Performative Concert / Premiere

HARTMANNMUELLER

HYBRID LOVE
Big Stage
Dates
26.01.2023 – 28.01.2023
Zwei Performer*innen in bunten, ausgefallenen Kostümen befinden sind auf der Bühne. Diese ist mit bunten Pflanzen dekoriert. Im Hintergrund sind zwei Personen auf einem Banner zu sehen.
Zwei Performer*innen stehen nebeneinander. Sie tragen pinke und blaue Kleidung mit Blumen als Motiv. Ihre Gesichter sind von einer pinken und einer blauen Perücke bedeckt.

Hybrid Love is an appeal to love and sensitivity. This work is a radically affectionate, thought-provoking impulse and a plea for love for each other, for mutual respect which enables community.  Community love is the connector, the hybrid, that brings us together. Hybrid Love calls us to connect, to engage, and to have fun together - fun in the experience, fun in the joy, fun in being together again!

HARTMANNMUELLER are constantly searching for new ways of expression in their works that have been influenced by film and pop culture aesthetics. The duo celebrated its ten-year anniversary in 2022. Ten stage productions were created during this time, in a range between dance, performance, and visual art. HARTMANNMUELLER was founded by Simon Hartmann and Daniel Ernesto Mueller in 2011, the two having met during their studies at the Folkwang University of the Arts in Essen. Hartmannmueller are the recipients of the Excellence Grant awarded by the State of North Rhine-Westphalia from 2021 until 2023.

Duration: 60 min.

Idea, concept: HARTMANNMUELLER, Fabian Schulz, Katrin Lehmacher, Philipp Zander; choreography, performance: Simon Hartmann, Daniel Ernesto Mueller; songs, lyrics: HARTMANNMUELLER, Fabian Schulz; dramaturgical advice: Verena Brakonier; music, composition: Fabian Schulz; set, stage and costume design: Katrin Lehmacher; technical, lighting: Philipp Zander; video, editing: Fabian Schulz; production management: Susanne Berthold; photo design: Alexander Reuter; photo: ©Dennis Yenmez.
A production of HARTMANNMUELLER, in co-production with tanzhaus nrw. Supported by the Ministry of Culture and Science of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia and the Cultural Office of the State Capital Düsseldorf. Supported by PACT Zollverein.