Direction and Performance: Jeremy Wade
Sound: Tian Rotteveel
Costume: Jean Paul Lespagnard
Lighting Design: Natalie Robin
Dramaturgy: Eike Wittrock
Press & Production: Björn Pätz & Björn Frers – björn & björn
Fountain, a new solo from Jeremy Wade, proposes a generative sphere of uncertainty. Wade circumvents traditional audience-performer dynamics and facilitates a generous group experience that evolves into a sensual engine. Wade assumes the role of preacher, shaman, and fool, by offering himself as a medium to receive and transform the energy of the theater space taking the audience on an emotional and alchemical journey.
Wade's choreographic technique is a unique encounter of aesthetic, sociological, and neurological dimensions. He derives movement from intense attention to the multiplicity of impulses in the body that are drawn from neurological processes, social constructions of norm, and aesthetic decisions. The stage becomes an engine where the intersubjective actions/reactions are propelled into space enveloping the audience for maximal sensation and association.
"By turns frightening and pitiful, the process was fascinating to behold, and strangely affecting. The space was charged." — Brian Seibert, The New York Times
A production by Jeremy Wade in co-production with HAU Berlin and Gaîté Lyrique Paris. Sponsored with funds from the Hauptstadtkulturfonds and by the Mayor of Berlin Senate Chancellery Cultural Affairs. With support by Tanzfabrik Berlin and Uferstudios.