Sunday December 6th, 16:00

work in progress - Open Door

free entrance

Andrea Jenni and Dominique Richards

Andrea Jenni and Dominique Richards

Per & Marie, work in progress - Open Door

Per & Marie
"Per & Marie" is the latest production of Dominique Richards and Andrea Jenni. Inspired by the Swedish pop music duo Roxette, they create pictures and short stories with common and abstract sequences. Funny, irritating and sometimes also amusing.

Andrea Jenni and Dominique Richards want to invite you to have a look at their work and will be glad to hear your feedback on the material they developed during the last 5 weeks.
Idea and Performance: Dominique Richards, Andrea Jenni
Music: Gary Jules: „Mad World“
Nintendo: „Super Mario“ Sound Effects
Roxette: „Fading like a Flower“
Duration: ca. 20 min

Supported by Studio LaborGras.
Many thanks to Tanzfabrik Berlin and to everyone else who helped us during this first working period. Thank you all!

Andrea Jenni (CH)
lives and works in Berlin and Basel (CH). She graduated from the Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance, SEAD in 2006. After a few month of working in New York, she created 2007 a solo-performance piece “Wake-Up” with the conceptual artist Christian Burnoski for 2009 she created a new piece “Coasting” in Berlin. As a dancer she has worked for choreographers such as Monique Kröpfli (CH), LaborGras (Berlin), Ewa Bankowska (PL/AT), and Kirsten Burger/MTV (Berlin), Jessica Jobaris (Berlin/USA) and Nancy Banfi (Berlin).  Andrea teaches dance, improvisation, and bodywork (body awareness) at different schools and institutions e.g. at DancePoint Berlin,  GDS/ifb/Gymanastikdiplomschule Basel, Bildungsclub Basel.

Dominique Richards (CH/GB)
Born 1979 in Bern (CH), works mostly in Austria and Switzerland with Choreographers like Ewa Bankowska (PL/AT), Amanda Pina (CHI/AUT), Daniel Zimmermann (CH), Matsune & Subal (AUT) and Allegra Searle-Lebel (USA). She graduated from the Experimental Academy of Dance (SEAD) in Salzburg and studied at Tanz- und Theaterschule in Zürich and at Rubicon Dance in Cardiff. Since 2005 she teaches contemporary dance, contact improvisation and ballet in Switzerland and in Austria.