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Deutscher Tanzpreis 2021. The Gala

Dreharbeiten Dachverband Tanz Deutschland / Aalto-Theater Essen Essen D 23.10.2021 um 18.00 Uhr

On Saturday, 23 October 2021, the German Dance Award will be presented at the Aalto Theatre in Essen – the most prestigious award for dance in Germany. The award ceremony is embedded in a top-class dance gala programme with contributions from classical ballet, dance theatre and contemporary dance.

The German Dance Prize 2021 will be awarded to the founder and director of the German Dance Film Institute Bremen, Heide-Marie Härtel. Her life’s work is associated with a globally outstanding institution and the impulse to capture dance in the medium of film and to bring it to new life.

 

Honours will also be awarded to ballet teacher Ursula Borrmann, choreographer Claire Cunningham and trade unionist Adil Laraki.

 

One of the highlights of the evening will be the pas de deux from John Cranko’s “Eugene Onegin” danced by the Stuttgart Ballet as well as Reinhild Hoffmann’s “Solo with Sofa”.

Siham El-Maimouni, presenter at Westdeutscher Rundfunk, will accompany the audience through the evening.

 

Details on the programme of the gala can be found here [click].

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The ticket for the live streaming can be purchased online at the following link: click here.

 

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You can optionally copy the following link: https://www.eventbrite.de/e/deutscher-tanzpreis-2021-tickets-166287537501

 

The team of the German Dance Film Institute Bremen is especially pleased to document the gala on film this year.

dance:digital. Virtual and interactive forum for dance [Making Of].
Mit tanz:digital sollen Tanzkünstler*innen, Tanzensembles und Institutionen des Tanzes in der medialen Präsentation künstlerischer Produktionen gestärkt werden. Das Deutsche Tanzfilminstitut dokumentiert ausgewählte Projekte.
Video-Produktion Dachverband Tanz Deutschland/ NEUSTART KULTUR Bundesweit D 2021/2022

 

 

DANCE DIGITAL

 

“The aims of the funding in the NEUSTART KULTUR programme are the development of innovative choreographic/artistic formats and the testing of new recording and production formats – e.g. working with body cams. e.g. working with body cams, 3D and 360° recording techniques, VR and AR applications, streaming and video-on-demand productions, format development for social networks and gaming.” Dachverband Tanz Deutschland

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Making Ofs of the German Dance Film Institute Bremen as part of the project

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Working with digital media has become an absolute reality in the dance field. However, it is more a component of internal work processes than a topic with social and aesthetic weight in the productions. Choreographers use new technologies in a light-hearted and practical way to support the production process or as a visual tool as part of the production, often in the area of set design.

 

The use of digital media has become an absolute reality in the dance field.

 

The project “tanz:digital” by the umbrella organisation Tanz Deutschland is dedicated to the issue that goes beyond this: what happens when dance and digital technology come together in an equal dialogue for a result that is not even necessarily connected to a stage, but perhaps can only be received on the worldwide Internet? For this, 14 individual productions have been selected that encompass a whole range of altered modes of production and reception.

 

The German Dance Film Institute Bremen has set itself the task of building a bridge between the motivation of the realising artists and the focused circle of users. In concrete terms, this means that “making-ofs” will be created for about 10 individual projects, preparing potential users, whether they are tech-savvy or not, for what to expect if they want to entrust themselves to one of the many new offerings.

 

The Making Ofs will accompany the highly unique production process of the selected projects on one day of shooting each, thus making the choice of technical, aesthetic, possibly also pedagogical means accessible to a wide audience in a film of about 10 minutes each. Interviews with the artistic directors and other project participants complement the film report.

 

DANAMOS. dance art native motion system. By Martin Puttke

Dreharbeiten Martin Puttke und Dt. Tanzfilminstitu Bremen Darmstadt, TU Departement of Human Sciences, Locomotion Laboratory D 29.+30.9.2021

 

“Learning by doing” has always been the basis for learning dance. Professor Martin Puttke, leading dance educator and former director of the German State Ballet Berlin and the Aalto Ballett Theatre Essen, wants to revolutionise this tradition with his concept “DANAMOS -dance native motion system”. With DANAMOS, Puttke brings together dance didactics, music, neurocognition and biomechanics in an unusual way.

