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May 15 to 17, 2015 / Fri 11 pm / Sun 8 pm
DANCE 2015: Micha Purucker
radio luma : into the night

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A drift in the night – radio luma : into the night traces the footsteps of film characters Oscar and Sergio according to motifs from the films "O Fantasma" by João Pedro Rodrigues and "Enter the Void" by Gaspar Noé, with a voice-over of text extracts by Louis-Ferdinand Céline. The protagonists are destabilised individuals on an inner journey. The films are tangibly experienced cinema. And Céline? He loved cinema and wrote lines such as “When dogs sleep, they look like wolves”. Being in a broadcast with Micha Purucker means submerging yourself in a space that, thanks to the intensity of movement and the dancers, can be physically experienced.

Three exquisite solos.
Münchner Feuilleton

Concept/choreographer: Micha Purucker
Dancers: Zufit Simon, Gonçalo Cruzinha, Bong Su Kim
Sound designer: Robert Merdžo
Lighting designer: Michael Kunitsch
Set construction workshop: Manuela Müller, Peter Slabon, Björn Freese, Pius Spiesshofer
Special thanks to Do Yeun Kim

World premiere: 6 November 2014, Schwere Reiter, Munich

Micha Puruckeris a member of Tanztendenz and is supported by the city of Munich. www.dance-muenchen.de

schwere reiter
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80636 München
Tram 12, 20, 21 oder Bus 53
Haltestelle Leonrodplatz

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Tanztendenz Munich e.V. is sponsored
by the Munich Department of Arts and Culture
  Micha Purucker
studied architecture, art history, ethnology and theatre studies. He received dance training in Munich and Stockholm, and has been working as a freelance choreographer, movement director and lecturer since 1985. He was a founding member of Munich’s Formationen Dance Energy (1985-2000), living room and the choreographer’s association Tanztendenz. As well as numerous other awards, he received the city of Munich’s Tanzpreis in 2003. He was a guest lecturer at Korean National University of Arts (2001-2007) and is a founding member of Laboratory Dance Project (LDP) in Seoul (2001). To date he has created 52 full-length productions, solos, duets, trios and ensemble works for diverse groups on large, mid-sized and small stages.