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Viaduto

Renan Martins

Guest performance German premiere Tanzbiennale Heidelberg
Guest performance German premiere Tanzbiennale Heidelberg
Dance
Alter Saal

»Viaduto« is inspired by the concept of party. 2013 is marked by significant events in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. One of them is the demolition of one of its fundamental constructions, Elevado da Perimetral, a viaduct connecting major city parts with the periphery. Renan Martins investigates that moment in time, together with musician Frankão, to connect with the party as a tool for political resistance and as practice for collectivity.

Renan Martins (aka DJ Bamboo) is a Brazilian choreographer and dancer based in Heidelberg. In 2016 he created his very first full evening piece »Let Me Die In My Footsteps«, which was chosen by Aerowaves as one of the top works of 2016. Since then, he has been touring his pieces in Europe and Brazil. He has also been a performer for Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker, Alexandra Waierstall, Ceren Oran, and Daniel Linehan, amongst others. Since 2013 he is a member of Damaged Goods / Meg Stuart performing in ­»Violet«, »Atelier III«, »Projecting [Space]«, and most recently »CASCADE«.

Please note that this piece contains participatory elements and therefore only offers limited seating. The purchase of a ticket does not guarantee a seat.
With
João Cardoso, Mar Grifoll Ginata, Renan Martins, Waithera Lena Schreyeck, Thamiris Carvalho
Artistic Direction & Choreography
Renan Martins
Live Music
Frankão (O Gringo Sou Eu)
Choreographic Assistant & Dramaturgical Support
Anna Rocha
Originally created with and danced by
João Cardoso, Mar Grifoll Ginata, Maria Ferreira Silva, Nina Botkay, Thamiris Carvalho
Lighting Design
Lui L’Abbate
Costumes
Maria Ferreira Silva, Nina Botkay
Administrative and Executive Production
Sekoia Artes Performativas
Diffusion
Tina Agency
Support and Coproduction
Teatro Municipal do Porto / DDD – Festival Dias de Dança, Sekoia, Espaço do Tempo, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian
Special thanks to
Víctor Pérez Armero
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