Elisabete Finger / BRA
25.10-05.11 in residency
Brazilian performer and choreographer, associated artist at HZT/UdK Berlin, and holder of a scholarship from Martin Roth Initiative arrives in Susch to work on her upcoming project RUN FAST, BITE HARD (working title) that will be conceived in collaboration with visual artist Manuela Eichner.
This project gathers a giant hairtail, an uncanny bird, a useless machine, a ball, and a body into an assemblage that moves and sings. It brings together some new researches and old knowledge about other perspectives of kinship, different ecologies and cosmologies. It takes art and choreography as a practice of being together, trying to raise other hypotheses and manners to live and die in this world.
RUN FAST, BITE HARD calls for its opposite. It is a search about kindness, proximity, coexistence, cooperation between different species, things, matters.
Elisabete Finger - Bio
Brazilian performer and choreographer. She studied Law and Public Politics in Brazil, Dance and Choreography in different places such as the Essais Program at CNDC d’Angers (FR) and the MA SODA (UdK / HZT Berlin). Her pieces pursue a state of enchantment and eroticism of matter, generating situations that explore the borders between delight and disturbance. Her work has been presented in different contexts: dance, performance, visual arts. With the support of international institutions as such: Itaú Cultural, Festival Panorama, FUNARTE, Ministério da Cultura, Sesc (BR), Institute Français (FR), Goethe Institute, PACT Zollverein, Fabrik Potsdam, Uferstudios (DE), Weld, Moderna Museet (SE), among others. She is now an associated artist at HZT/UdK, holding a scholarship from Martin Roth Initiative. She currently lives in Berlin, maintaining ongoing creative partnerships worldwide.