Sa., 14. Mai



Vienna Section CID: Filip Löbl & Sense Pell / Staša Zurovac / Carolina Avellaneda Sanabria and more...

Performance night by Vienna Section CID for the Austrian dance community

Vienna Section CID: Filip Löbl & Sense Pell / Staša Zurovac / Carolina Avellaneda Sanabria and more...

Zeit & Ort

14. Mai, 19:30

Linz, Sonnensteinstraße 11-13, 4040 Linz, Austria

Über die Veranstaltung

CID Vienna Section presents

Valerio Iurato / Maria Shurkhal / Carolina Avellaneda Sanabria / Anna Possarnig

Staša Zurovac / Filip Löbl & Sense Pell

Saturday 14th of May

19.30 @ Sonnenstein Loft

Tickets: 15 Euros / 8 Euros 

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Foto credit: Filip Löbl



Choreography: Valerio Iurato

Dancers: Casper Mott / Albert Carol

Music: Kaperotxipi

Costumes: Darija Pejić

While in the myth of Icarus, Icarus’ father warns his son by saying “for the fogs about the  earth may weigh you down and the blaze from the sun are going to melt your feathers apart”, the  story decides to accent only the relationship between Icarus and the sun, ignoring the other side  of the story.

ICARUS UNTOLD tell the story of the Icarus that didn’t dare to fly high enough, seen by the  regrettable eyes of the falling Icarus. The piece focus on the dual aspect of the myth. The two  figures face one another as the opposite that needs each other tension in order to express their  full potential.


Video: Mohammad Reza Rasouli, Stefanie Rasouli

Performance: Maria Shurkhal

Music: Adrián Artacho

Special thanks to Huggy Bears

Zest is the imaginary universe, where taste turns into a visual sense. The dancer embodies a range  of flavors - from sweet to sour, from bitter to spicy, while the camera, sound, and space choose a  perspective of interpretation. The film calls for immediate sensorial memories, emotions, and  associations. Here the German idiom “Das Auge isst mit” is extended to the whole body. From head  to toe, from the skin to hair - everything is affected by the wonderland of taste.


Regie and performer: Carolina Avellaneda Sanabria

Wanting to run and not knowing where to go because there are many places you want to avoid, realities to face and pain to hide. It is finding yourself in the same place over and over again, going around in circles of your own choosing. Jump to the next day to not take into account how bad it was the last day. It is wanting to cry that day, but the hardened heart does not allow it. Sometimes that desire to run can't get out of our own skin, but it remains.

Parallel Minds

a PUC production

Choreography: Anna Possarnig in collaboration with the dancers

Dance: Kamil Mrozowski and Anna Possarnig

Music: Joel Diegert

Costumes: Anna Possarnig

Supported by beat1060

Thanks to Ankersaal, Kultursommer Wien, Maria Shurkhal, Michael Gross and Elda Gallo

Our memories, our experiences shape our existence. Therefor we create layers of interaction with  the recent moment, the people around us and between our past and our future. “Parallel Minds” is a  research into collaboration and communication. How can we and do we interact with each other and  with the many versions of ourselves? What happens, if we break down hierarchies and let all the  parts in the puzzle act as equals? The process is the content, the content becomes the process and in  the end our imagination becomes reality.





Direction and dramatugical concept: Staša Zurovac

Choreography: Staša Zurovac / Núria Giménez Villarroya / Viktória Viola Tekeľová

Performers: Núria Giménez Villarroya / Viktória Viola Tekeľová

The choreographic piece "White" was initially inspired by the prose work of Norwegian author Jon Fosse "Aliss at the Fire" and the text of the composer Ármin Cservenák "White Love". Based on these two templates, I wrote a poem called “White” which is in a way a sublimate of the transposed story into a universal language to serve as a template for composing music, as well as for creating choreography.

Short description of Jon Fosse’s " Aliss at the Fire":

In her old house by the fjord, Signe lies on a bench and sees a vision of herself as she was more than twenty years earlier: standing by the window waiting for her husband Asle, on that terrible late November day when he took his rowboat out onto the water and never returned. Her memories widen out to include their whole life together, and beyond: the bonds of family and the battles with implacable nature stretching back over five generations, to Asle's great-great-grandmother Aliss. In Jon Fosse's vivid, hallucinatory prose, all these moments in time inhabit the same space, and the ghosts of the past collide with those who still live on.

“White Love” by Ármin Cser