PAF & Friends:

Véronique Langlott

February 22, 2019
8.00 pm

15 | 10 Euros
(Combined ticket »Restructuring« + »WHAT ARE PEOPLE FOR?«)


Restructuring is a collaboration between performer and choreographer Véronique Langlott, projection artist Katrin Bethge and sound designer Alexandra Grieß. The choreography Restructuring creates a three-dimensional, multimedia image on stage: a picture of movement, sound and light. Restructuring plays with the individual components of choreography and focuses on the simultaneity of the various expressive possibilities of the media. Thematically, the choreography deals with the discrepancy between the two terms »faith« and »knowledge«. How determinable and definitive are the two terms? What is belief, what is knowledge?

Véronique Langlott studied dance at the Koninklijk Conservatorium Antwerp, Belgium, and in 2013 completed her MA Choreography at Fonty’s Hoogeschool in Tilburg, The Netherlands. In her work she collaborates with different artists and media and experiments with different formats of presentation. She creates dance pieces, installations and exhibitions. The central aspect of her work approach is to play with different forms of representation of dance and, through the mirror of the translation into another medium, to broaden the perspective both to the consideration of dance and art.

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Concept, choreography, performance Véronique Langlott Overhead projections Katrin Bethge Sound design Alexandra Grieß

A production by Véronique Langlott. Funded by Kulturbehörde Hamburg. Kindly supported by K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg. The guest performance at PAF & Friends is made possible by the Ilse & Dr. Horst Rusch Foundation.

PAF & Friends is a collaboration of Performing Arts Festival Berlin with 6 Tage Frei Baden-Württemberg, Hauptsache Frei Hamburg, RODEO München, Theaterfestival FAVORITEN Nordrhein-Westfalen and Ballhaus Ost. The Performing Arts Festival Berlin is organized by LAFT – Landesverband freie darstellende Künste Berlin and supported by the Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe.

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