Stephanie Felber a performance artist working with choreography, dance, and photo-videography.and Ludger Lamers dancer and choreographer will collaborate on the research of what is performativity in our everyday life and interact with the local community in Heraklion. The performativity in daily life and in particular in the central zones of the city, attracts Stephanie curiosity since almost a decade. Especially conscious and unconscious productions of postures and gestures that have communicative functions in social and political contexts and also appear as a personal signature are part of a specific interest.
At ResidenceSEA they will produce a video with a choreographic structure of domestic movements in public space.
The research will focus on different questions like: What movement repertoires, qualities, expressive forms, styles and energies/ dynamics are characteristic in contemporary everyday in-between events? Which choreographic systems in daily activities are taking place? How can we transform it? How do we make a choreographic order in our own environment or in a private room? How does space and social action oscillate? Which practices of the everyday actions can we observe? Which everyday routines can we observe? What spatial and temporal structures can we find in everyday life? What references of bodies in space and time, can we observe in everyday life? What knowledge resources do we use in our everyday movements? Which movement patterns do we use? Which rituals can be found in everyday movements?
Stephanie Felber is a performance artist working with choreography, dance, and photo-videography. Own choreographic works have been presented in Best German Dance Solo euro-scene Leipzig, Feedback Festival Athens, Španski Borci Cultural Centre, (JSKD) Javni sklad RS za kulturne dejavnosti and Festival plesne ustvarjalnosti mladih ŽIVA Ljubljana, Quartier am Hafen und Zentrum für Zeitgenössischen Tanz Cologne, Shawbrook Irland, Museum der bildenden Künste Leipzig, Dock11 Berlin, Mediteranski Plesni Center Svetvincenat, 19th INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL FAKI Zagreb, Pasinger Fabrik, HochX, schwere reiter und Schaustelle-Pinakothek der Moderne Munich. Stephanie Felber is regularly supported by the Department of Arts and Culture of the City of Munich, Goethe-Institut, Bayerischen Landesverband für zeitgenössischen Tanz (BLZT) aus Mitteln des Bayerischen Staatsministeriums für Bildung und Kultus, Wissenschaft und Kunst and Kunstsalonstiftung Quartier am Hafen Cologne.
LUDGER LAMERS has been cooperating with numerous international artists since 1987 as a dancer and choreographer in Europe. As an actor he interpreted Kleist, Beckett and Jelinek. In addition to the development of solo works and his own projects he teaches at numerous institutions in Europe and Asia. In 2010 he received the Förderpreis Tanz of the state capital Munich.