Ceren Oran and Moving Borders
Group behavior shapes us. We protect and organize ourselves into different groups, leisure clubs, in communities of states and unions. But what happens if an individual recognizes their sense of self? What happens then?
Choreographer Ceren Oran, together with a multicultural team,
translates the possible answers into dance and music. Five dancers and
one musician perform their own experiences of otherness and belonging.
They act out the constant tension between one's sense of self and
society in a playful, humorous and touching way. As they discover each
others' emotional values, tension begins to unfold. Schön Anders is
inspiring and enjoyable for both adults and children aged 6 and above.
The rehearsal process took place in Munich and in a residence at Neot Samandar Kibbutz, the home of the Israeli dancer Roni Sagi. Besides the rehearsals, all participants also experienced how it is to live in a kibbutz, in a community. The artists observed individual relationships and group behaviour in everyday life and incorporated these observations into their rehearsals. In Munich, school classes and an adult test audience were part of the rehearsal process.
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With: Ceren Oran, Roni Sagi, Maria Casares Gonzáles, Jin Lee, Jovana Zelenović
Artistic direction & choreography: Ceren Oran
Composition: Benny Omerzell
Music: Milly Groz
Costume: Sigrid Wurzinger
Lighting: Dennis Dieter Kopp
Dramatic accompaniment: Moos van den Broek
Artistic production management: Rat & Tat Kulturbüro
Audience discussion: after each performance
Language: without language
Photo: Tania Bloch