fleshy interface: fiebre
Fiebre is part of the guest performance series for the Festival Fleshy interface, FIEBRE, is a choreographic work departing from a fictional landscape exploring a sensual gooey material. FIEBRE comes from a desire of creating an intimate, inceptive space where three dancers progressively explore the possibilities of a viscous and sentimental apparatus. Moving through trajectories of physical states, erotic togetherness, sexuality, sincereness and rawness. FIEBRE intents to imagine other ways of being together for thresholding and transformation. Eroticism becomes a source of empowerment where desire, disgust and alienation are free to coexist and feed each other.
FIEBRE is build on cooperation and care, the work relies essentially on the group. Re-framing the inherited hierarchies of the different parts of labor in such a work and their respective visibilities aiming to shake up structural ways of putting cheer to the singular author.
Choreography: Tamara Alegre, Lydia Östberg Diakité, Marie Ursin. Concept : Tamara Alegre Performance: Lydia Östberg Diakité, Nunu Flashdem, Tamara Alegre, Elie Autin at Neumarkt. Scenography and stage assistant: Célia Lutangu. Costumes : Giulia Essyad. Music: HAJ300 – Katja Lindeberg. External eyes: Karina Sarkissova and Giulia Essyad. Special thanks to Klara Utke Acs, Benedicte Eggesbø and Ali Abdelkhalek.
FIEBRE was made possible with the support of Ernst Göhner Stiftung, Fluxum Foundation, Nestlé Art Foundation, SIS and the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia. Arsenic – Contemporary Performing Arts Center, Lausanne and DOCH, University of Dance and Circus, Stockholm. Production: FUEGO CONTIGO