040 Wien
 Telefon: 01/501 65-3306
 Fax: 01/501 65-3399

 http://www.rhythmikkongress.at/
 http://www.akzent.at/
 http://www.mariellagreil.net/
 http://www.perpetualmvmtsnd.org/

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SUNDAY 13th - SATURDAY 26th SEPTEMBER 2009

FLUTEN / WASSERTURM FAVORITEN / VIENNA

WORK:SPACE for artists working in various media

At the center of attention is what Brian Massumi called creative
contagion, a  synopsis of various media meeting the architecture of
the watertower.

Through exchange of experimental approaches, we diffuse an open system
that tests affirmative-critical work modalities. WORK:SPACE is
formatted somewhere between lab and performative exhibition.

 ARTISTS

 Perrine Bailleux
 Bilwa
 [ dy'na:mo ]
 Synes Elischka
 Nikolaus Gansterer
 Dominik Greil
 Mariella Greil
 Maike Haeusling
 Georg Hobmeier
 Sabina Holzer
 Martin Lanz
 Werner Moebius
 Jörg Piringer
 Bernadette Reiter
 Armin Steiner
 Emily Sweeney

 WASSERTURM FAVORITEN
 Windtenstraße 3
 1100 Wien

 Information & Details about dates, performances, updates, etc:

 http://www.fluten.tk

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 MONDAY 14th SEPTEMBER 2009 / 20:30

 INCUBATE FESTIVAL / De NWE Vorst / TILBURG / NETHERLANDS

 VIEWS IN PROCESS by Doris Stelzer

 ‘Views in Process’ takes a look behind the superficiality of clichés
 and stereotypes in the media’s presentation of the body. Doris Stelzer
 has a fascination for movement and how we think about ourselves and
 others. In ‘Views in Process’ this is combined in a show that does
 embody a lot of movement that you do not necessarily have to call
 dancing. In this way, she uses the body to critique social-political
 views on body images.

 After Talk: Sonja Augart

 Concept, Choreography: Doris Stelzer
 Performance, Choreography: Josep Caballero Garcia, Ondrej Vidlar
 Artistic Collaboration: Lieve De Pourcq
 Sound: Mariella Greil, Werner Moebius
 Photography: Bettina Frenzel
 Coaching: Marcus Droß, Nik Haffner
 Production Assistance: Lisa Böttcher

 De NWE Vorst
 Willem II straat 49, 5038 BD, Tilburg
 T|013 5328520
 M|info@denwevorst.nl
 W|http://www.denwevorst.nl

 more information at:

 http://incubate.org/2009/
 http://www.dorisstelzer.at

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21-23 January 2009

De Montfort University
Leicester

http://www.futureofsound.org/event02.htm

www.mti.dmu.ac.uk

Presented by Martyn Ware
Wednesday 21

Concert
PACE Studio 1
7.00 – 9.30
Steve Symons (Owl Project) with Lewis Sykes (The Sancho Plan)
Ryan Jordan and Mike Blow (Cybersonica AV Lab)
Jules Rawlinson (Pixelmechanics)
Bathysphere

Thursday 22

Workshops
PACE Studio 1
(time tbc)
Steve Symons and Simon Blackmore (Owl Project)
Ryan Jordan and Mike Blow (Cybersonica AV Lab)
Jules Rawlinson (Pixelmechanics)

Friday 23

Keynote address
Clephan Building
1.00 – 2.00
Chris Watson

Seminar
PACE Studio 1
3.00 – 5.00
Martyn Ware, Host
Paul Deveraux
Tilly Automatic
Squidsoup
Andreas Raptopoulos (FutureAcoustic) (tbc)
The Sancho Plan(tbc)

Concert
PACE Studio 1
7.00 – 10.00
Marytn Ware, Host
Chris Watson
The Sancho Plan (tbc)
Tilly Automatic
Squidsoup & Mariella Greil
Paul Deveraux
Andreas Raptopoulos (FutureAcoustic) (tbc)

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SATURDAY / 15th of NOVEMBER 2008 / 7.30pm

MOVES @ 22nd LEEDS FILM FESTIVAL / LEEDS / UK

Screening of "PAN Y CEBOLLAS"

A cannibalistic fantasy of two women as an extrem form of
territorialisation of the relationship where the victim becomes an
object of desire. Pan y Cebollas involves themes of death, food,
sacrifice, aggression, love, and destruction or transformation.

