This is a recording of the premiere of "wror" at Mica Moca Project Berlin [http://www.micamoca.com/]
"wror" is an attempt to describe the sound you hear and feel, when you have high pressure on your ears. And an attempt to describe the way you see,…
wror at open dans festival 2011, rotterdam, netherlands / ro theater
June 25, 2011 from 7:30pm to 9pm
What is wror? wror is a self-created word. It is an attempt to describe the sound you hear and feel, when you have high pressure on your ears. And an attempt to describe the way you see, when your eyes are unable to focus. It is a tautological attempt to define a state of being in between. Being stuffed in the border between outside and inside. The wideness of the compressed perception leaves you feeling numb and deluded. During the rehearsal process Miriam Welk is wearing glasses which blur…See More
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Miriam Welk (*1983) graduated with the Bachlor of dance in education at the CODARTS - Hogeschool voor muziek en dans, Rotterdam in 2005. From 2008 - 2009 she joined the Master-program for choreography at Palucca Schule Dresden - Hochschule für Tanz. She is collaborating as a dancer, choreographer and dancefilm-maker with different artists like Meyrick Kaminski, Max Kirstein, Irene Schröder, Héctor Solari, Zohar Ren Karni, Cindy Hammer, Andreas Steffen and Shuah Brotherton. Her artistic interest lies in the experimental and interdisciplinary research and form of higher topics.
Miriam Welk is initiator and a member of the young group of artists "wilde pferde", who adress questions about (body-)dressage, (human-)breeding, educational systems and the hope for enlightenment.
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