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NEWSLETTER ARCHIVE 2005
December, 2005

Newsletter 01.12.2005

Soccer and dance are a match, sometimes. Well - they were: In George Best. Now he‘s dead. Before that, "he floated - defying gravity - with the ball on his foot across the muddy ground; each straddle in vain became part of the wondrous choreography“, reports Sueddeutsche Zeitung. "To pass by an opponent was physically exciting to me“, states George Best. All that sensuality was more than English soccer fields could bear in the 70s, the fans yelled, "where is your handbag, Georgie" and finally keen & luscious Best "failed due to the unreconstructed host culture in the stadiums" (again Sueddeutsche Zeitung). Hence: It would be possible but it isn‘t possible.

Rosa Parks, too, is dead (www.achievement.org/autodoc/page/par0bio-1). By staying seated she stood up. Friedrich Nietzsche (“Never trust ideas you have while sitting") can be wrong. Moral courage never goes out of style. One to remember.

Ann Liv Young is American, too. The New York Times attests European features ("Pina-Bausch-on-steroids"). ImPulsTanz.com dedicates an online video trailer to her "Melissa is a bitch" (an [8:tension] performance 2005, as those, who were there, sure remember). From now on, there will be a new video stream every Wednesday! On www.impulstanz.com/english/artsmedia/videogallery/

If you consider them eloquent Young women too loud for an Advent kind of time, brusquely leave the Arts & Media section and swiftly turn to News: there, Features perkly explains the connection between Elle, Tim Burton, Posh and Bourne and what the hell they think they are doing on ImPulsTanz.com in the first place. Also, Sasha Waltz's post-Schaubuehne reality is staged there. www.impulstanz.com/english/news/index.html

Which leads the thoroughly affected amongst us to http://involved.minimeta.de/involvedinperformancewithberlin/show/HomePage where - disregarding aesthetic differences - Berlin based dance & performance artists are confronting themselves and their environment with the truth on life of free lancers in our field ... and this not only concerns Berliners! Powered by rubyonrails.com ("with joy and less code"),

Suspense, suspense. And no end in sight: danceWEB 2006 calls for applications! If you are interested in becoming a danceWEBber 2006 despite of ex-WEBber Sue Bentley's warning ("danceWEB is an experience, like timetravelling is an experience, or landing on the moon, or waking up in Timbuctoo. Nothing can prepare you for this!") ... voilà:  www.dancewebeurope.net/scholarship/index.html

And for immediate cravings:
+ NEW YORK: Movement Research Festival: Open Source  www.movementresearch.org
+ VALENCIENNES: Lignes de Corps Festival  www.espace-pasolini.asso.fr
+ MOSCOW: TSEH Festival www.tseh.dance-net.ru
and of course Agenda Lobkov ("music for the working women") in VIENNA  http://gustav.cuntstunt.net

"Art is a guaranty of sanity" (Louise Bourgeois)

"You don't have to always believe, what's true" (TV total)


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GOOD TO KNOW

danceWEB Brunch 2015 © Karolina Miernik

Skip through our festival impressions as of 2005 HERE

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Join our club for numerous benefits. You can purchase our three different Club Cards online. HERE

Dancer: Helmut Fixl © Johanna Figl

Sneak previews of our current performances, or sweet memories of our workshops and past festival events can be watched here. MORE

© Karolina Miernik

Fashionable goodies of the last festivals are available HERE

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Date: 17.11.2018, 12:20 | Link: https://www.impulstanz.com/en/archive/2005/newsletter/id915/