Actionsm, Japonism, Symbolism – historical isms that Takeya has countered with her “Lemonism” during the last years. Besides an assemblage of all the -isms at Leopold Museum, Takeya confronts in her new theatre version the 72 lemons with Dadaism. Born from the spirit of negation between both world wars of the 20th century, how can Dadaism be transferred into today? An encounter with political and social questions of today, a search of Utopia and a dispute between body and lemon – but whoever or whatever is going to win the fight “LEMO vs. DADA” is less important: There is nothing to lose!
Concept, Text, Choreography & Performance Akemi Takeya Scenography Hannes Wurm Composition & Sound Sebastian Bauer Sound Lemon Synthesiser Noid Visual Design gratis g. strumpf Costume Lise Lendais Outside Eye Oleg Soulimenko, Yosi Wanunu Recherche & Textual Work Armin Anders, Anna Etteldorf Administration Vladimir & Estragon Project Management das Schaufenster Production IMEKA Cooperation ImPulsTanz – Vienna International Dance Festival, Leopold Museum, WUK – Werkstättenbereich Residence Troubleyn / Jan Fabre – Laboratorium Supported by Wien Kultur, BKA