Third Part of the Techno-Trilogy
Doris Uhlich invited the dancer and choreographer Michael Turinsky to work with her in exploring the body, its physicality, energy, and ecstasy. What are the movements that act like batteries for Michael Turinsky to recharge his body? Where does the body depart to while its batteries keep filling up? People with physical impairments are not usually associated with energy, energy discharge, or ecstasy – we associate them with implosion rather than explosion, standstill rather than progress. In sampling the sounds of her partner’s electric wheelchair, amplifying and translating them into thumping techno beats, Doris Uhlich generates an energy that in turn seizes Michael Turinsky. Energies of humans and machines are transferred and transformed, making the dialogue or even the whole relationship between man and machine, ecstasy and form, charge and discharge come alive. Ravemachine is a project in which two different bodies meet and mutually influence each other, exchanging impulses and thereby expanding their own physical biographies.
We shape the dynamics of energy. Michael Turinsky
We search for movements loading the body up like a battery. Theater is all about sharing, transforming and exchanging energies between all elements – performers, audience, machines and sounds. Doris Uhlich
Choreography Doris Uhlich
Performance Michael Turinsky, Doris Uhlich
Feedback Boris Kopeinig, Theresa Rauter
Light Gerald Pappenberger
Sound advisor Boris Kopeinig
Production Margot Wehinger
Press, Communication Jonathan Hörnig
International Distribution Something Great
Premiere Frontalversion 20/10/2016 brut Wien
Premiere All Around Version 22/10/2016 WUK performing arts / Vienna
insert (Theaterverein) is funded by the Cultural Department of the City of Vienna.