STILL MOTION
(2016)


STILL MOTION explores the border between performative and visual art. The contemplative work focuses on minimal movements and does not refer to any fixed narrative. It creates an invisible tension, in which movement and silence contrast and are always in relation to each other. It is the reduction that seduces the spectators to their own dreams and imaginations.

ASPHALT PILOTEN always investigate in urban environments. In STILL MOTION, they draw the viewer‘s gaze to seemingly cold concrete worlds. With meticulous precision, the rather rough construction material is displayed. The slowly changing images not only reveal the fineness and complexity of the material but also recreates a space in motion. This contrasts with the silent, almost motionless presence of the dancer, who consolidates subtly and captivating outer and inner spaces. As in previous works, the equal rights of diverse artistic disciplines are at the core of APSHALT PILOTENs creation.











                                                               

team

Anna Anderegg – Concept, Choreography, Edit
Milica Slacanin – Concept, Visual Strategy
Paul/a Pi – Dance
Marco Barotti – Sound Design

Hannes Sesemann - Light Design
Robert Lange - Technical Direction
Andreas Pfiffner - Camera
Christian Anderegg – Focus Puller
Nicole Pfister - Grading & Fine Tuning
Simone Serlenga – Video Projections, Photography
Antoniya Ivanova - Costumes
Manou Koreman - Movement Research
Baudilio Perez – Scenography
Moni Wespi - Dramaturgy
Nina Gazaniol - Director Assistent
Henne Fritze - Technical Advises



partners

pOlau, Tours, FR
Hangar 21, Detmold, DE
Bildstörung, Detmold, DE
DAZ (Deutsches Architektur Zentrum), Berlin, DE
Südpol, Lucerne, CH
Tanzhaus Zürich, Zürich, CH


with many thanks to

Jonas Huber
Manou Koreman
Richard Jenkinson
Xaver Hirsch
Marco Canevacci
Tissot Arena

Photo: Anna Anderegg & Simone Serlenga























supported by

Stadt Biel
Kanton Bern
ProHelvetia
Ernst - Göhner Stiftung
Dr. Georg und Josi Guggenheim Stiftung
Stanley Thomas Johnson Stiftung
ADAM AUDIO GmbH Berlin


Mit der Unterstützung des Kulturfonds der Société Suisse des Auteurs (SSA) und der FARS (Fédération des Arts de la Rue Suisses)