Careborg

  • Careborg Photo: Camila Castro Grinstein
  • Careborg Photo: Camila Castro Grinstein
  • Careborg Photo: Camila Castro Grinstein
  • Careborg Photo: Camila Castro Grinstein
  • Careborg Photo: Camila Castro Grinstein

Liliana Tasso (Argentina) and Martin Nachbar (Germany)

Through a system of web cameras and Skype, two independent performances linked live create a virtual space that interacts with the real scene. A focus on human connective tissue was chosen due to the parallelism akin to computer networks crossing the planet today. A language was designed for every main idea; the body intervened by technology and the body from the stimulus of its internal connective network. A transition from the depth to the surface was created, from a Cyborg to a human connected to their natural corporality, from the distanced technological mediation to a real contact between peers, which transcends the distance and the absence of the tangible body. Two pieces with different aesthetics but linked through common scenes. A piece with a performative approach and a piece with danced choreographic figures. An artistic network creating ties and conveying new meanings.
 



Argentina
Creation and direction: Liliana Tasso | Choreography: Liliana Tasso | Dancers: Compañía de Danza de la Universidad Nacional de las Artes | Costumes: Melania Coleman | Technical assistance and streaming: José Poty Frias | Light design: Liliana Tasso, José Poty Frias | Press and communication: Laura Castillo | Photos: Camila Castro Grinstein | Graphic design: Victoria Demkof

Germany
Artistic direction: Martin Nachbar | Artistic assistance and choreography: Benjamin Pohlig | Choreography and performance: Martin Nachbar, Sunniva Vikor Egenes | Technical assistance: Philipp Enders | Costumes: Marion Montel | Music: The Necks | Text: Dietmar Darth, Benjamin Pohlig | Photos: Dieter Hartwig

In collaboration with Asociación Cultural Ana Pavlova, Centro Cultural 25 de Mayo and Departamento de Artes del Movimiento de la Universidad Nacional de las Artes | Co-produced by the International Coproduction Fund of the Goethe-Institut

This project is part of round 2 of the International Coproduction Fund, year 2016-2017.