Gender Fuck [er] is an international and interdisciplinary collaboration between two makers; Graham Adey (SE | UK) and Keren Rosenberg (NL | IL). A year-long profound dialogue between the two artists, conceived an award winning short film, a full length performance and photo exhibition. The work was co-produced and premiered at Dansstationen, Sweden, followed by an international tour in spring and autumn Sadler’s Wells (UK), Holland, Mexico, Israel and Sweden.
Gender Fuck [there] is a full length dance-theater performance which fearless breaths between a rock concert, a tragedy and a nightclub. Through this collaboration both artists seek to accomplish something they could not do individually, which is to bring together two perspectives, a female and male onto one body and to explore the fluidity of identity through the physical, emotional and contextual perception of gender. The work challenges the division of roles by unleashing and building a masculine conviction within a vulnerable yet powerful female body looking into heterosexuality through a queer gaze.
“A brilliant performance. Rosenberg’s consider bootable ability to transform Allows the audience to question their Own Pre-Conceived notions of gender by the way we judge this performance in itself ‘ . Rachel Nouchi, London Dance Magazine
4 stars – “. Rosenberg transforms her body from masculine to famine Throughout with astonishing movement and physical change” Hanna Gosling, Sadler’s Wells reviews
**Made with the support of AFK, Moving Arts Project, Malmo stad and Nobody Has To know fashion Brand.
ReviewGeplaatst op 28 May om 02:40 door Zahira Mous