Published 22.12.2018, Abendzeitung München, Author Vesna Mlakar
Shortly before Christmas, let’s sharpen our focus on people’s weak sides. The content-driven Munich choreographer Anna Konjetzky is successful and convincing with her world premiere “The Very Moment” in Kammer 3 of the Münchner Kammerspiele. (…)
The efficacy and fragility of physical functions are questioned in a clever, vivid and remarkably complex way. And this makes the evening – in which dance is not the point, but rather research for perception – worthwhile. It’s logical that Konjetzky abandons all form at the end. Her crew loses concentration and stance, and finally flounders about on mats, self-immersed. It is a calculated collapse of exterior structure and externally determined expectations. Good.
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