Fase, Four Movements to the Music of Steve Reich, 1982. A choreography by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker. Photo © Jean Luc Tanghe
24 Aug – 21 Sep
Exhibition, Performances, Discourse
Valeska Gert, Japanische Groteske. Valeska Gert Archive at the Akademie der Künste, Berlin. Photographer unknown
25 Aug – 21 Sep
Exhibition

What the Body Remembers. Dance Heritage Today The Century of Dance

Daily 3 pm – 10 pm

Guided tours:
Mon – Sat 4 pm
Sun 3 pm

€ 8/5

Boris Charmatz & Dimitri Chamblas: À bras-le-corps. Photo © Christophe Raynaud De Lage
Friday, 20 Sep
Dance

7 pm

Hanseatenweg

Hall 2

Stephen Petronio Company in Merce Cunningham's Tread (1970) as part of Bloodlines. Photo: Ian Douglas
Friday, 20 Sep
Dance

8 pm

Hanseatenweg

Studio

What the Body Remembers. Dance Heritage Today Stephen Petronio Company – Bloodlines: Merce Cunningham, Steve Paxton, Rudy Perez, Yvonne Rainer

Followed by an artist’s talk with Stephen Petronio, Boris Charmatz and Dimitri Chamblas

Moderation: Kirsten Maar

In English

€ 28/18

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Fase, Four Movements to the Music of Steve Reich, 1982. A choreography by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker. Photo © Jean Luc Tanghe
Saturday, 21 Sep
Discussion

5 pm

Hanseatenweg

Studio Lobby

What the Body Remembers. Dance Heritage Today Concluding Discussion

In English

Admission with exhibition ticket (€ 8/5)

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Boris Charmatz & Dimitri Chamblas: À bras-le-corps. Photo © Christophe Raynaud De Lage
Saturday, 21 Sep
Dance

7 pm

Hanseatenweg

Hall 2

Stephen Petronio Company in Merce Cunningham's Tread (1970) as part of Bloodlines. Photo: Ian Douglas
Saturday, 21 Sep
Dance

8 pm

Hanseatenweg

Studio

Nanako Nakajima. Photo © Kanno Kento
Tuesday, 22 Oct
Lecture

7 pm

Hanseatenweg

Clubroom

Dance Archive Box Berlin Valeska Gert Visiting Professorship Nanako Nakajima

With Nanako Nakajima, Gabriele Brandstetter, Ong Keng Sen, Nele Hertling

In English

Free admission

Filmstill: Moving Sand / Topos, 2019 © Malena Filmproduktion 2019
Saturday, 9 Nov
Dance, Film, Improvisation

7 pm

Hanseatenweg

Studio

Moving Sand / Topos An audiovisual essay by Floros Floridis and Jeanine Meerapfel

An audiovisual essay: Film, improvised music and dance

By Floros Floridis and Jeanine Meerapfel

With Jutta Hell, Dieter Baumann (Tanzcompagnie Rubato), Floros Floridis (clarinets), Elena Kakaliagou (French horn)

In German

€ 8/5