New People 1.0
A LOW-FI SCI-FI FILM INSTALLATION WITHOUT DANCE
New People (⋏⟒⍙ ⌿⟒⍜⌿⌰⟒) and especially Aliens have a hard time everywhere in the galaxy. People find them disturbing. Irritating. They simply don’t belong. You don’t want them. Or only if they adapt.
New People 1.0 is a low-fi sci-fi film installation about utopian working conditions in dance. About Aliens on Earth. About adaptation and the way we work together. Viewing our experiences through alien eyes in order to see clearly the past and effect the future.
52min video on loop projected inside a tent structure.
Capacity for 4-6 people inside.
“New People 1.0 shows us the lives and histories of dancers in Germany and Pina Bausch and the possibilities for the future.”
“Very interesting and experimental in format, which suits the subject massively.”
Performers: Bénédicte Billiet, Tsai-Wei Tien, Breanna O’Mara and Julie Shanahan
Dramaturgy: Marc Wagenbach
Installation: OFEN Co-Arts Platform and Göhkan Mihçi
Concept, direction, design and editing: Gala Moody/Michael Carter
New People 1.0 premiered 26.10.2019 at Skulpturenpark Waldfrieden Wuppertal as part of Underground VII by Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch.
A co-production with OFEN Co-Arts Platform and Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch.
Supported by Ekeby International Research Center for Contemporary Arts.