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New dance performance explores the unconscious

Choreographed by Thomas Hauert, ‘Inaudible’ relies on the dancers to “invent” on stage


05 March 2018 03:17 PM


ACN | Barcelona

Today, the Mercat de les Flors theater in Barcelona presented a new performance: ‘Inaudible.’ Put on by Swiss-Belgian choreographer Thomas Hauert, the show will run from March 8 to the 10, and comprises six dancers interpreting George Gerschwin’s ‘Concerto in F’ and Mauro Lanza’s ‘Ludus de Morte Regis.’

Thomas Hauert

This interpretation is carried out in the most immediate sense of the word – it’s up to the dancers to translate this music into dance, on stage. The choreographer was in fact interested in the movement that each dancer brought to the stage, filtered through their own unconscious. The key element in his work, said Hauert, is to work with the “conscious” mind and the body which “invents.”


The production comes after the choreographer’s work called ‘Sanse étoffée sur musique deguisée’ last weekend, and future performances such as ‘(sweet)(bitter)’ and ‘Pulse Constellation.’


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  • A moment from the 'Inaudible' performance by Thomas Hauert (March 5 2018, by Mercat de les Flors)