19-19.30 h and 21-21.30h :::Performance:::[Saal]::: 5.-€

Infinite Temporal Series II

concept and direction: Prue Lang
by and with:
Kristin Swiat, Manon Greiner,
Nina Vallon, Verena Tremel

Sound design: Amaury Groc
set design: Prue Lang
light design: Tanja Rühl
technician: Dimitar Evtimov

a coproduction by tanz performance köln with the Künstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt and Cercle Rouge.
supported by the
NATIONALE PERFORMANCE NETZ aus Mitteln des Tanzplans Deutschland der Kulturstiftung des Bundes

photo: Joris Jan Bos

Infinite Temporal Series was conceived as a series of choreographic installations, each of which develops a specific form that is passed on to the following one. Choreographer Prue Lang looks at the way in which we perceive space and time by questioning how we process seeing and being seen in a real, live context. The intimately set up stage enables the audience to become a part of the whole.


20-20.40 h ::: Performance :::[Ausstellungshalle]::: 5 €

german premiere

concept and interpretation: Julie Nioche
music: Alexandre Meyer
light: Yves Godin
set design: Virginie Mira
technical direction: Sylvain Giraudeau, Erik Houllier


photo: Virginie Mira

French dancer and choreographer Julie Nioche’s work revolves around the body and its transformations – through society and by rite of its physicality. Architectural constructions change shape because of the accumulation of masses of air and move the space in the course of this installation-like performance. The boundaries of body and space blur, become permeable. An organic “body space“ evolves by means of actual spatial elements, yet it is not possible to define inside and outside anymore. Forms and identities dissolve, evading strict definition, being decoded by immersing themselves in “a different skin.“

Thanks to : Michel Bernard, Alice Daquet ,Gabrielle Mallet, Nadine Moëc, Rachid Ouramdane, Julie Perrin.
Executive producer: A.I.M.E. (Association d’Individus en Mouvements Engagés)
Production : Association fin novembre
L’association fin novembre is supported by: le Ministère de la culture et de la communication / DRAC Ile de France, au titre de l’aide à la compagnie chorégraphique conventionnée et CulturesFrance.
Coproductions: Théâtre Bonlieu Scène nationale d’Annecy, Festival d’Automne à Paris, La Maison de l’Architecture en Ile de France, CCN Le Havre Haute Normandie, CCN de Franche-Comté à Belfort Le Consortium, Centre d’art contemporain dept. nouvelles scènes - Dijon
with support from: La Ménagerie de Verre – Paris et La Cité européenne des Récollets
Avec le concours du Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication – CNC – DICREAM, aide à la réalisation et de la Ville de Paris


from 18 h ::: free entrance

Elina Bäckman (FIN)
Die vierte Person
(the fourth person)
Holograms, 2006

With support from the Holographic Labs at the Kunsthochschule für Medien Köln (Academy of Media Arts Cologne)

artistical-technical-sientifical mentoring: Urs Fries, Professor Dieter Jung, Dipl.Ing. Peter Schuster

The installations of four holographic stereograms, produced by photographic projection, lighting and by incorporating the audience members’ movements create weightless bodies in three-dimensional space.

[Foyer] :::
Eli Cortiñas Hidalgo (E)
No place like home
video installation, 2006

Judy Garland, alias Dorothy from the magical land of Oz, circles along her winding path to self discovery longing to arrive „home“ in this synchronized choreography for two monitors.


[Foyer] :::
Claas Reinhard and Benjamin Holefleisch
Silberpfeil und Schattentanz

light installation , 2007
produced on commission by FIN

the Cologne based designers create the connecting thread through area of the Alte Feuerwache. They are guiding the audience with light and shadow to the venues.

[Foyer] :::
in Cooperation with the Institut Français de Cologne
A journey through choreographic landscapes of contemporary dance in France:
L´homme qui danse
a film by Rosita Boisseau and Valérie Urréa 2004 - 59 minutes - documentation
Kaspar Konzert
a film by Sylvie Blum and François Verret 2001 -
25 minutes - choreography


from 17 h ::: free entrance







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