Dancer for the performance by William Sánchez H.

© Christine Breuer

Text description from SZENE 2WEI 
Hardly anything symbolizes more adequately the state of the modern world than plastic. On the one hand it is practical and widely used, on the other it endangers the environment and is a decisive influence on human development, standing for lifelessness and an emotional lack.Against the alienation from nature – originally an intentional act – it juxtaposes each individual's contemplation of the now. #ATME doesn’t just show the present as an epoch in crisis, but also as a moment of which the conscious experience is a value in itself that every person must find or recover for themselves.

Choreographer & Artist Director
William Sánchez H.
Anne-Hélène Kotoujansky, Eiji Takeda, Fuuko Shimazaki, Jörg Beese, Matthieu Bergmiller, Orlando Izzo, Ricarda Noetzel
Music and Composition
Tim Bücher
Costume, Scenography and Lighting
Clément Debras
Assistant & Workshops
Micaela Kühn Jara, Jörg Beese
Video & Photo
Paul Meuth, Orlando Izzo, Clément Debras, Christine Breuer, Georg Schreiber
Editorial Work
Kristina van Kempen
Graphic Design
Pavlina Boneva
Stage Management
Mercè Mayor
Pedagogic & Artist Director
Timo Gmeiner

More infos: 

18th November 2017, Reithalle, Offenburg

15th December 2017, Alte Feuerwache, Barnes Crossing, Köln
5th January 2018, Pfefferberg Theater, Berlin
09th January 2018, Pina Bausch Theater, Essen
13th January 2018, Kulturzentrum Tempel, Karlsruhe
22nd,23rd April 2018, Dresden
5th May 2018, Site Specific, Landesgartenschau Lahr

© Paul Meuth