cicad up – dance video – tanz_house herbst 17

25. Oktober 2017:
Dance video: cicad up
Date: 25th of October 2017
Time: 20:15
Location: tanz_house herbst 17, ARGEkultur Salzburg, Ulrike-Gschwandtner-Straße 5 – 5020 Salzburg.

A game of fragmenting the body into single puzzle parts.
Idea, concept: Birgit Mühlmann-Wieser, Nicole Baïer
Choreography, dance: Birgit Mühlmann-Wieser
Video: Nicole Baïer
Music: Wolfgang Zamastil
Video production: atelierdemontage

a b.m-w dance company production

tanz_house herbst 17

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