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September 15 to 15 2022 / 8.30 pm
Zufit Simon
Passable, not Presentable

schwere reiter

In 1970, at the age of 25, Shulamith Firestone published the book "The Dialectic of Sex: The Case for Feminist Revolution," which is still considered a fundamental feminist work today. She had often presented her radical theses on the connection between women's liberation and sexual revolution, and became a best-selling author. Her second and last book, Airless Spaces (1998), is a "sequence of trenchant vignettes about the lives of the poor inside and outside state mental institutions, a document of the isolation suffered by women who continue to follow their convictions even after they have lost their popularity." (Chris Kraus)
Inspired by Firestone's biography and these portraits written with "grim laconicity," choreographer and dancer Zufit Simon's solo follows the effects that political and private conflicts can have on female corporeality. Economic and psychological-private oppression are questioned and translated into the language of dance.


Choreography, Dance: Zufit Simon
Sound: Fredrik Olofsson
Costume Design: Valentina Primavera
Set Design: Dietrich Oberländer
Lighting Design: JOM
Outside Eye: Inka Paul, Clarissa Rêgo
Production Management: Dietrich Oberländer
PR: Beate Zeller

watch the trailer



Venue
schwere reiter
Dachauer Straße 114a
80636 München
Tram 12, 20, 21 oder Bus 53
Haltestelle Leonrodplatz
www.schwerereiter.de


Tickets
17,- / 10,- Euro red.
Reservation: www.schwerereiter.de


Die Produktion wird gefördert durch Mittel des Landes Niedersachsen,
Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kultur und der Stiftung Niedersachsen, die München-Premiere wird gefördert vom Kulturreferat der Landeshauptstadt München. Zufit Simon ist Mitglied von Tanztendenz München e.V.


Tanztendenz Munich e.V. is sponsored
by the Munich Department of Arts and Culture