tasks | Berlin

a site-relative, movement and acoustic sound performance, for nine performers
duration: 40 mins.

performed at: Quiet Cue at KINDL, KINDL – Center for contemporary Art, Berlin, September 5th, 2015
curated by M. Renkel and N. Wiese

Concept, structure, and artistic direction:
 Jasmin Schaitl, William “Bilwa” Costa
Scores, choreography and performance by: Fabricio Belzoff (BR/DE), Phoebe Brown (UK), William “Bilwa” Costa (US), Saori Hala (JP), Emily Ranford (AU/DE), Jasmin Schaitl (AT), Elisabeth Schilling (DE/UK), Christian Konrad Schröder (AT), Ieva Savickaitė (LT).

– read online article about tasks at Quiet Cue at KINDL here –

is a site-relative performance that combines sound, movement, and visual elements.

Working with materials, objects, and their bodies, a group of performers, of various disciplines, execute a series of actions, phrases, and scores.

Focusing on their relationship to each other, as well as the physical and sonic characteristics of the performance space, the performers rotate between the objectives of movement-based tasks and task-based movements.

Ranging from solo to group, some tasks reference the qualities of a pendulum, focusing on momentum and gravity, while others address the parameters of height – width – depth, proximity – distance, expansion – contraction, and silence – stillness. Without narrative, they leave the audience time to assess the actions and interpret or propose her/his own meaning, content and thoughts.

photos by Klaus Bock


tasks was realized with the kind support of
Austrian Federal Chancellery

Austrian Cultural Forum Berlin
Tanz*Hotel Wien