ONE:THIRD at Studio laborgras

COLLECTIVE ONE:THIRD

Fate of the Galaxies
 
June 11th at 20:00
 
Tickets: 12,-/8,- reduced
Ticketreservation: 030-69505183 or
 
Dance & choreography:
Roberta Ricci, Justyna Kalbarczyk, Annukka Hirvonen, Edith Buttingsrud Pedersen, Sarah Jegelka, Stefania Petraka, Saša Pavic
 
Live music: Hannes Buder, electric guitar

Collective ONE:THIRD: Fate of the Galaxies

ONE: THIRD explores the most natural form of human communication in front of audiences and ourselves - a laboratory of real life. We are a group of professional dancers from a diverse array of countries and cultural backgrounds.

Through our work we want to share this diversity and exchange our research on own individual movement, through one common language: instant composition. We try to listen to an instinctive voice that leads us to connect with ourselves and then to others.

Every new context hides a variety of new constellations, vibes and flavours of life. The Moments that arise from these constellations we share in front of the watching eye. Movement is the catalyst for further movement. We react organically to one another, absorbing and transmitting energy. This connection of different bodies and textures is what unites this group, and yet our individual diversity remain

About Fate of the Galaxies
Periodically galaxies cross too close one another objects of different philosophy begin to interact attract themselves slow down Unravel one of their arms they do not collide but fly by each other brief interaction sets in motion tremendous changes they are drawing back together their shapes rearrange flashes accompany creation of new stars but most of the time nothing happens.


 “Fate of the Galaxies” was a winner of 100° Festival 2015, Sophiensaele Berlin.
Jury statement:
“For their distinct momentary compositions and diverse portrayal of particles within constellations as human relationships. Your rearranging shapes and spheres together with exquisite music was illuminative and uplifting and created a ‘complete picture’ what we feel like in the big world.”

Photos: Arne Schmitt

Justyna Kalbarczyk is a polish dancer based in Berlin. She graduated from NSCD in Leeds (UK). In 2013 solo ‘Bim Bam Bum’ choreographed on her by Bridie Gane received 1st award and public award at ‘Das Beste Deutsche Tanz Solo’ in Leipzig. She also performed within Lucky Trimmer #20 in Berlin and ‘Black Box Festival’ in Bulgaria. Recently she works for the‘Unemployment Productions’ with a filmmaker Alicja Hoppel and “Collective One:Third” which recent production “Fate of The Galaxies” received an award during ‘100 Grad Festival’ 2015 in BerlinPoland Edith Buttingsrud Pedersen grew up in Copenhagen (Denmark) where she started dancing classical ballet at the age of 3. 14 years later she finished the Steeps Dance Education in Denmark and moved to Munich (Germany) where she started studying at Iwansson International School of Contemporary Dance, finishing in 2011. Since then she has been working as a freelance dancer and choreographer, performing around Europe, with a few stops in Northern Africa. She has worked with a variety of choreographers, companies and artists such as Stephan Dreher, Dali Touiti, Katja Wachter, Sebastian Prantll, Ilona Roth, Jiří Kylián with Karine Guizzo, Frank Balve, Rasmus Soerinus, Bianca Anne B., Rolf Heim, Per Linderoth, Morten Rosen, and FIGURA Ensemble. In January 2014 she debuted as a choreographer for the new opera production All the World, Goodnight / Alverden Godnat for the Copenhagen Opera House. In May of the same year, she co-founded – and became a member of – the Collective Ensemble ONE:THIRD in Berlin. She is also part of the company Cie. Taucshfüllung, Varq De Alvo Dance Company, and Revolver Dance Theatre.


Annukka Hirvonen was born in Oulu, Finland, where she since her childhood first studied music and then dance, finishing her Master of Arts in Education in the University of Oulu 2009. In 2011 she moved to The Netherlands to complete her BA-diploma as a dancer/ performer in the department of Modern Dance & Dance Theater in Fontys Dance Academy, Tilburg. In the Netherlands she danced with choreographers such as Pia Meuthen, Peter Jasko, Katja Grässli, Eddy Becquart, Floortje Doeksen, Sara Wiktorowicz & Liat Waysbort. An internship with dance company Cie.Toula Limnaios brought her to Berlin in 2013, where she decided to stay living and working afterwards as a freelancer. In 2014 she co-founded and joined the Collective ONE:THIRD, winning the Jury price in 100 Grad Festival Berlin 2015 with their work "Fate of the Galaxies". Currently she is creating works in collaboration with other artists, joining productions as a dancer and teaching dance and yoga in Berlin.



