Japanese scientists have discovered that people, who spend a lot of time in nature, have better immune systems, suffer less from stress and are less likely to be diagnosed with cancer. This has set off a trend (at least in Asia): forest bathing – walking through woodlands, while perceiving nature with all your senses. This fascinates Canan Erek. Her choreography Green Move visited various spa gardens, which have always been places of healing. The dance performance roamed within the different parks and took the audience with it on a stroll. Erek’s piece was the second Ensemble Mobil, initiated by the Tanzplattform Rhein-Main.
Concept/Choreography: Canan Erek
Artistic assitance: Alessandra Defazio
Production management: Larissa Koch, Linda Pilar Brodhag
Dancers: Kihako Narisawa, Robin Rohrmann, Francesca Imoda, Keith Chin, Seraphine Detscher, Julia Kathriner, Alessandra Defazio
Photo: Jörg Baumann
The Tanzplattform Rhein-Main is a project by Künstlerhaus Mousonturm and Hessisches Staatsballett, enabled by Kulturfonds Frankfurt RheinMain and funded by the Department for Cultural Affairs of the City of Frankfurt am Main, Hessian Ministry for Science and the Arts and the alliance of foundations [Aventis Foundation, BHF BANK Stiftung, Crespo Foundation, Dr. Marschner-Stiftung, Stiftung Polytechnische Gesellschaft Frankfurt am Main].