Bodyline Borderline is an amazing show. It's his anger, his impatience and his digital overlays exhaust the dancers and the audience by pushing them to the maximum.
It is an interactive audiovisual performance that reflects the growing physical and mental demands of artificial intelligence, devices and media for the human mind and body.
The overwhelming demands of the digital age challenge the limitation of human capacities in many ways and leave us abstract and exhausted.
Through the empathic participation of the audience, the exhaustion of the performers is transmitted to the viewer.
The downward projection increases the claustrophobia and driving sensation of human beings pursued and controlled by the monitoring of information and the manipulation of the media, which extract all the latest data and energies from their exhausted and exhausted body and mind to the point that artists proceed.
This performance was developed and realized during the festival Schmiede 13: Return.
dancers / choreography
sandra hanschitz / lisbeth bitto
visual / video
micha elias pichlkastner
sound / graphic
jakob barth / micha elias pichlkastner / gregor sams / tim schenk
cinema vertigo / emanuel andel / schmiede 13 / all blacksmiths