tasks | Innsbruck

performed June 11th, 2016 at: Freies Theater Innsbruck, Innsbruck AT
curated by Vorbrenner (www.vorbrenner.org)

a site-relative, movement and acoustic sound performance, for six performers
duration: 60 mins.

Concept, structure, and artistic direction: Jasmin Schaitl & William “Bilwa” Costa
Scores, choreography and performance by: Annelie Andre, Monica Gentile, Solaja Rechlin, Gerlinde Roidinger, Jasmin Schaitl, Laura Söllner
with the kind support of Land Tirol,
Vorbrenner/Freies Theater Innsbruck

About tasks:

Artistic Direction, Concept, Choreography: Jasmin Schaitl and William “Bilwa” Costa

tasks is an interdisciplinary, site-relative performance, with an equal emphasis on movement, dance, acoustic sound, and visual elements. Through its minimalism, tasks sharpens the focus on fine details, making them more visible and audible, allowing an audience time to fully perceive and reflect upon single moments. This micro-focus offers a frame in which one can create an individual understanding of the performance.

tasks explores the visual and sonic correlation between proximity – distance and expansion – contraction. The performers work with their bodies, materials, and the space, to create patterns, shapes, images, and sound. They alternate between movement-based tasks and task-based movements, continuously transforming their relation towards each other and the space.

is developed according to the space and the number of performers, making each performance unique.