a musical dance performance with moving images by rubarb dance & art

REQUIEM |  MANGONGKAL HOLI by rubarb dance & art, Berlin Dock 11
Photo by Carlos Collado
Film Screening:
Sunday 07. August at 6pm
Rumah Budaya Indonesia - Haus der Indonesischen Kulturen
Theodor-Francke-Straße 11
12099 Berlin
Free Admission

Requiem | Mangongkal Holi 
11.-14.08.2022 at 7pm 
DOCK 11 | DOCK ART Theater
Kastanienallee 7910435 Berlin

It is the confrontation with the two natural forces of our existence, birth and death, which is placed in the center of this musical dance performance. Based on the collision of two very personal events, the death of his father and the birth of his daughter, dancer and choreographer Ruben Reniers focuses in his current artistic work on phenomena related to death.

As a native Indonesian who grew up in the Netherlands, he is interested in Indonesian as well as European funeral rituals and farewell ceremonies – and how the different concepts of connecting the living and the dead are manifested in the dances, movements, touches and voices of those who mourn. Together with an international team of dancers, musicians and a drawing artist, he embarks on a quest to artistically bring together the different approaches of these cultures and of each one of us.

Artistic Direction and Choreography: Ruben Reniers
Dance and Performance: Rebecca Jefferson, Annapaola Leso, Melli Müller, Sean Roel Nederlof, Ruben Reniers
Composition and Live Music: Konstantin Heuer, Bilawa Respati, Biliana Voutschkova
Stage, Puppet Theater and Live Drawing: Barbara Steinitz
Costume: Carola Volles, Juliane Längin
Light Design: Emese Csornai
Graphic Design: Studio Workshop | Saira Hussain
Artistic Collaboration: Melli Müller
Artistic Advise: Inang Lena Simanjuntak
Video: Marco Baass
Photo: Carlos Collado

 Supported by Fonds Darstellende Künste with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media, as part of Neustart Kultur, #TakeAction Förderprogramm Tanz

Cooperation partner: Rumah Budaya Indonesia | Haus der Indonesischen Kulturen Berlin, Schloss Bröllin, DOCK 11