Performance Suitable for english audience

Nothingness/SOLVING TORSION ALONE/The Childhood I Kept To Myself/MIMOWERK IV

Sarah Jegelka & Hannes Buder/Greta Salgado Kudrass/Edegar Starke/Joséphine Auffray

Nothingness is a dance theater piece dedicated to the search for nothing other than nothingness. In SOLVING TORSION ALONE Greta Salgado Kudrass works with numerous physical and situational manifestations of aggression. The Childhood I Kept To Myself is a research of the body that examines the diversity of the individuals and in MIMOWERK IV Joséphine Auffray sets off on a journey through her own various personalities.

Playing times
Sa 01.06 16:30
Entrance fee:

12,00 € · reduced 8,00 €

Tickets notes

A reservation is possible at paulstudiosberlin [at]


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performer and choreography: Joséphine Auffray (MIMOWER IV)
dance: Sarah Jegelka (Nothingness)
cello: Hannes Buder
choreographer, dancer: (Edegar Starke The Childhood I Kept To Myself)
musician:  Ivan Chiarelli
costume design: Riccieri Genaro
choreography and performance: Greta Salgado Kudrass (Solving Torsion Alone)
dramaturgy: Alexander Ernst
support physical research: Alvaro Estéban


Sarah Jegelka & Hannes Buder: In their collaboration, Sarah and Hannes explore the connection of sound and movement through the art of instant composition by focusing the awareness of the space in between action and thus opening a sphere for new creation and expression of a common language that meets in the three-dimensional space.

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Joséphine Auffray studied at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London (2015-2018) for the BA (Hons) in Contemporary Dance. In 2017, as part of the Erasmus programme, Joséphine studied at Folkwang Universität der Künste in Essen for several months. During her training, Joséphine has been performing works by Merce Cunningham, Alison Curtis Jones, Marina Collard, Heidi Rustgaard, Claude Brumachon and Benjamin Lamarche.

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Greta Salgado Kudrass was born 1994 in La Coruña, Spain and grew up in several countries in South America. In 2013, she co-founded the Collective Confundamiento in Ecuador and joined the dance ensemble of the Teatro Nacional Sucre in Quito. In July 2017, she finished her contemporary dance studies at the Cologne University for Music and Dance, where she worked with choreographers such as Anna Konjetsky, Shumpei Nemoto, Emmanuel Gat and Rafaelle Giovanola. She is currently working on her own research.

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Edegar Starke is a Brazilian dancer, actor, choreographer and teaching artist. The focus of his movement research lies in the social aspect and impact of a dialogue through an artistic vocabulary.

“I am very curious about the singularities of the body in movement, this fascinating gathering of memories, images, feelings, flesh, bones, etc., and in acknowledging this, researching a path of exercises and ways of investigating what moves you and what do you move with it."

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