Archive

Cohesidrang

(2016)

Kinesphere 1

(2014)

Kinesphere 2

(2014)

Test 1&2

(2014)

OFFLINE körper ONLINE

(2018)

Zest

(2014)

Are you sure,

it was here

(2015)

Two of Many 

(2014)

THAT IS WHAT THEY SHARED WITH US

(2014)

 

Dance Films

"Kinesphere 1'" by Ymer Marinus

excerpt of "Cohesidrang"

Cohesidrang

 

presented at the Amsterdam Academy for Theatre and Dance (NL)

24 + 25 October 2018

Stijn Dijkema (concept, direction)

Sophia de Hoog (camera, edit)

Mark Christoph Klee (concept, dance)

supported by:

"Kinesphere 1'" by Ymer Marinus

Kinesphere 1

presented as part of the exhibition "OFFLINE körper ONLINE" at Bürgergalerie Neumünster (GER)

June - July 2018

In “Kinesphere 1” Marinus hacked the  XBOX kinect camera to track Klee's movement and make his body become only data. When zooming into these white spots in a black space the dancer’s shape disappears in a digital landscape.

Ymer Marinus (concept, camera)

Mark Christoph Klee (dance)

"Kinesphere 2'" by Willem Stapel

Kinesphere 2

Test 1&2

presented as part of the exhibition "OFFLINE körper ONLINE" at Bürgergalerie Neumünster (GER)

June - July 2018

In “Kinesphere 2” Klee is not only falling through the space, but seemingly through different spheres as the film is full of glitches; damages in false neon colors that have been consciously produced to distort his body. Stapel uses a variety of techniques in "Test 1&2" to press the moving human body through a digital meat grinder.

Willem Stapel (concept, camera)

Mark Christoph Klee (dance)

all films by Willem Stapel and Ymer Marinus have been supported by:

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Dance & Technology

OFFLINE körper ONLINE

performance-installation at Bürgergalerie Neumünster (GER)

15 June - 07 July 2018

more info here

Zest

performance-installation at Amsterdam Roest (NL)

18 July 2014

"Zest" is an interactive installation with electronic music and visual art that works with motion tracking technology in order to allow the performer to trigger sounds and visuals. The entire performance is therefore controlled by the dancers and their movements.

Malika Ali (dance)

Mark Christoph Klee (dance)

Willem Stapel (visuals)

Ymer Marinus (visuals & sounds)

Boris Acket (visuals)

Adam Osman (advice)

supported by:

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Repetitive Scores

score/research by Mark Christoph Klee

part of an evening called "Are you sure, it was here"

Are you sure, it was here

is partially a minimalist score for a big group of dancers performed at Frascati Theatre Amsterdam (NL)

26 - 28 March 2015

Mark Christoph Klee (concept, dance)

students of MTD 3 (dance)

supported by:

Trailer of "THAT IS WHAT THEY SHARED WITH US"

research "THAT IS WHAT THEY SHARED WITH US"

THAT IS WHAT THEY SHARED WITH US &

Two of Many

Both works are duets in collaboration with Coralie Merle. Both pieces depict personal stories of strangers and put them in scores of repetitive and structured movements.

 

"TIWTSWU" was programmed at the WhyNot Festival in Amsterdam '14 (NL)

"Two of Many" was programmed at the Kiel Week Festival '14 (GER)

Mark Christoph Klee (concept, dance)

Coralie Merle (concept, dance)

supported by:

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