A videodance choreographed by Mariella Greil and Montserrat Payro

performed by

Tim Darbyshire
Mariella Greil
Montserrat Payro

directed by
Ramona Poenaru

camera by
Pavlos Kountouriotis
Ramona Poenaru

soundtrack by
Werner Moebius

Thanks to Simone Aughterlony, Francoise Feraud, Pavlos Kountouriotis,
Christoph Leuenberger, Jean-Baptiste Veyret-Logerias for their help
and assistance

Special thanks to
Sweet & Tender Collaborations, Jean-Marc Adolphe & SKITE, Jan Ritsema
& PAF (Performing Arts Forum)

supported by
Sweet & Tender Collaborations

YORKSHIRE DANCE
St Peter's Square
Leeds, LS9 8AH
Price: £4.50/£3.50
or get a Short Film City pass for only £25

http://www.leedsfilm.com
http://www.movementonscreen.org.uk
http://www.sweetandtender.org

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THURSDAY / 27th of NOVEMBER 2008 / 7:30 pm

Conejoblanco y la Embajada de Austria invitan a la lectura:

AUSTRIA ENTRE LINEAS / CONEJOBLANCO / MEXICO CITY

Texts by Ödön von Horváth

Lectura: Francesca Guillen, Herwig Weber

Sound: Werner Moebius

Performance: Mariella Greil

CONEJOBLANCO
galería de libros
Amsterdam 67
entre Parras y Sonora/ Hipódromo Condesa
06170/ México D.F./
T. 52.86.74.30 y 52.56.06.02
Entrada libre

more information at:

http://www.conejoblanco.com.mx

supported by Foro Cultural de Austria en México

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WEDNESDAY / FRIDAY / SATURDAY 3rd, 5th & 6th of DECEMBER 2008 / 8.30pm

KAMPNAGEL / K3 – CENTRE FOR CHOREOGRAPHY / HAMBURG / GERMANY

VIEWS IN PROCESS by Doris Stelzer

In „views in process" Doris Stelzer analyses the commercial
exploitation of the body and the recent trends of representation of
the body in the media. Popular clichés and stereotypes are questioned
in regard to the own and the other biological sex and in regard to
their social construction. Reflections on the patterns of perception
and a delicate handling of deviations from the body norm are
postulated. „views in process" is, after „shifted views – extended",
the third part of a research series on the subject of contemporary
representation of the body and current socio-political body images.

"views in process" is developed within the residency of K3 – Centre
for Choreography | Hamburg Dance Program at Kampnagl. The first
research phase with Lieve De Pourcq took place in June 2008. Premiere
Wed 3rd December 2008, 8.30 pm
Production K3 – Centre for Choreography | Tanzplan Hamburg at
Kampnagel and dis.danse

Concept, Choreography: Doris Stelzer
Performance, Choreography: Josep Caballero Garcia, Ondrej Vidlar
Artistic Collaboration: Lieve De Pourcq
Sound: Mariella Greil, Werner Moebius
Photography: Bettina Frenzel
Coaching: Marcus Droß, Nik Haffner
Production Assistance: Lisa Böttcher

KAMPNAGEL
K3 – Centre for Choreography | Tanzplan Hamburg
Jarrestr. 20
D - 22303 Hamburg
Germany
Tickets and Information: 040/27 09 49 – 49
tickets@kampnagel.de

more information at:

http://www.k3-hamburg.de
http://www.dorisstelzer.at

Supported by Hamburg Cultural Foundation, Law firm
Friedrich/Korch/Hanefeld and Siemens Arts Program within the the
framework of the project "Bewegungsmelder". The Austrian Federal
Ministry for Education, the Arts and Culture has granted a foreign
scholarship for dance for Doris Stelzer's residence in Hamburg.

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