Thiago Granato – The Sound They Make When Noone Listens

In times of an ecological, political and personal crisis, Brazilian choreographer Thiago Granato explores the act of listening. Three performers delve into conscious listening mechanisms as a way to perceive movements and non-movements, and unravel underlying structures of power and control. In a disorientating spectrum where sound and image sources intermingle, they amplify their sonic and visual sensitivity in order to extend the limits of their own bodies and
the journeys by which they figure themselves together in the world.

Concept, Artistic Direction and Choreography: Thiago Granato
Direction Assistance and Co-creation: Sandro Amaral
By and with: Arantxa Martinez, Roger Sala Reyner and Thiago Granato
Lighting Design: Claes Schwennen
Sound Design: David Kiers
Sound Design Assistance: Andrea Parolin
Dramaturgical Advice: Lisa Stertz
Production Management: Sandro Amaral
Administration: René Dombrowski
Photo: Rafael Medina

Supported by: TanzFabrik Berlin and Teatro Municipal do Porto/ DDD – Festival Dias da Dança.

Co-production: Tanz im August / HAU – Hebbel am Ufer Berlin and Le dancing CDCN Dijon Bourgogne Franche-Comté.

Funded by: The Senate Department for Culture and Europe of Berlin.