Picture: Drone Media Studio (HU) / Animation: Effi & Amir

Picture: Drone Media Studio (HU) / Animation: Effi & Amir
Europe is shutting up its borders, and in the surrounding areas, a new kind of choreography is emerging. Far from putting an end to migrational movements, the border closures are generating new movements. “TALOS”, a new solo work by Israeli choreographer Arkadi Zaides, investigates the future of borders. Its starting point is “TALOS”, an EU-funded technological project, a mobile robot system intended to detect and prevent illegal border crossings. With the help of interviews, film material and documents, Zaides and his interdisciplinary research team reflect on the consequences and the ethical issues around the “TALOS” initiative.
Current Performances
Wed 30.08.2017 | 21:00 | HAU3
Thu 31.08.2017 | 21:00 | HAU3
Fri 01.09.2017 | 19:00 | HAU3
Fri 01.09.2017 | 20:00 | Bibliothek im August (HAU2)
On the Sofa
The Future of Borders | Arkadi Zaides & Special Guest
Sat 02.09.2017 | 19:00 | HAU3
Concept & Artistic Direction Arkadi Zaides
Artistic Collaboration Claire Buisson, Nienke Scholts, Culture Crew (Olivier Liers, Vincent Jacobs), Ef & Amir (Ef Weiss & Amir Borenstein), Jonas Rutgeers, Youness Anzane
Duration 50 Min

Administration & Production Management: Simge Gücük. Distribution: Key Performance – Julia Asperska & Koen Vanhove. Coproduction: Les Subsistances, CDC Toulouse, NEXT Festival, Lille- Kortrijk-Tournai, La Maison de la Danse, Lyon, CCNN – Centre Chorégraphique National de Nantes, TanzQuartier Wien, Teaterhuset Avant Garden Trondheim, K3 - Zentrum für Choreographie | Tanzplan Hamburg as part of the project Together Apart, funded by the German Federal Cultural Foundation. In Residency at: O Espaço do Tempo, Montemor-o-Novo, STUK, Leuven, Wiesbaden Biennale, Wiesbaden, Kunstenfestivaldesarts. Supported by: DICRéAM  Fonds Transfabrik – deutsch-französischer Fonds für darstellende Künste.

With support by Institut Français and the French Ministry for Culture and Communication / DGCA.