Artists Michael Zandl, Kolja Huneck, and David Eisele will spend their residency in DYNAMO to develop their creation – Sawdust Symphony. The performance explores the human desire to create: the process from vision to construction, the tragedy of work and the relationship between tools and humans.
What exactly is the satisfaction to hit a nail into wood? What is the sensation when sanding a surface and how does it feel for a machine to work? In this creation the performers share the stage with tools and machinery. Object manipulation and Magie Nouvelle are the circus disciplines the artists use as language to tell a unique and absurd story about the universe that unfolds around the practice and the concept of work.
A public showing of the work in progress will follow the residency, on June 11th 19:00.
Michael Zandl studied the Bachelor of Circus Arts at ‘Codarts – Hogeschool voor de Kunsten’. After graduation from Codarts in 2017 he produced and is touring his full-length solo performance Janus. More about Michael: https://www.michaelzandl.com/
Kolja Huneck started juggling in 2007. In 2015 he began his studies with a Bachelor of Circus Arts at Codarts in Rotterdam. He is specialized in object manipulation and handstand acrobatics. More about Kolja: https://www.kolja.art/
David Eisele is researching the possibilities of combining and redefining his circus discipline, the diabolo, not just with other elements from circus, but with everything that occurs in his life as a circus artist. More about David: http://www.davideisele.com/
Outside Eyes: Lucho Smit, Darragh McLoughlin
Production: Korzo Theater, Mirjam Zwanenburg
Special Thanks: Birgit Haberkamp, Philipp Dünnwald, Daniel Beiter
Support: Bundeskanzleramt Österreich (AT), Werkplaats Diepenheim (NL), TENT circus producties (NL), Latitude50 (BE), Provinciaal Domein Dommelhof Neerpelt (BE), Dynamo Workspace Odense (DK)
The residency in DYNAMO is made possible with support from Odense Municipality and the Danish Arts Foundation.