Stefania Petraka lives in Berlin since 2013. She studied dance in Italy with different teachers (Dominique Dupuy, Hervé Diasnas, Company Blu, Piera Pavaniello, Axis Syllabus) and she is a dancer, teacher and coreographer degreed in 2008 at C.I.M.D. of Franca Ferrari (Milan). After different experiences with companies in Milan and Tuscany she is working now in Berlin as free-lancer and is part of the impro-tanz group: COLLECTIVE ONE:THIRD with which won the jury preis at 100° Berlin festival 2015.

Sarah Jegelka is a contemporary dancer/ performer/ choreographer based in Berlin. Having graduated in Sport Science and Economics she decided to focus on her foremost passion, completing her dance studies in Nuremberg. She went on to perform at Nuremberg’s State Opera House (with Laura Scozzi) and was a member of the company mareatanz. In 2012 she moved to Berlin where she has since focused on her continued development as a dancer, working on solo projects, participating in numerous works and collaborating with a broad range of artists (Video artist Riccardo Bernardi, Food & Performance “Le Articioche”, Photographer Maria Silvano and Cie Urban Reflects Mannheim among others). Sarah likes to find new ways of connecting and expressing different arts through movement, and currently attends Dance Science Studies at Berlin’s Free University. Fascinated by the notion of touching the unconscious inherent in movement, she has chosen to further her research in the area of Improvisation and Instant Composition and is a co-founder and member of “Collective ONE:THIRD”, whose latest production “Fate of the Galaxies” won the jury prize at the 100° festival in 2015.

Roberta Ricci was born in Messina ( Italy ), where she started dancing classical ballet and modern dance at “Centro Sperimentale Progetto Danza”. After being graduated at the National Promotion Corporation  “Movimento Danza” of Naples ( IT), she focused her studies on contemporary dance . She attended the professional course for contemporary dance Modem Atelier run by Compagnia Zappalà; more over she studied deeper also with: David  Zambrano, Inaki Azpillaga, Julyen Hamilton, Maya M. Carrol,  Peter Goss, Emio Greco, Yuval Pick, and T. J. Weikel. Soon after she started working as a freelance dancer and choreographer experiencing with various choreographers and companies such asCadmium compagnie ( Paris,FR) ; Movimento Danza ( Naples, IT);Motomimetico ( Catania, IT), Modem ( young collective of Zappalà Danza, Scenario Pub.li.co, Catania, IT); RAI ( Radio Televisone Italiana),Compagnia delle Arti Visive.  As  performer she has worked with different directors in plays such as  “Teatro in musica contemporaneo” directed by  Aldo Cesar Fagà and with the composers  Ennio Morricone, Albino Taggeo and Marco Betta ( Taormina Arte - theatre Bellini, Palermo - theatre Fornaci,  Rome - theatre Duni, Matera).At the same time she started her own research and since 2009 she creates  choreographies and performances for various festivals and spacies among which Festival Teatro Italia, Quinte(s)senza , TaorminaArte , PAN Palazzo delle Arti Naples, Sophiensaale Berlin. Graduated in Philosophy, since 2008 she theaches contemporary dance and holds workshops for dancers and actors. Currently she is member and Co/founder of Collective ONE:THIRD  in Berlin, where she lives and creates her own projects  in collaboration with various artists, being also involved in different projects as dancer.

Edith Buttingsrud Pedersen grew up in Copenhagen (Denmark) where she started dancing classical ballet at the age of 3. 14 years later she finished the Steeps Dance Education in Denmark and moved to Munich (Germany) where she started studying at Iwansson International School of Contemporary Dance, finishing in 2011. Since then she has been working as a freelance dancer and choreographer, performing around Europe, with a few stops in Northern Africa. She has worked with a variety of choreographers, companies and artists such as Stephan Dreher, Dali Touiti, Katja Wachter, Sebastian Prantll, Ilona Roth, Jiří Kylián with Karine Guizzo, Frank Balve, Rasmus Soerinus, Bianca Anne B., Rolf Heim, Per Linderoth, Morten Rosen, and FIGURA Ensemble. In January 2014 she debuted as a choreographer for the new opera production All the World, Goodnight / Alverden Godnat for the Copenhagen Opera House. In May of the same year, she co-founded – and became a member of – the Collective Ensemble ONE:THIRD in Berlin. She is also part of the company Cie. Taucshfüllung, Varq De Alvo Dance Company, and Revolver Dance Theatre.