With the ‘posthuman social club’ we want to think outside of the box of what has been labeled “the human realm of Reason” and develop new regimes of perception, sensuality and corporeality that can with care and afterthought lead us the way away from our humanist, modern form of making and thinking the world to more inclusive ways of sharing many worlds with other critters. In the permeation of choreography and composition, with club culture, philosophy, ecology and media art we invite speculation of what a post-human social – or even a post-human society – could actually mean. We cannot overcome the euro- and anthropocentric, often misogynistic and racist tendencies of the „Enlightenment“ tradition overnight. The ‘posthuman social clubs’ are a sensual attunement, cultivation, elebration, exultation, differentiation and problematisation of these [posthuman] desires.
Isabella Forciniti · Julia Grillmayr · Kilian Jörg · Bruno Liberda · Jorge Sánchez-Chiong · Samuel Toro Pérez · LASCHULAS [Angélica Castelló, Natalia Dominguez Rangel, Lorena Moreno Vera, Lucía Simón Medina] · TE-R [Louise Linsenbolz, Thomas Wagensommerer] · Brigitte Wilfing
Brigitte Wilfing · clubanddance-lecture, Voice, Synthesizers, Dance
Isabella Forciniti · Analogue Synthesizers, Electronics, Performance
Julia Grillmayr · performance · tuning in lecture
Jorge Sánchez-Chiong · Turntables, Electronics
Kilian Jörg · performance · lecture in the dark
Mirjam Klebel · Horn, Dance
Samuel Toro Pérez · E-Gitarre, Electronics
Olivia De Prato · Violine
Victor Lowrie Tafoya · Viola
andother stage – transdisciplinary assemble for choreographic composition and artistic research – is not the desire for another stage, but for wending and wriggling between spaces and discourses, be it at the kitchen table or the large stage. Assemble refers to music because of its proximity to the ensemble, but we also want to affirm an assemblage of people, disciplines, media, instruments, objects and discourses and to affirm other forms of playing together. Founded in 2019 by the choreographer Brigitte Wilfing and the composer Jorge Sánchez-Chiong.
A production by andother stage in cooperation with Zentrum Fokus Forschung/dieAngewandte. Supported by the City of Vienna Culture (MA7).