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13 poems in a body - part one: take two
by and with Shannon Sullivan and Mor Demer

Breath is movement. Words ride on the outbreath. Sound is waves; the waves compress the particles in the air. The first language was sign language; words are gestures of the tongue. The voice is controlled by tiny muscles. The muscles control the size and frequency of the waves. Breathing is rhythmic. Words and movements have rhythms and exist in time. Rhythm is breath is sound is movement. Language is sensory; movement is cognitive. Language is cognitive; movement is sensory. Language is sound is movement is cognitive is sensory. My poems come from my body.

13 poems in a body - part one: take two

Concept / text / direction: Shannon Sullivan
By and with: Mor Demer and Shannon Sullivan
Dramaturgy: Joey Juschka








"13 poems in a body - part one: take two"
will be presented on:


Friday, March 25, 2011, at 8pm
and Saturday, March 26, 2011, at 8pm


Location:
LaborGras, Paul-Lincke-Ufer 44a, 10999 Berlin – Kreuzberg
U1/ U8 Kottbusser Tor -> map



Special thanks to:
-> Raffaella Galdi, -> LaborGras, -> mime centrum


























"Two Sides" exhibition on both days before and after the performance; please go to -> exhibition for more information.


The full program of SWAN Day Berlin 2011 as a pdf-document can be downloaded -> here.

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