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    Jeremy Nedd
    SPRING 2013

    For his new work Messmer, US choreographer Jeremy Wade collaborates with the French sound artist Jassem Hindi. The piece presents two hypersensitive bodies engaged in the act of touch. Hindi performs with amplified objects and analogue tape machines in concert to Wade’s nervous celebration with a harlequin pile of trash. Messmer is an erotic conduit, a system that acts as a channel for the transmission of the sensual. (70 min.)

    A SPRING co-production as part of the European network Départs.

    Sat 25 may there is a Q&A after the performance with Jeremy Wade. 22.55h-23.15h at the SSBU, Blauwe Zaal [UK]. Moderator: Ruth Naber



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