A journey through infinity, that makes every body tremble
Andreas Hannes works again with the practice of continuous skipping – as in skipping down the street. In Tremble, a group of dancers embarks on a journey without a destination. They move across the stage by drawing geometrical patterns and falling in and out of rhythm. Together, they form a body that dynamically moves through space.
WHEN: 28.11- 29.11, 20:30 (premiere)
WHERE: Dansmakers Amsterdam
With the sustained cadence and original music of composer Rival Consoles, Tremble highlights a space that is in transit. Through the continuous flow of skipping, you are pulled into the movement; as if you were sitting on a moving vehicle, trembling, you become part of a road-trip, in which your memories and inspiration intertwine.
"Hannes takes a walk with the audience and plays with expectations. By constantly giving his choreography a new twist, he lets us experience a feeling of infinity in all simplicity." (Theaterkrant, The City, ITS 2018)
Andreas Hannes (1987, GR) is a percussionist, filmmaker, performer and choreographer (School for New Dance Development - AHK, 2018). He summarizes his artistic work with the concept of distances, either relational, physical and/or metaphysical. Tremble is the result of the Moving Forward Trajectory 2018/19. In 2019 he received the Young Artsupport Award Amsterdam.
Concept & Choreography Andreas Hannes in collaboration with the Performers Sigrid Stigsdatter Mathiassen, Antonia Steffens, Charlie Laban Trier, Andreas Hannes Light design Paulina Prokop Music & mix Rival Consoles Costume Design Aziz Bekkaoui Production Dansmakers Amsterdam Publicity Dansmakers Amsterdam & Michael Scerbo Campaign Image Luis Xertu Dramaturgy Renée Copraij, Bruno Listopad Artistic advice Suzy Blok, Kristin de Groot, Heleen Volman In collaboration with DansBrabant, Dansateliers, Moving Futures Network With the support of Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst, Dansgroep Amsterdam, Young Artsupport Amsterdam
Credits images: Poster Luis Xertu Photography Paulina Prokop