Residency at Kinitiras
Eva Borrmann / PLAN MEE
Eva Borrmann / PLAN MEE will be at Kinitiras as a resident artist from the April 29th until May 6th 2019. During her residency, Eva, along with the dramaturgists Lisa Hrubesch and Julia Opitz, will start her practical research on “The Building”.
In its research PLAN MEE seeks the confrontation between body, architecture and memory. “The Building” is planned as the second production in the performance series “politics on the ground” and examines the act of “building” as a community-building activity. The collective construction and building of architecture is the starting point and inspiration for a dancing debate.
PLAN MEE plays with imaginary architecture. The weight, condition and dimensions of our construct are determined in advance. Construction plans are conceived. Construction methods are discussed. Also they are looking for a link to other art forms such as film, text and photography, which make the process of “building” appear and enrich our dance exchange.
On Monday 6/5 at 21.00, Eva Borrmann / PLAN MEE invites us to an open rehearsal at Kinitiras. She will present results from her residency process to THE BUILDING, which she shared and presented with other artists and dancers from Athens and abroad.
Eva Borrmann is a freelance choreographer and dancer based in Nuremberg. After her education in classical and contemporary dance she worked as a dancer at the Staatstheater Nürnberg with Johann Kresnik, Joshua Monten and Laura Scozzi. In the independent scene she has worked with Transitheart Productions in Linz and Paris, with Katja Erdmann Rajski at the Theaterhaus Stuttgart and for deufert&plischke at K3/Kampnagel for the 10th anniversary. Eva is the director of the company PLAN MEE, which deals with the culturally formed body. The company has been invited to festivals in Linz, Cologne and Munich. Parallel to her leading activity she studied “Dance and Performing Arts” and “Arts Education” at the Institut für Theaterwissenschaft Bern. Since 2018 she has been teaching at the Academy of Fine Arts in Nuremberg.