How much of what we share about ourselves is real?
A boundless universe of dance and audiovisual art installation which explores our social obsession in self exposure through the use of modern technologies. Performer/Choreographer Keren Rosenberg, Visual-artist Tony Markus Sacharias & Filmmaker Nicola Cavalazzi create an immersive physical and virtual interface between the human body, image and performance. Inviting audiences to reflect on their own perception of identity, as they touch realms of intimacy, social positioning, vulnerabilities, fear and confrontation.
The performance premiered at Amsterdam Dansmakers Podium as a part of the 2018 Amsterdam Fringe Festival, followed by performances in Amsterdam Dance Event at CBK Amsterdam and Friese Dansdagen as a part of Leeuwarden Europe Cultural Capital 2018 programming.
The performance will tour nationally as a part of the Moving Futures festival 2019.
Concept Keren Rosenberg & Tony Markus Sacharias
Designer/visual artist: Tony Markus Sacharias
Creative & technical collaborator: Nicola Cavalazzi
Coaching: Suzy Blok Publicity Mitchell-lee van Rooij/Dansmakers Amsterdam
Production: Evelien van de Sanden/Dansmakers Amsterdam
Technical support & advice: Jason Malone/Beamlab
Dramaturgy: Jesús de Vega
Producer: The House of Victorious Humans
Executive producer Dansmakers Amsterdam
Co-producer: Beamlab, Frisian Dance Days as a part of European Cultural Capital of Europe 2018 Partners: Amsterdam Fringe Festival, Amsterdam Dance Event, CBK Amsterdam
This project is supported by the AFK (Amsterdam Fund for the Arts)