Anne-Mareike Hess

Living in a time dominated by globalisation, it is obvious that the economy and society increasingly aspire to create a utopia of “global synchronisation”. With Synchronization in Process, the Luxembourg choreographer, Anne-Mareike Hess takes a critical look at this evolution and takes the audience to a vibrant place, where three dancers devote themselves to “being together in just one time”. Getting close, pacing themselves, merging and giving birth to a thick fabric of intertwined bodies. Anne-Mareike Hess took part in a debate relating to the meaning of her creation on 16th October 2016 (Location: Salle José Ensch, Centre Culturel de Rencontre – Abbaye de Neimenster). The debate was organised by neïmenster and discussed the relationship between the body and the digital world).

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Teaser for “Synchronization in process” by Anne-Mareike Hess from AM Hess on Vimeo.


Concept and choreography : Anne-Mareike Hess
Performance: Sunniva Vikør Egenes, Naama Ityel, Anne-Mareike Hess
Sound design: Marc Lohr
Scenography and costumes: Katrin Fürst
Light design: Brice Durand
Dramaturgy: Thomas Schaupp
Special thanks to: Jérôme Konen
Creation support: TROIS C-L – Centre de Création Chorégraphique Luxembourgeois
Supports: neimënster, FOCUNA – Fonds Culturel National, Fondation Indépendance, Ministère de la Culture Luxembourgeois, Ambassade du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg en Allemagne, Dock 11 Berlin, Tanzfabrik Berlin