Berlin has become the home of many performance artists from around the world that find a space, opportunities, and connections here to create their own work. I often sit in the audience of these performances, and for me it feels like a privilege to be in contact with their creators. Listening and experiencing their stories from a foreign world is a unique way of traveling – more than anything else (of course with a little help of your imagination).

The dancer and choreographer Jair Luna takes you on journey to his homeland Colombia with his new solo piece Memory of Dislocation – Exactly the same in the opposite direction. In an abstract autobiographic narrative the young performer travels with his audience through light, space and time, from a Berlin dance floor to a forest of neon lights that seems like a beautiful yet dangerous cage, just to fall back in movements and stories from his hometown and childhood. You immediately feel like you are part of his storyline. You have to give up the passiveness, walk around the stage and just follow the path of a young man into his future.

Memory of Dislocation – Exactly the same in the opposite direction

by and with Jair Luna

dramaturgy: Friederike Hirz, sound: Ana Laura Rincón (Hyperaktivist), light: Catalina Fernández

Premiere: 17. November 2017, 20:00

November 18, 2017, 20:00 & November 19, 2017, 19:00

March 28-31, 2018, 20:00

7 € / 5 €

Ballhaus Naunynstraße
Naunynstr. 27
10997 Berlin

www.ballhausnaunynstrasse.de

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Claudio
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on November 17th, 2017
updated on March 28th, 2018
in Art, Theater