SimulacrumX

SimulacrumX

won the

Best solo – newcomer Förderpreis and 'Audience Award

at the SOLO|DUO FESTIVAL IN COLOGNE 2014

 

Jury: This solo shows a clear composition with space for performative quality. Ruben convinced by using simple means to visually complement the choreography.

Trailer

Solo

 

Choreography and Dance: Ruben Reniers

Music / Composition: Evelyn Saylor

 

the philosopher Lucretius posited that things shape their visibility by separating fine layers, simulacra, which leave imprints on our retina. Objects thus only concretize their shape by merging with our vision and are therefore only perceived by us as a kind of copy. But is this copy actually identical to the original? And if so, isn't actually all that we see only a copy? To what extent does our view, already manipulated by our environment and the people and media, manipulate the image? So if we can not believe our eyes anymore - maybe we can trace the authenticity of things with the periphery of our body. Can our intuition help to distinguish between appearance and reality, between what is and what we make off it? Are not we all a copy of our own original? At least in the eyes of the others?

 

8. Show

Tafelhalle (Nürnberg)

23. & 24. January 2017

 

7. Show

DOCK11 (Berlin) / rubarb dance & art

4. / 6. & 7. February 2016

 

6. Show

euro-leipzig 'The Best Dance Solo Germany'

6. & 8. November 2015

 

5. Show

DOCK11 /

rubarb dance & art

3. / 4. & 5. July 2015

 

 

4. Show

Gdansk Dance Festival (Poland)

CLUB ZAK

09.06.2015 at 18:00

 

3. Show

soloduo festival budapest

Saturday 17.01.2015 20:00

 

2. Show

Solo/Duo Festival Cologne

Friday 26.09.2014 20:00

 

Premiere at the SOLOCHOREOGRAFICO Festival (Torino, It)

Teatro Vittoria Torino

Sunday 22.06.2014 20:00

 

Special Thanx to Nicole Kohlmann, Raffaele Irace, SOLOCOREOGRAFICO (Torino, Italy),

SOLO|DUO FESTIVAL- Barnes Crossing (Cologne, Germany) MRC/ Karsten Bleymehl, Unser Studio Berlin and Atelier Frank Erler

A 'rubarb dance & art' production

 

Trailer Tanzweb Köln

 

 

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