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Bodies gather. And we will celebrate the bodies and their parts. We will settle in this space. To commune with the people and objects. To support, hold onto, listen, and address. Looking back at the past. And telling stories of a future to come. A circle, open and closed, picking our way along its contours. A circle for us – a guiding principle. To be led through the space, to accept the invitation to find rest. Or to track down a voice.

Over two weekends, TQW Halle G will serve as a place of gathering: a gathering of artistic, performative and bodily practices. You can come and go as you wish. The publication of a daily programme will also be an invitation to participate. "TOGETHER THE PARTS" is an artistic and performative gathering of diverse formats, which will unfold simultaneously and consecutively. "The Listening Circle", "Circle Dance" and "Sensorial Tent" will be of a circular nature, while the "Procession" and "Tour" will traverse the space of Halle G as part of "moving practices".

By and with Alix Eynaudi, Susanne Songi Griem with Pete Prison IV, Gáddjá Haarla Pieski, Satu Herrala, Claudia Heu/Barbara Kraus, Sabina Holzer/Hans Schabus/Philipp Gehmacher, Thomas Hörl/Peter Kozek, Anne Juren/Sonia Leimer, Peter Kutin, Myriam Lefkowitz, Eliana Otta, PLF (Freya Edmondes/Lukas König/Peter Kutin), PARASOL (Theresa Scheinecker, Alex Bailey, Camilla Schielin, Shahrzad Nazarpour), Marta Popivoda, Karol Radziszewski, Eva Seiler, SERAFINE1369, Shaymaa Shoukry, Michael Turinsky, Elizabeth Ward with Samuel Feldhandler & Mzamo Nondlwana, Nil Yalter
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationWien
PublisherTanzquartier Wien
Publication statusPublished - 11 Nov 2022
MoE publication typeF2 Partial implementation of a work of art or performance
EventTogether the Parts - Tanzquartier Wien, Wien, Austria
Duration: 11 Nov 202220 Nov 2022

Field of art

  • Performance


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