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Anne Juren (AT/FR)
The audience is made up of sighted, blind and visually impaired people who are taking their seats. The piece can begin. Or rather, the dance through one’s own body in a choreography of imagination. Anatomie is Anne Juren’s contribution to The Humane Body project, and she takes dance to a new level while she’s at it. The artist gets to the heart of what was already the subject of her 2015 piece The Point: in her choreographic sessions, a voice guides the audience through and deep inside the lying body, shifting the focus away from watching, and stimulating the imagination. For Anatomie Vladimir Miller creates a space which is tangible and challenges the imagination – using soft mats, objects, sounds and plays of light.
Duration: 70–90 min
Blind and partially sighted audiences we kindly ask to register via T. +43.1.523 55 58-19 or email@example.com.
Please note: the performance on 28 July will be in German, the one on 29 July in English!
Anatomie is part of the EU project The Humane Body.
Supported by the EU programme Creative Europe
Kasino am Schwarzenbergplatz
Jul 29, 2017, 19:00