 

The team of the Dance Film Institute has documented some experiments of this groundbreaking training technique in the Locomotion Laboratory at the TU Darmstadt, Department of Human Sciences, Lacomotion Laboratory. The gains and progress of Puttke’s training principles are made convincingly visible with the help of state-of-the-art digital technology “motion capture”. Many thanks to Maximillian A. Stacia and his team.

 

Robert Schad. Dancing sculptures in the park

Dreharbeiten Krähnholm, Gerhard-Marcks-Haus Bremen, Knoops Park D 7.9.2021

It is not surprising that the German sculptor Robert Schad was particularly influenced by dancers and choreographers: his sculptures are slender steel structures that, despite the hardness of the material they are made of, give to viewer the fleeting impression of a moving body.
In the project Tanzender Stahl, the team of the Deutsches Tanzfilminstitut illustrates Schad’s sculptures at the Gerhard-Marcks-Haus and Knoops Park in Bremen, highlighting their connection to dance.

Robert Schad. MOOH 2016. Foto: Olaf Bergmann Joint Sketches – Traces of Time – Bremen vierkant / Robert Schad
Finissage mit der Schweizer Tänzerin Anna Huber in Knoops Park.
Veranstaltungs-Dokumentation Stiftung Kränholm und Gerhad-Marcks-Haus Knoops Park D 29.08.2021 um 16.00 Uhr

 

It has now been possible to bring the guest performance of the Swiss dancer ANNA HUBER, which was cancelled due to Corona, to Bremen in the context of the exhibition “Bremen vierkant” by the steel sculptor ROBERT SCHAD. With a delay of more than a year, Anna Huber will not dance in the Gerhard-Marcks Haus as originally planned, but in the Robert Schad exhibition of the Kränholm Foundation in Knoops Park. She dances to live music by Martin Schütz, cello.

Robert Schad will also be present.

 

 

Lightness and movement interest the steel sculptor Robert Schad, whose square-steel sculptures come across as weighing tons, rising gracefully higher and higher into the sky, striding through a room as if on spikes, or – more rarely – seeming to wind gently across the floor. His early artistic exchange with the dancer and choreographer GERHARD BOHNER marked the beginning of his artistic dialogue with dance makers. Robert Schad entered into a reciprocal exchange, often lasting for years, with renowned personalities such as the dancers and choreographers SUSANNE LINKE, FINE KWIATKOWSKI, RUI HORTA, AVI KAISER, URS DIETRICH and ANNA HUBER.

 

 
The week after this FINISSAGE the exhibition will be dismantled, so this special dance event is the last chance to get to know Robert Schad’s work in Bremen.
 
The German Dance Film Institute is using this opportunity to complete the shooting of its film project “Robert Schad and the Dance”.
 
If you are interested, please register informally at harenborg@kraenholm.de.
 
Participation is free of charge.
 
Meeting place: Kränholm Sculpture Garden / Art Café
Auf dem Hohen Ufer 35, 28759 Bremen
 
Sunday, 29.8.2021 at 16.00

Please observe the current hygiene regulations.
 

 

 

Foto: Kirsten Tiedemann Bibliothèque de sac à dos – Performance by Nele Lipp / KOÏNZI-DANCE e.V.

Dreharbeiten KOÏNZI-DANCE e.V. Quarrendorf D 19.- 20. 6.2021

“For the film “Bibliothéque sac à dos”, artist Burkhard Scheller created five library backpacks that were rescued as cultural emergency luggage by performers in a forest to which a mysterious singer calls them. Some characters bear resemblance to those of the Commedia Dell’Arte.”

Dr Nele Lipp

Actors:inside: Grover, Chris Hausdorf, Christa Krings, Ralf Meyer Ze, Corinna Meyer-Esche and Nicole Gießler in “Biblothèque sac à dos”, 2022

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The team of the German Dance Film Institute Bremen is pleased to film the piece by Dr. Nele Lipp/KOÏNZI-DANCE e.V. and to produce the film.