Yes No Maybe
With Yes No Maybe, Malgven Gerbes and David Brandstätter pursue their reflection and investigation on legacy and corporeal knowledge. For this new creation, they are collaborating
with Eva Karczag – influential dancer with the Trisha Brown Dance Company (1979 — 1985), who, for the past 40 years, has been engaged in researching the kinesthetic heritage of that time period – and Ixchel Mendoza Hernandez, Mexican dancer and choreographer whose work and research are fed by the influences of the Berlin dance scene she’s been part of for several years.
Yes No Maybe is confronting the legacy of the post-modern movement with current choreographic approaches. Are the issues and challenges that used to drive the dancers and choreographers from that time still the same nowadays ? A lively and precise approach to the body in dialogue with the culture of concepts in the arts.
Yes No Maybe
Forum de Falaise
Chorège / Relais Culturel Régional du Pays de Falaise (FR)
DANSER CANAL HISTORIQUE
’’Malgven Gerbes and David Brandstätter carry out a new investigation in the landscape of dance, provoking an encounter of two epochs on stage, a story of lineage
and transmission. (…)
And thanks to Yes No Maybe, artists and audience can meet a living part of the Judson Legacy that is still influencing the creations of today.’’
PROJECT, CHOREOGRAPHY Malgven Gerbes, David Brandstätter | DANCE, COLLABORATION Eva Karczag, Malgven Gerbes, Ixchel Mendoza Hernandez | WRITING COLLABORATION Gabriele Wittmann | MUSIC Jim Sert, David Brandstätter | LIGHT DESIGN Ruth Waldeyer | PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT Alix Pellet, Marie Ruillé | SPECIAL THANKS TO Emilyn Claid for the authorization to use the title of her book “Yes? No! Maybe…’’ (Routledge, 2006)
PRODUCTION shifts – art in movement | COPRODUCTION fabrik Potsdam: Artistsin- residence, Relais Culturel Régional du Pays de Falaise | RESIDENCES ArtEZ, Institute of the Arts,
DSN – Dieppe Scène Nationale, Le Rive Gauche – Scène conventionnée danse de Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray | SUPPORTED BY DRAC Normandie, La Région Normandie | WITH THE PARTICIPATION OF FondsTransfabrik – French German Fonds for performing arts.
Les Hivernales d’Avignon, Festival Made in Postdam - fabrik Postdam