American Realness 2018: Everything Fits in the Room
Simone Aughterlony & Jen Rosenblit
with Miguel Gutierrez & Colin Self
Everything Fits In The Room
Friday, January 12, 9:00 pm
Saturday, January 13, 9:00 pm
Sunday, January 14, 2:00 pm
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Run Time: 60 Minutes
Presented by Gibney Dance with Support from Pro Helvetia and Goethe Institut New York
Venue: Industria, 39 South 5th Street, Brooklyn
Inside the room, dungeon-esque encounters and ordinary domestic lingering exercise a politic that comes with care-taking, danger and amnesia. Aughterlony & Rosenblit, alongside Gutierrez and Self on sound, maintain a complicated relationship to order that encourages cracks and leaks inside architectures for gathering. A free-standing wall, a roaming kitchen island and decaying bodies are part of a disruptive ecology that needs constant adjustment. Rhythmic sorcery drives the effort despite the un-governability of ingredients. Is this a construction site or a cooking show? The room offers an expanded horizon, no longer obliged to rid oneself of the things that supposedly suspend progress. With local guest performer Niall Noel Jones.
Performances of Everything Fits In The Room for American Realness 2018 are supported by Pro Helvetia and Goethe Institut New York.
Everything Fits In The Room is a production of Verein für allgemeines Wohl, co-produced by Gessnerallee Zürich, Arsenic–Lausanne. Additional support has been provided by the City of Zurich, Canton of Zurich Fachstelle Kultur und Pro Helvetia–Swiss Cultural Foundation, Tanzhaus Zurich, ImpulsTanz Wien, Ernst Göhner Stiftung, Fête de la Danse–Genev, Tanzhaus Zurich, George and Jenny Bloch Foundation. Created in the frame of “Utopian Realities”, a co-production of HAU Hebbel am Ufer and Haus der Kulturen der Welt as part of “100 Years of Now”, curated by HAU Hebbel am Ufer. Funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media of Germany.
Photo by Jorge León.
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