Richter Meyer Marx (Germany)
Richter/Meyer/Marx (Berlin) trying to find a point of contact from theory and movement. Since 2013 performances and interventions. Award “First Prize Best Solo 6. International SoloDuo Festival Cologne” (Germany). Nominated for the award “Premio Arte Laguna” 2014 + 2015 (Venice, Italy) in the category “Performance”.
Helge-Björn Meyer studied Performing Arts and Philosophy at the University Leipzig (Germany) and work for following theaters: Theater Bremen, Maxim-Gorki-Theater Berlin, Hebbel am Ufer Berlin, Schauspiel Leipzig, Deutsches Nationaltheater Weimar, Theaterhaus Stuttgart (Germany), Teatro Communale di Bolzano (Italy) and since 2010 at Opera Graz. (Austria).
REPAIR:MOVE - Live performing
A body is read from an aesthetic point of view. What speaks a body? What does a movement? Are there limits to the movement? If a movement is correctable?
The performer repeat a single movement phrase about some minutes - to the Music of K_chico. Stoic trying observed counting measure and choreography. Over the long period of time it comes in the movement to changes, omissions and shifts. What correspondences exist between music and movement? What decisions are made at the moment of making music and movement?
“Anything can happen during these encounters, where the only thing planned is that theory ambitiously give itself to improvisation.” This quote by André Lepecki also applies to this intervention exercise because the performer go at this public meeting, in this body dialogue between mechanics and music, between failure and repair, to a uncharted land. A movement is visible from the moment of realization: What are the consequences of decisions? What does de-individualization? Is that it?