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The intimate setting of Café Sperl, located at Gumpendorfer Straße 11, 1060 Vienna, will give a selected group of interested visitors (only four people for now) the opportunity to get to know the artists, to chat, have a meal and drinks together – all in a safe environment and with the required social distancing in place. As TQW’s guest, you can either choose between cake (our personal recommendation is the Zwetschkenfleck – a kind of plum tart) or Knödel mit Ei (dumplings and egg) and a drink.
Our guest on 19 February will be Jefta van Dinther, who will be showing his new creation Mountains at TQW.
Please register until 12 February via e-mail to Theresa Rauter firstname.lastname@example.org. Enter your name, age and occupation and write us a few lines why you would like to meet Jefta van Dinther in person.
is a choreographer and dancer working and living in Berlin. His work is characterized by a rigorous physical approach and always implies a staged research of movement itself. The moving body is centerfold in his work but belongs to and interacts with a body of light, sound and materials that constitute an environment of perception and sensation. The dancers work and dance their way through various environments: their processes exhibited live on stage become performances.
Van Dinther’s works deal with notions of illusion, the visible and the invisible, synaesthesia, darkness, labour, the uncanny, affect, voice and image. They often play with formats of presentation and range from traditional dispositifs to installation-like settings as well as from smaller intimate performances to large-scale productions. In addition, Jefta van Dinther has created the choreography for and dances in the music video Monument (2015) by Röyksopp & Robyn. He is associated artist at Cullberg, together with Alma Söderberg and Deborah Hay, 2019–2021.