take me to my house

Camilla Schielin
Dance & Performance
Image detail of upper body with T-shirt, knitted tank top and knitted wrist warmer
Camilla
Schielin

is a dancer and performer based in Vienna. She studied contemporary dance and performance both in Austria and Germany and has since worked with, among others, Nick Mauss on a project for the Museum Ludwig in Cologne as well as with Doris Uhlich in Vienna.

Furthermore, she is a member of performance collective maria mercedes, supported by Huggy Bears. Camilla Schielin was awarded a TQW training scholarship as well as a ImPulsTanz 2021 danceWEB scholarship.

 
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Rakete Part 2

Artist Talk

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As part of Rakete Part 2, the participating artists will shine some light on their artistic reference points in...

Camilla Schielin
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„I don’t know if I’m creating this or if this is actually what is meant to be. / And you know they, they say that you gotta think what you want into existence.“ – Miley Cyrus in BB Talk

In her performance take me to my house, Camilla Schielin will explore different layers of heritage. Both material and immaterial aspects of heritage will encourage a broad and rhizomatic reading of the term. Encountering what once lived – that which transcends time and authorship equally – can be confusing. Facts underpin loss, ignorance allows for hope, the future is open at every turn?

This house, this body, which remembers and is caught up in arguments over the past, addresses question of perspective, dependency and orientation. Remnants and legacy, gestures and affects all demand the reframing of handed down rules and abandoned responsibilities.

Credits

Concept, performance
Camilla Schielin
Sound
Luize Nezberte
Textiles
Louise Streissler
Dramaturgical advisor
Constanze Schellow
Camera, editing
Hannah Todt, Alexander Heinrich
Thank you to Yoh Morishita, Julia Müllner and Huggy Bears
Camilla
Schielin

is a dancer and performer based in Vienna. She studied contemporary dance and performance both in Austria and Germany and has since worked with, among others, Nick Mauss on a project for the Museum Ludwig in Cologne as well as with Doris Uhlich in Vienna.

Furthermore, she is a member of performance collective maria mercedes, supported by Huggy Bears. Camilla Schielin was awarded a TQW training scholarship as well as a ImPulsTanz 2021 danceWEB scholarship.

 
Mon31. 
May
18.00/
Zoom
Educational

Rakete Part 2

Artist Talk

Educational

As part of Rakete Part 2, the participating artists will shine some light on their artistic reference points in...

 
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