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STUDIO SHOWING // Constantin Georgescu / Joshua Haines & Alina Jaggi / Tomomi Watanabe

Residency artists sharing their current work in progress. Event includes video screening, live performances and audience talk.

STUDIO SHOWING // Constantin Georgescu / Joshua Haines & Alina Jaggi / Tomomi Watanabe
STUDIO SHOWING // Constantin Georgescu / Joshua Haines & Alina Jaggi / Tomomi Watanabe

Zeit & Ort

30. März 2024, 15:00 – 18:00

Linz, Sonnensteinstraße 11-13, 4040 Linz, Austria

Über die Veranstaltung

Residency Showings 

30.3.2024 

15.00-18.00

Tickets: Donation based - No reservations

Constantin Georgescu / video 15.00

Joshua Haines & Alina Jaggi / live performance 17.00

Aleksandra Krzekotowska, Tomomi Watanabe and Tiago Martins / live performance 17.30

After the live performances there will be an audience talk

About the residency artists: 

https://www.redsapata.com/projects-1/constantin-georgescu

Constantin is a choreographer, dance teacher and video artist. Educated as dancer in Bucharest, he has been engaged for over 17 years in different dance companies in Romania and Germany, and later on as free lance performer in many projects.  He holds a Masters Degree in dance pedagogy and is currently a PhD candidate at Bruckner University in Linz. As a choreographer he is creating his own work and he is collaborating with dance companies, schools and other independent artists in Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Denmark, Taiwan, South Korea, Portugal etc.

His choreographic work covers a broad artistic spectrum, from classical and contemporary dance pieces, to experimental or multimedia projects. Apart of dance films, he is also creating documentaries, mapping projections and stage design video.

https://www.unknown-possibilities.com/about

unknown.possibilities. (u.p.) is a performance based dance company born out of Josh and Alina's desire to create work together in 2023. By combining different emotional, physical, and psychological approaches u.p. searches to find new ways of expression and a multi-layered state of being. 

u.p.'s work is notable for being accessible, yet emotionally articulate, visually capturing, and venturing into the absurd.

https://www.redsapata.com/projects-1/tomoni-watanabe

Tomomi is a freelance dancer, born in Kyoto, Japan. She leraned basics of dance and acting at a musical school when she was 10 years old and started  Jazz dance in a H.K dance company in Osaka, 2004.  She went to NewYork to improve her own dance skills, and was impressed especially contemporary  dance there, since then she has been learning contemporary dance and established her own dance style. In 2015, moved to Berlin, Germany, to train as a professional dancer while also studying yoga and pilates. She has been working as a dancer, performer, actress in Berlin and collaborating with  photographers, street musicans and various artists. Since 2020, living in Linz. She is now creating her own dance works.

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