which dances in progress 2020

Photo: Sabina Holzer, ©2020

We developed a work in progress of a choreographic assemblage to unfold new relations and kin-ship between subjects and objects and to discover new narratives.

Photo: Sabina Holzer, ©2020

We were dealing with the everyday use of aluminum and collecting its remains: aluminum foil, packaging material (coffee, tea, chips, chocolate) as a poetic reference to a valuable raw material, which is such a integrated part of our everyday life that we hardly notice it in its preciousness and the ecological impact the production has.

Photo: Sabina Holzer, ©2020

which dances in progress opened 3 days for visitors. It unfolded as a processual space in which the visitors became part of the assemblage and choreography simply by entering. 

With them, sensual materials (such as aluminum to be touched), as well as cognitive (such as reading material) and performative (such as dance, performance-lecture, talks) unfolded their presence and gave the visitors the opportunity to choose their form of presence: to observe, to read, to exchange.



which dance in progress, Jot12, August 2020. Photos: Jack Hauser

which dances in process Dance by Sabina Holzer